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Why Fish South Carolina?

If you’re looking for a southern fishing adventure, Lake Murray in South Carolina is a 50,000-acre plot that boasts both largemouth and striped bass, while Lake Marion (the state’s biggest lake) is the place to go for catfish pretty much any time of year. And let’s not forget the salt-water fishing options. Edisto Beach State Park provides a wealth of variety, with anglers bringing in everything from flounder and spotted sea trout to small sharks sure to put up a fight!

You can get your South Carolina fishing license online. From there, the state provides thorough fishing trends updates on a regular basis for both freshwater and saltwater anglers alike. Which means no matter what time of year you’re hoping to drop a line, figuring out where to go will be the easiest decision of your trips.

Featured South Carolina Fishing Guides

Owner of Barrier Island Fishing Charters offers his 23-foot bay boat (Cut Mullet) up to six people inshore and nearshore fishing and a 27 foot...
Originally from Atlanta, Captain Clayton Simmons’ passion for fishing started in the lakes and rivers of northern Georgia and he opened Time Flies...
Alex Pennekamp
Captain Alex Inshore...
 NORTH CHARLESTON SC
Captain Alex was born and raised in Charleston, where he grew up spending nearly every day on the water. He went on to graduate from Clemson...
Stephen Fields
Charleston Fishing...
 Charleston, SC, United States
Family friendly saltwater fishing charters and sightseeing tours catered to anglers of all skill levels and ages. Charleston Fishing Company...
Welcome to the Isle of Palms Marina, where our accommodating marina has a little something to offer everyone. From family-friendly activities and...
Fishing Murrells Inlet for over 30 years..

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