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Big Marsh Guide and Charter Services

                                                                          

                                                          

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Light tackle pursuits of trout, redfish, flounder, sheepshead, tarpon, sharks, and more.

Sightfishing reds in the shallows.

Nearshore fishing our coastal wrecks for cobia, mackeral, flounder, sheepshead, bluefish, and spadefish.

Species may be dependent on season and tide.

Fishing Charter Rates:

$500 for half day trip (@5 hrs.)

$800 for full day trip (@8 hrs.)

add $50 for 4th person

 

 

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Designed to help boat owners become comfortable and understand limitations of their boats and equipment in our waters. Sorry, but fishing spots aren't for sale, however, will be happy to discuss some basic tackle and techniques!

You don't have to know where all of the sand bars are, you just need to know where they aren't!

                                                                                                    Orientation Service Rates: (2 hr. minimum)

                                                                                                     $100/ hr   

                                                                                                   

    

                                                 

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 Our estuaries are surrounded by thousands of acres of  wildlife sanctuaries, historic rice plantations, and secluded beaches including Hobcaw Barony and the Tom Yawkey Center on South Island.  On Tom Yawkey's North Island, the barrier island separating Winyah Bay from the Atlantic, there stands the Georgetown Light (1811). The salt marshes are bound by palm trees and spanish moss covered live oaks, not development. Coexisting in this diverse ecosystem are alligators, whitetail deer, wild hogs, bald eagles, ospreys, bottlenose dolphin, eastern brown pelicans, and countless species of shorebirds. Warm days in early Spring is a great time to view large numbers of alligators.

We also offer tours up the canals of DeBordieu Colony to view the beautiful estates that over look the salt marshes of pristine North Inlet.

                            Sightseeing Trips: (2 hr. minimum)

                                                $100/ hr