Stay in touch with us through Instagram for boat show and fishing seminar information during the winter months.
A relatively warm winter has gotten the inshore bite off to a good start. For the first time in years a good number of redfish are calling our backwaters their home. The speckled trout bite has remained fenominal all year and continues to produce good numbers of quality fish with quite a few 8-10 lb Gator trout. The flounder should show up mid to late April.
Offshore fishing will also pick up as the water temps begin to rise. Winter species like black sea bass will make room for other species of bottom dwellers like grouper. The pelagic species such as king mackerel, barracudas, and cobia will arrive around the first of May.
Lots of BIG things going on at Low Country Fishing Charters.
We will be offering several different specialty trips in addition to our standard menu of trips.
- Top water amberjacks where you can watch 30lb amberjacks attack artificial top water plugs right beside the boat.
- Live bait kite fishing, where we will be dangling live bait just on top of the water from a kite which equals airborn strikes from king mackerel, barracudas and many other species.
- Offshore fly fishing, gives anglers the opportunity to say they caught a 30-50lb fish on a fly
We are working on additional specialty trips and we are open to suggestions. If you have a dream of how you would like to catch a fish, let us provide you the opportunity to make it happen.
We have enhanced our fleet of boats for the 2017 season. We now have a larger 31ft center console style boat and an Albemarle Express Fisherman for offshore charters. Inshore we have added a 23ft bay boat as well. We continue to improve and expand our offerings to provide you with more options and availabilty to fish with the best captains on the Grand Strand.
Book you charter today, call 843-222-7433.