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Fishing Charters in Charleston, SC


Our fishing charters

Our goal at Exclusive Fishing Charters is to satisfy our customers with an amazing day of fishing at an affordable rate. Exclusive fishing charters would like to offer customers of every skill level and age an opportunity to have a wonderful day on the water. All of our fishing charters cater to the individuals skill level.

We would like to make our passion your fishing pleasure. Clients will have the opportunity to learn local tried and true fishing methods, and a few techniques of the pros.

We provide our customers all of the tools necessary to land that catch of a lifetime. At Exclusive Fishing Charters we can guarantee that we will put you in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing and using the right bait. When it comes to fishing we enjoy teaching customers proper techniques to "hook up", fight the fish, and land it.


South Carolina's saltwater fishing regulations.

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Our fishing experience

Exclusive Fishing Charters specializes in catching year round inshore and nearshore species like Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Sheepshead, Flounder and Black Sea Bass. We also go after seasonal species like, Bull Redfish, Spanish Mackerel , King Mackerel, Bluefish, Ladyfish, Jack Crevalle, and Tarpon. We catch many species of gamefish! While fishing we adhere to all South Carolina and federal fishing catch limits for saltwater fish.

Many of these inshore species are great fighting and delicious table fare! These species are great grilled, baked,or fried. There's absolutely no other way to ensure a fresher catch.

All fish are cleaned at no additional charge. If you just feel like catching and eating there are a few restaurants around town that are happy to cook your cleaned catch.


The importance of Circle Hooks

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Shark Fishing

When it comes to shark fishing, Charleston is great for a quick toothy fishing excursion. Shark fishing is a wonderful way to spend a couple productive hours on the water. These creatures usually show up late spring to late fall. It is a reminder that bait is in the creeks.

Some inshore shark species include bonnet head sharks, Atlantic sharpnose, sandbar sharks, lemon sharks, black tip sharks, bull sharks, and many other bigger species. It is very often while shark fishing that customers encounter hard fighting drag pulling stingrays. Circle hooks are used during shark fishing to ensure a positive hookup while ensuring a healthy catch and release.

It's all about you!

We know how much you've been looking forward to a great day on the water, and our guide service would like to make you feel right at home. So feel free to bring along anything that would enhance your fishing experience. Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather. This fishing trip is all about you!