Charter Boats and Gear
27ft Conch Center Console (Renegade)
We are excited to announce the addition of a new boat to our fleet here at Charleston Fish Finder. In January we acquired what many would consider the ultimate center console charter boat. She is a 27′ Conch named Renegade. The 27 Conch is very roomy, safe and has a very smooth and extremely dry ride even when it gets a little dicey out on the big water.
Conch Boats were designed by Key West fishing guides to be the ultimate charter boat and we are very happy to be able to offer her for hire. She is equipped with cutting edge electronics including twin large screen GPS, side scan and down scan fish finding equipment, tons of life jackets and safety gear. She has a large T Top to give anglers protection from the elements. Lots of rod holders on board allows us to carry tons of fishing rods so that we are ready for anything that swims up. The 27 conch also has amole dry storage Space for extra gear, coolers, and food.
24ft Kenner Bay Boat (Windsor Anne)
This boat is the do everything boat. We can comfortably fish the shallow inshore waters for redfish, Speckled Sea Trout and Flounder with your whole family (up to six anglers) or run off the beach for Cobia, Spadefish, and Sea Bass. She has tons of room to move around and she has a very dry ride. This is the most versatile boat that I have ever operated. The 23 Kenner is a very large and spacious boat for its size with lots of cushioned seating for everyone and plenty of shade from the sun. She has performance options such as hydraulic trim tabs, a Power Pole, Raymarine gps/fishfinder navigation, and a brand new Atlas 10″ Jack Plate by TH marine.
We added the sight fishing tower as an afterthought. I’ve had the boat since 2008 and I strive to make it as perfect for fishing in the Charleston area as possible. Our new T Top has an upper station with controls allowing me and my customers an unbelievable view of the water around the boat. I can’t even count the number of times that I’ve been up in the tower and driven right past sea turtles, sharks, spotted eagle rays and tons of other creek critters that we could not have seen from downstairs.