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Half Day Charleston Adventure

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23 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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30 ft 1 - 6 People $
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Insane Inshore Trips

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26 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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23 ft 1 - 6 People $$
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Seasonal Inshore Action

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22 ft 1 - 6 People $
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trip description for Half Day on Light Tackle in Mount Pleasant

On this trip, you'll fish the Charleston Harbor and the surrounding estuaries for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, and Flounder. This rich inshore fishery is one of the best in South Carolina, and is perfect for a half day trip! Whether you're an experienced angler or just looking to try something new on your vacation, you'll have a great time on the water with Captain Christoper! His trips are extremely reliable, and you can be confident that he'll put you right on the fish and help you land a bunch! You'll be fishing on spinning gear with live bait, but if you want to try your hand at lure-fishing, just let Christopher know and he'll get you set up. Captai Christopher runs his trips aboard his 23' SeaPro bay boat. She's equipped with a 200-HP Suzuki engine to get you out there quickly, and features a ton of amenities including a PowerPole for manuvering in shallow water, a live well for bait, a wireless trolling motor, and a full suite of Simrad electronics. Get out there and get ready for a fantastic fishing experience! Read More

Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Half Day On Light Tackle

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23 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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trip description for Inshore Fishing with Kaleb in Mount Pleasant

Head out with Captain Kaleb for an epic day of inshore fishing as you explore the Wando River and the surrounding saltwater rivers. Aboard Captain Kaleb's 22' Ranger you can expect to use a variety of live baits and a combination of different fishing techniques like using bottom rigs, popping corks, and a few other tricks Captain Kaleb can't disclose on the interwebs (He doesn't want to give away all his secrets!) Whether you choose a 4 hour, 6 hour, or full-day 8 hour trip, you can expect to target Redfish, Flounder, Blackdrum, and Trout as you explore the beautiful tidal marshes and backwater rivers. Longer trips give you exponentially better odds at catching both more and bigger fish. Captain Kaleb will provide all you need for a great day of fishing the tidal creeks and bay area of the Charleston waterways including all the tackle, bait, coolers, ice, water, fishing licenses, and safety equipment. Everything you could possibly need for a safe, enjoyable, and successful adventure. He will also clean and bag you catch for you at the end of the day. All he recommends you bring is your weather-appropriate clothing, sunscreen, non-marking shoes, snacks, personal beverages (Alcohol is allowed but no glass please). Read More

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Inshore Fishing With Kaleb

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22 ft 1 - 4 People $$
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trip description for Inshore Saltwater in Mount Pleasant

Head out with Captain David to explore the complex web of small creeks and expansive marsh flats that line South Carolina's dynamic coast. This tidal ecosystem provides some of the best saltwater inshore fishing in the country. Often sheltered from the wind and waves these low country tidal waters are often characterized by crystal clear water and piles of happy fish. Captain David specializes in running light tackle and fly fishing charters for redfish, speckled trout and flounder. Whether you're an experienced angler or a beginner, USCG licensed Captain David customizes each inshore fishing charter to his client's level of experience, and of course, kids are always welcome. The South Carolina coast consists of a network of bays, rivers, creeks, marshes and flats creating a. His charters are convenient to Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms and Sullivans Island. Customers will fish out of Captain David's 17' Mitzi Skiff which is specifically designed to be able to chase inshore sportfish up into shallow water creeks and on the flooded marsh flats. Penn Conflict reels and Shimano rods are provided for spinning gear while Ross reels and G-Loomis rods are provided for fly fishing charters. Depending on the season and customer preference, Redfish, Speckled Trout and Flounder can be caught by utilizing an array of tactics including live bait and artificial lures. Whether you're wanting to cast a fly for a tailing red or a just looking to relax and catch fish, David will customize your trip to ensure your fishing experience in Charleston will be a memorable one. Read More

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Inshore Saltwater

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17 ft 1 - 2 People $
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trip description for Inshore light fishing trip in Mount Pleasant

