A very popular trip for those who are not interested in fishing, but have a deep love for the coastal LowCountry. This trip meanders on close to 20 miles of riverfront on Bohicket Creek. Beautiful birds, such as eagles, ospreys, pelicans and all coastal birds can be seen. Spring and summer are nesting times and one of the largest rookeries (Deveaux Bank) on the east coast is located right off Seabrook Island. Dolphins are always a treat and their frolic playing can be found 100% of the time. Also on this trip, take a step back in time as you will cruise slowly past historic Rockville where Ante-bellum homes with their moss draped oak trees line the banks of the river. If the shrimp fleet is in, you can stop by one of the shrimp docks and buy fresh shrimp straight off the boat. Don’t forget to bring your camera.
The trip is for the party that wants a taste of fishing and to explore the area. Trout, Reds and Flounder as well as sharks and tarpon are commonly caught. Guest get to see historic Rockville, the shrimp docks as well as catch some fish.
Our most popular trip for the fisherman. We will have livewells full of bait and go to a “secret spot.” This is the same as our 3 hour trip but it makes for an extra hour for more fishing fun. The extra hour also gives us some time to find more fish and it gives you more time to learn about the area.