Kiawah Island, SC Charter Fishing, and Tours

kiawah island fishing spots

Kiawah Island is a scenic and lush island that is surrounded by the Stono River, Kiawah River, North Edisto River, and the Atlantic Ocean. Kiawah Island is home to the Kiawah Island Resort, which is full of beautiful accommodations, amenities, and lush natural landscapes. Kiawah is also home to some of the best golf courses in the nation, such as the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island which was home to the 2012 PGA Championship. Kiawah Island, SC offers a beautiful backdrop for World Class Fishing and Sightseeing Tours that will not disappoint.

Kiawah Island, SC Inshore Charter Fishing

We will primarily fish the lush marsh estuaries of the waters surrounding Kiawah Island such as the Kiawah River, Stono River, and the North Edisto River. We will be targeting species such as Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Flounder, Sheepshead, Black Drum, SHARKS, Cobia(seasonal), Tarpon(seasonal), and many more. The techniques we will be using are sight fishing, the structure such as docks and oyster mounds, and fishing the tidal creeks and flats in the marsh estuaries. Both artificial and live bait can be used.

Kiawah Island, SC Nearshore Charter Fishing

Fishing nearshore out of Kiawah Island will send us out of the inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean.

We will typically be fishing artificial reefs ranging anywhere from 2-10 miles out. We will be targeting nearshore species such as Black Seabass, SHARKS, Spanish Mackerel(seasonal), Spadefish(seasonal), Cobia(seasonal), Tarpon(seasonal), and many more. The techniques we will be using are bottom fishing around artificial reefs, free lining live baits, and sight fishing on the top of the water column. Both live and artificial bait can be used.

Kiawah Island Sightseeing, Dolphin, Shell/Shark Teeth Collecting Tours:

There is no better way to see beautiful Kiawah Island, SC than by boat. Step on board for an unforgettable experience and see Kiawah Island, SC from the water. See historic and beautiful Botany Bay, Seabrook Island, the historic town of Rockville, and the beautiful and lush marsh estuaries surrounding the island teaming with wildlife. Bring your camera and capture up close pictures from the water!

For the dolphin lovers, there are many dolphins that call the waters surrounding Kiawah Island home. Get an up close experience of these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat as we cruise the waters around Kiawah Island. Don’t forget your camera!

If combing the beach is your thing, then look no further. We will head to Botany Bay, where you can comb the beach and you can find numerous beautiful shells and shark teeth. Botany Bay is a barrier island that sits at the mouth of the Atlantic Ocean. Botany Bay offers great beach combing opportunities as well as spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, the North Edisto River, Deveaux Bank, Edisto Island, Kiawah Island, and Seabrook Island.


Our meeting place for departure will be Bohicket Marina, which is conveniently located between Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island. 1880 Andell Bluff Boulevard John’s Island, SC 29455