Discover the Beauty of Carolina Inshore Fishing! Prepare to explore the pristine waters of the Carolina coast on an unforgettable inshore fishing adventure. Our experienced guides are ready to take you on a journey that caters to all skill levels, offering a range of fishing styles and an array of exciting catches. Multiple Fishing Styles Choose your preferred fishing style and let the adventure begin! Whether you enjoy the technique of bottom fishing, the excitement of light tackle fishing, or the finesse of live bait fishing, our knowledgeable guides will lead you to the best spots where these remarkable fish await. A Variety of Inshore Species Be prepared to be amazed by the diversity of fish you can encounter on this Carolina inshore expedition. From the graceful Flounder to the feisty Redfish, the cunning Sheepshead, and the beautiful Speckled Trout, there's something here for every angler. Don't forget about the delectable Whiting, known for their exquisite flavor. Experienced Guides Our guides aren't just skilled anglers; they're passionate about sharing their love for the Carolina coast with you. They possess an intimate knowledge of these waters and are committed to ensuring you have a memorable and successful fishing experience. Immerse Yourself in Coastal Beauty As you cast your line and make your catch, take in the natural splendor of the Carolina inshore. Watch the coastal landscape unfold before your eyes and appreciate the serene beauty of this unique ecosystem. With top-quality equipment and local expertise at your disposal, you're in for an incredible day on the water. Book Your Inshore Adventure Today! Whether you're a seasoned angler seeking a challenge or a novice looking for a relaxing day on the water, our Carolina inshore adventure is the perfect choice. Join us for a day filled with fishing, fun, and unforgettable memories. Reserve your spot now and get ready to create lasting memories on a Carolina inshore fishing trip like no other! Read More

Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Inshore Light Fishing Trip

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23 ft 1 - 5 People $
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trip description for Shark & Bull Drum Fishing in Mount Pleasant

On this trip, you'll mix it up and target Sharks and Redfish—both super fun species for anglers of all levels! These species can be caught fairly close to shore, so you can get a lot of "bang for your buck" on a six-hour trip. With years of experience navigating these waters, Captain Bob knows all the best spots to find the fish, so whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, he'll make sure you have a blast and come away with a great catch. On the morning of your trip, you'll load up aboard Captain Bob's luxurious 30' Grady White center console and head out to the fishing grounds. Captain Bob will make sure you're hooked up with the right bait and tackle, and then you'll wait for the action to kick off! Both "Bull Reds" and Sharks are powerful fish, and when one of them grabs the hook, you'll be on for the ride! With Captain Bob's expertise, you'll reel in a bunch of trophy fish and even some trophies. The fish are biting—get out there and bag some! *Fuel is not included* Guest will be charge for fuel used at the end of the charter. Contact the captain for current marina pricing. Read More

Nearshore Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

Shark & Bull Drum Fishing

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30 ft 1 - 6 People $$$
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trip description for Captain Justin's Inshore Special in Mount Pleasant

Captain Justin offers multiple different inshore fishing packages to fit your needs! Whether it's using light tackle in the back creeks targeting the many different species of fish or going after a trophy bull redfish, various species of sharks, or even stingrays in the harbor! Step aboard this beautiful Sportsman 214 Tournament Bay boat. She comes fully equipped with the latest top-of-the-line equipment, such as a 12" Simrad EVO3 depth finder, Minn Kota Terrova trolling motor with spot lock and Power Pole shallow water anchor, allowing the opportunity to get to the fish in even the trickiest of areas! Other features include a premium sound system with Bluetooth, 3 live wells, and plenty of storage. Powered by the strong and ever-dependable Yamaha VMAX 150 you are sure to get to the fish fast and back to port safe! Captain Justin will provide all the rods, reels, tackle, licenses, tackle, bait, an ice cooler, and bottled water. Feel free to bring your own equipment if you'd like, your favorite food and drinks, and don’t forget sunscreen, a hat, and some sunglasses! Read More

Flats, Inshore, River Fishing Charter in Mount Pleasant

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Everything to Know About Booking a Mount Pleasant redfish fishing charter

What are the best redfish fishing charters in Mount Pleasant?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 36 redfish trips in Mount Pleasant, and the most popular trips in the area are Half Day Charleston Adventure guided by Adrian, Sharks/Redfish in Charleston Harbor guided by Matt, and Insane Inshore Trips guided by Brad.

Our guides in Mount Pleasant are rated a 4.95 out of 5 based on 2529 verified reviews on Captain Experiences.

All guides on Captain Experiences are licensed, insured, and vetted by our team. You can access their reviews, click through trip photos, read bios to get to know them, and preview trip details like species, techniques, group sizes, boat specs and more.

Other popular cities nearby for booking a Redfish charter include Charleston, Folly Beach and Johns Island.

Looking for kid friendly redfish guides / fishing lessons in Mount Pleasant? Check out our beginner and family friendly redfish guides in Mount Pleasant.

What types of redfish fishing charters are common in Mount Pleasant?

Deep Sea fishing is the most popular for redfish in Mount Pleasant as well as river fishing, inshore fishing, and flats fishing.

The most common fishing techniques in Mount Pleasant are light tackle fishing, live bait fishing, and artificial lure fishing but bottom fishing and sight casting are popular as well.

