Hilton Head Fishing Adventures

Enjoy a day of light tackle fishing on the waters of Hilton Head, South Carolina with local fishing guide Captain Charlie Beadon.

Let’s head out for a saltwater fishing adventure into the backwaters around Hilton Head Island. I specialize in light tackle fishing so whether you are a seasoned angler or just getting started I have plenty of options to meet your needs. Within the inshore back waters you will have the opportunity to fish the calm shallows using lures, flies and live bait tactics for species such as redfish, speckled sea trout and flounder. Depending on the conditions we may also venture into the deeper waters of the Port Royal Sound or nearshore wrecks to fish for species such as tarpon, bull redfish, cobia, shark, king mackerel and various bottom fish such as grouper, snapper and sea bass.

Depending on the type of fishing charter that you choose  and the species that we are fishing for we would fish out of either my flats or bay boat. For fishing the inshore shallows we would take my 16 foot dolphin flats boat. This boat is fully rigged for sight fishing the shallow backwaters around Hilton Head particularly using light spinning and fly fishing gear. If you are looking to head into the Port Royal Sound or off to the nearshore wrecks for some trolling or live bait action we would take my 20 foot Albury Skiff. This boat is built to do one thing: Catch Fish! Moreover, her hull design offers you a comfortable ride even in choppy water. So let’s get out and do some fishing!

As a full time fishing guide, with 15 years of professional fishing experience, I hold a U.S. Coast Guard captains license. I Run a safe charter boat and offer a positive environment that makes fishing fun for a family outing and the seasoned angler. I believe in offering a fun and unique experience on each and every trip and I can assure you that I will always work hard to put you on fish and show you a good time.

Hilton Head Fishing Advetures

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