Thursday, March 21, 2019

 Capt. Rawling Pratt-Thomas (843) 834 1061

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Charleston Charter Fishing - year round

charter fishing charlestonWe offer year round charter fishing in the Charleston area. Inshore fishing can be an exciting and rewarding experience. Our ecosystem provides us with the opportunity to fish for many different species. Make a fishing charter part of your weekend plan or vacation in Charleston.

Whether you are poling the flats in less than a foot of water, fishing the bays and creeks, anchored up fishing a submerged deep water structure, or fishing the rocks of the Charleston Jetties, Charleston Saltwater Fishing can offer you a rewarding and fun experience. Whether you are an expert angler or novice fisherman, we can show you to some great fishing. Call today to reserve your fishing charters!

Which species?

You may see a lot of different species during your fishing charters in Charleston waters. Depending on the season, various fishing methods may be used. Among the fish that may be around are Red Drum, Speckled Trout...

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Your fishing guide

Captain H. Rawling Pratt-Thomas is a native Charlestonian who has been fishing these waters all his life. He is a passionate outdoor enthusiast and is very knowledgeable of South Carolina’s ecosystem and estuarine rivers. He is USCG certified, and has many years of experience in being a fishing guide for local fishing charters.

From the Fishing Report

What to expect in March!

As the weather gradually gets warmer the Redfish schools will gets more scattered out and the fish will be getting out of their tight Winter Schools! ...

Tarpon, Tailing Tides, and Redfish!

The Tarpon have just started being caught!!! Book me for a trip and enjoy battling all different types of sharks and hopefully the, Silver King himsel...

Awesome Cobia!

May 11th my buddy Captain Ryan Bell and I went 20 miles out to a submerged ship in about 40 ft of water! The Spadefish, whose favorite food are jelly...