What to Expect

Things to know for your trip

The weather along the South Carolina coast is generally warm from May to June and downright hot during July and August. It starts cooling off during September for a nice fall that usually lasts through November before getting really chilly in January.

Even on a hot day the wind can be chilly on the water, so you'll need to dress appropriately. We've provided some weather resources below and more details on what you do and don't need to bring.

What We Provide

  • U.S. Coast Guard Liscenced Captain
  • All required hunting and fishing licenses
  • Our boat with life-jackets and other safety equipment
  • All rods, tackle, and bait
  • A good time!

What You Bring

  • Protection from the sun and wind:
    • Sunscreen or sun block
    • Wide-brimmed Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Cover-up clothing
  • Your favorite drinks and food or snacks
  • Appropriate layered clothing: check the weather beforehand
  • Your sense of adventure!

Please call or email Captain Kevin if you have any questions.

Local Weather


What services do you provide?
We provide chartered boat trips for individuals, friends, and families to explore the South Carolina coast and marshlands for Eco-tours, fishing trips, and hunting trips. We serve beginners and experts alike.

What areas do you serve?
We offer charter trips from as far north as Little River, SC, and down the South Carolina coast to Georgetown, SC. Areas served include Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Murrells Inlet, Litchfield, Pawleys Island, McClellanville, Cape Romain, Bulls Bay, Georgetown, and others.

We also host trips along the Waccamamaw River and other sections of the Intracoastal Waterway. Other rivers include The Pee Dee, Black, Sampit, North Santee, and South Santee.

Other Areas include Hobcaw Barony, South Island, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, and Bull Island.

When do you offer trips?
We're open all year long so that we can provide charters during various fishing and hunting seasons. Contact us to see if we have charters available while you're in town.

How much does it cost?
More info coming soon.

Are your trips safe?
More info coming soon.

Who do you take on your charter tours?
More info coming soon.

What do you provide?
More info coming soon.

Do I need to have a boating, fishing, or hunting license?
More info coming soon.

What don't you provide?
More info coming soon.

What do I need to bring?
More info coming soon.

What species of fish do you target?
We commonly fish red and black drum, sheepshead, flounder, seatrout, and tarpon. See our Fishing Species page for more.

What species do you hunt?
We commonly hunt woodcocks, puddleducks, seaducks, and other waterfowl. Inland, we hunt deer, wild hogs, dove, quail, and others. Check out our Hunting Species page for more.

What if I have another question?
Call or drop us a message. We're glad to help!