DEEP SEA FISHING​

Deep sea fishing requires a trip into the Atlantic ocean for their deep waters. Water depth should be at least 30 meters deep to be considered deep sea fishing. It is easy to become sea sick when traveling by boat so be prepared and bring medicine. This type of fishing is normally referred to as sport, offshore, or game fishing.

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Iridium PTT kit:

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Iridium 9555 Kit:

The Iridium 9555 is the ultimate go-to satellite phone for all campers. If you are looking for a satellite phone for your basic talk and text needs.

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  • 2 Fully Charged Batteries
  • 12V Charger
  • Magnetic Antenna Mount
  • Wall Charger
  • International Adapters
  • Quick Cheat Sheet Guide

DEEP SEA CHECKLIST​

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  • Fishing license. Anyone 16 years and over must have one. (Can be purchased online here. You can also purchase at the landing the day of. (cash only).
  • Cash to pay for items on the boat such as fish cleaning, galley purchases, gratuities, etc.
  • Gunny sack. (These can also be purchased on most boats.)
  • Sunblock (30+ SPF) Thoroughly cover your face, neck and ears; and any other exposed skin.
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Safety goggles/protective eyewear
  • Hand towel or chamois
  • Camera: to capture that trophy fish photo
  •  Seasickness can occur, even in calm weather conditions. If you do not know if you are susceptible to motion sickness, please arrange to bring appropriate medication. There are numerous over-the-counter remedies or you may wish to consult your pharmacist or doctor. Generally, the boats are unable to return to the dock to drop off passengers who are seasick, so advance preparation is the key.
  • Ice Chest to leave in your vehicle to transport fish home.

On every trip full day or half day, we usually catch a good number of nice fish. We don’t get skunked very often, but it does happen… that is why it is called fishing and not catching. Our captains usually fish every day (weather permitting), so we have a good idea at where the best possible place to catch fish is. Since we our full-time captains, we are always talking to each other about where the best fishing is that day. When you contact us about a fishing trip, we will honestly tell you what the fishing has been like and what you can expect to catch. Please feel free to go thru our past daily catch reports on our reports page and see what we have caught over the past couple of years. We post our daily catch whether it was good or bad. We are very proud of how good we are at finding and catching fish. We feel that we provide our customers with the best possible chance at a great fishing trip.

When planning your deep-sea fishing trip, you’ll need to ask yourself some questions to determine the best time of year to take a deep-sea fishing trip in Charleston- What kinds of fish are you hoping to land, and what type of fishing do you prefer- trolling or bottom-fishing?

The price of a private charter fishing boat averages between $165 and $240 per hour, for up to 6 people. If there are more than 6 people in your group it will cost an additional 10% for each person over 6.

Take a look at this guide to see what is currently in season.

On every trip full day or half day, we usually catch a good number of nice fish. We don’t get skunked very often, but it does happen… that is why it is called fishing and not catching. Our captains usually fish every day (weather permitting), so we have a good idea at where the best possible place to catch fish is. Since we our full-time captains, we are always talking to each other about where the best fishing is that day. When you contact us about a fishing trip, we will honestly tell you what the fishing has been like and what you can expect to catch. 

We suggest that customers bring drinks, lunch, snacks, sunscreen, hats, beach and hand towels, sunglasses and zip lock bags if you want to take fillets back with you.

On every trip full day or half day, we usually catch a good number of nice fish. We don’t get skunked very often, but it does happen… that is why it is called fishing and not catching. Our captains usually fish every day (weather permitting), so we have a good idea at where the best possible place to catch fish is. Since we our full-time captains, we are always talking to each other about where the best fishing is that day. When you contact us about a fishing trip, we will honestly tell you what the fishing has been like and what you can expect to catch. Please feel free to go thru our past daily catch reports on our reports page and see what we have caught over the past couple of years. We post our daily catch whether it was good or bad. We are very proud of how good we are at finding and catching fish. We feel that we provide our customers with the best possible chance at a great fishing trip.

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