How much do Mount Pleasant redfish fishing charters cost?

for redfish in Mount Pleasant prices can range anywhere from an affordable $300 to $2,200, but the average price for a half day trip for redfish in Mount Pleasant is $592. The average price for a full day trip for redfish in Mount Pleasant is $917.

What month is best for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant?

The most popular season for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant is summer, and most anglers book their trips 4 days in advance.

Do I need a Mount Pleasant fishing license for redfish and what are the bag limits for redfish in Mount Pleasant?

If you’re thinking about a saltwater trip, you’re in luck! Our saltwater fishing tours in Mount Pleasant don’t require you to purchase a fishing license – your group is covered by your boat’s captain. For freshwater trips, you’ll still need to purchase a license. See here for more information on fishing licenses, bag limits, and fishing season regulations in Mount Pleasant. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations.

What is redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant all about?

Redfish, also known as red drum, are a highly prized species among anglers in Mount Pleasant. These hard-fighting fish are known for their distinctive coppery-red coloration and powerful runs, making them a favorite target for both recreational and sport fishermen. Redfish can be found in a variety of habitats, including marshes, estuaries, flats, and around structure such as docks and oyster beds, making them accessible to anglers of all skill levels.

In Mount Pleasant, anglers employ a variety of techniques to target redfish throughout the year. One popular method is sight fishing in shallow water, where anglers use polarized sunglasses to spot cruising redfish along the flats or in the shallows. Once sighted, anglers cast artificial lures such as soft plastic baits, spoons, or topwater plugs to entice strikes from these wary fish. This method requires stealth and patience but can result in exciting and rewarding encounters with redfish.

Additionally, anglers in Mount Pleasant target redfish using live and cut bait techniques. Anglers often use live bait such as shrimp, mullet, or mud minnows rigged on a Carolina rig or a popping cork to target redfish in deeper water or around structure. Cut bait, such as mullet or menhaden, can also be effective when bottom fishing in areas where redfish are known to congregate. Whether sight fishing in shallow water or targeting them in deeper areas, redfish provide anglers in Mount Pleasant with thrilling battles and memorable fishing experiences.

What are the most popular months to fish for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant?

In Mount Pleasant, the seasons for redfish can vary slightly throughout the year, but anglers typically find productive opportunities to target these sought-after fish year-round. Spring and early summer are often considered prime seasons for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant. During this time, as water temperatures rise and baitfish become more abundant, redfish become more active and aggressive in their feeding behavior. Anglers can capitalize on this by targeting redfish in shallow waters such as flats, marshes, and estuaries, where these fish congregate to feed on shrimp, crabs, and small baitfish.

Late summer and early fall also present favorable conditions for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant. As the summer heats up, redfish continue to feed actively, particularly in areas with ample structure such as docks, oyster beds, and mangrove shorelines. Anglers targeting redfish during these seasons often find success using a variety of techniques, including sight fishing, casting artificial lures, or using live and cut bait. These months provide anglers with ample opportunities to hook into trophy-sized redfish and enjoy thrilling battles on the water.

While spring, summer, and fall are considered peak seasons for redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant, these fish can be caught year-round with the right techniques and local knowledge. Winter months may require anglers to adjust their tactics and target redfish in deeper waters or around areas with warmer water temperatures, such as deep holes, channels, or thermal refuges. Understanding the seasonal movements and behaviors of redfish is key to planning successful fishing trips and maximizing the chances of hooking into these prized sportfish. With its rich biodiversity and abundance of fishing opportunities, Mount Pleasant offers anglers an exciting and rewarding experience when targeting redfish along the South Carolina coast.

What techniques are popular for catching redfish in Mount Pleasant?

Redfish fishing in Mount Pleasant employs a variety of effective techniques to entice these prized sportfish. One popular method is sight fishing, particularly in shallow waters such as flats, marshes, and estuaries. Anglers equipped with polarized sunglasses scan the water for cruising or tailing redfish, which are often visible in clear, calm conditions. Once spotted, anglers quietly approach and present artificial lures such as soft plastic baits, spoons, or topwater plugs to mimic natural prey. This method requires stealth, patience, and precise casting, but it can result in thrilling strikes and memorable battles with redfish.

Another productive technique for targeting redfish in Mount Pleasant is using live and cut bait. Anglers often use live bait such as shrimp, mullet, or mud minnows rigged on a Carolina rig or a popping cork to target redfish in deeper water or around structure such as docks and oyster beds. Cut bait, such as mullet or menhaden, can also be effective when bottom fishing in areas where redfish are known to congregate. This approach appeals to the redfish's keen sense of smell and can produce consistent bites throughout the day, making it a popular choice among anglers.

Additionally, anglers in Mount Pleasant target redfish using artificial lures designed to mimic the movements and appearance of natural prey. Soft plastic baits, such as paddle tails or jerkbaits, are versatile options that can be rigged weedless or on jigheads to fish effectively in various conditions. Anglers may also opt for spoons, spinnerbaits, or topwater plugs to entice aggressive strikes from redfish, particularly in shallow water or during low-light conditions. Experimenting with different lure colors, sizes, and retrieval speeds can help anglers dial in on what redfish are actively feeding on, increasing their chances of success on the water.

What other species are popular in Mount Pleasant?

Aside from targeting redfish, Mount Pleasant offers anglers a diverse range of other species to pursue, ensuring an exciting and varied fishing experience. One notable species is the spotted seatrout, also known as speckled trout, which inhabits the shallow waters, marshes, and estuaries of the South Carolina coast. Speckled trout are prized for their delicious flesh and aggressive strikes, making them a favorite target among anglers. Anglers often target speckled trout using artificial lures such as soft plastic baits, spoons, or topwater plugs, as well as live bait such as shrimp or mullet. This species can be found year-round in Mount Pleasant, with peak seasons occurring during the cooler months.

Another sought-after species in Mount Pleasant is the flounder, a flatfish that inhabits sandy or muddy bottoms, as well as areas with structure such as docks, bridges, and oyster beds. Flounder are known for their distinctive appearance and delicious taste, making them a popular catch among anglers. Anglers targeting flounder often use live bait such as mud minnows, mullet, or shrimp rigged on a Carolina rig or a jighead, as well as artificial lures such as soft plastic baits or spoons. Flounder can be found year-round in Mount Pleasant, with peak seasons occurring during the spring and fall months.

Furthermore, anglers in Mount Pleasant can target a variety of offshore species, including blackfin tuna, mahi-mahi, wahoo, and king mackerel, among others. Venturing offshore to reefs, wrecks, and artificial structures provides anglers with opportunities to encounter these hard-fighting and delicious species using techniques such as trolling, bottom fishing, and jigging. With its rich biodiversity and abundance of fishing opportunities, Mount Pleasant promises anglers an unforgettable fishing adventure along the South Carolina coast.

Recent Reviews of Captain Experiences

  • ★★★★★
    Great trip with Captain Chris today! All 6 of us caught a couple including 5 nice Reds! Fun day on the water. Spring break 2024!

    Jay J. with Kendra K. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Had a great trip with Captain Brad! Nice boat, friendly guide, and tons of fish! Would highly recommend.

    Spencer W. with Brad B. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Loved it. Kids had fun. Matt is very knowledgeable and nice. Can’t wait to do some deep sea fishing next summer.

    Ben B. with Matt S. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Five stars for sure! Tim was great from start to finish, had everything we needed, put us on the fish and went out of his way to make sure we enjoyed our time catching fish. Would highly recommend, and one of the unusual things about Tim is, he is a Charleston native. Joe

    Joe M. with Tim M. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Adrian was just awesome! He kept us up to date on weather and was flexible with date/time to make sure we went out at the best time. He got there early to make sure we were all set with plenty of bait and extra rods and reels ready to go. He even had an extra hat and sunglasses for our 16 yo who forgot his. He knew the best fishing spots and locations at each spot. He could cast within inches of his intended target, was very knowledgeable about the fish, and helped us release the sting ray and gar we accidentally caught. Very pleasant, hard working and very experienced! You can’t go wrong with Adrian!

    Cynthia B. with Adrian J. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Bentley and Patrick were awesome. They made the experience memorable, and we plan to make this a tradition. Great boat and great crew!!

    Josnel F. with Bentley J. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    He was very good and tried to get us where the fish were bitting but hot weather was not our friend for this adventure but we did catch some would go with him again hands down

    Michele W. with Christopher C. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Thank you for everything!

    Hong T. with Bob U. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    We had a great time. Captain Adrian was knowledgeable and interactive. One of our best trips.

    John A. with Adrian J. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    We had an incredible day fishing with Captain Adrian! He was awesome lining up the best time of day to fish ahead of time thru great communication. While we didn't expect to catch a bunch since we were early in the season, we caught a BUNCH of fish - completely lost count it was such a good day - all catch and release. Adrian did a great job keeping our lines in the water from baiting hooks to fixing a few snags to getting fish off the hooks. Adrian was awesome! Highly recommend!! What a great day...

    Ben F. with Adrian J. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

  • ★★★★★
    Captain Adrian was awesome!!! We caught a bunch of fish had an incredible time on the water. Highly recommended!!!

    Paul B. with Adrian J. of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

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