Charleston Fishing Charters

Here at Charleston Fishfinder we offer boating and fishing charters in the Charleston SC and Isle of Palms area. Our business has been in operation for 8 years now and we plan to be around for many years to come. Safety is the number one goal on all of our charters. Big fish, sore arms, and happy customers are very important but none of this matters if we don't all return to the dock safely. Our boats are equipped with all required Coast Guard safety equipment including heavy duty lifejackets, first aid kit and VHF radio communication. Powerboats are inherently dangerous so we try to take every precaution to keep everyone on board safe and sound.

 

Fishing Equipment

Fishing Equipment can make the difference when it comes down to the wire when trying to land the fish of a lifetime. We make it a point to keep our fishing equipment in perfect condition so that when it comes time to wrestle with the biggest fish you have ever seen you can focus on the fight. We fish St Croix rods and Shimano reels.

 

Charleston Charter Boats

Our Boats are very well suited for charter fishing in Charleston, SC. The Windsor Anne is a really special vessel. She is a 24' Kenner with a sightfishing tower that is in our opinion, the perfect boat. We can run out to the reef in the morning and buzz back inshore to fish the flats in the same day in the same boat. She can carry six passengers plus the captain with lots of room to spare. She has over 30 rod holders, four stroke yamaha power and the latest in GPS electronics to keep us running smooth and ready for any fish that swims within casting distance.  The Sweet Pea is a 17' Ranger Banshee flats skiff. She is a very simple skiff that is perfect for fishing the shallow bays and creeks surrounding the Charleston area. She is very wide and very stable with a draft of 5 inches. The redfish can run but they cannot hide from this boat! She can handle two anglers and the captain.

Come along and Catch Some Memories with Charleston Fishfinder.

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Sheepshead | Charleston Fishing Charters

The fishing and the weather on Isle of Palms have been awesome so far this winter! This time last year everybody I talked to was complaining about the cold. Myself included! I thought I could escape the cold winter down in the Florida keys but after 7 windy days of highs in the 50's and lows in the 40's I quickly retreated home to ride out the winter. This year has been a different story. So far the winter of...

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Daylight Savings Time | Redfish Fishing

We started the day off pretty hot. Went out to catch the bottom of the low tide with Charlie and John. Fishing in Charleston in November is about as good as it gets. We had good weather today and an early morning low tide. We started fishing in a couple of small creeks and had some luck.Caught two small reds on the first two casts but had to move on. They must have been the only two in that spot. We...

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Fall Surf Fishing | Charleston, SC

The fishing is holding true for the time of year. November is here and the Redfish are biting in the surf. I fished with Uncle Hog and Capt Mark Nicols in the surf yesterday. The day didnt really go as planned. We started out great. Got an early start out of Charleston and headed north to some of the more remote barrier islands. I love to fish in Charleston but after a really busy summer we were both ready to get...

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Charleston Fishing Charters | Captain Ben Floyd Fishing Guide

The Captain: Ben Floyd I grew up in the little fishing town of McClellanville, SC about 30 miles up the coast from Charleston. With a population of about 350, everyone knew everyone and things were good. I come from a family that is very interconnected with fishing and boating and naturally chose an occupation that would keep me on the water. My love for fishing started at an early age but things began to speed up once I realized that there was...

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What should I bring on the charter?
Bring your own food, drinks, and sunscreen

2. Do I need to buy a fishing license?
No, Capt Ben has a permit that covers all customers.

3. Where do we meet Capt Ben for our charter?
We meet at the Isle of Palms Marina (View Address Here).

4. Can we keep the fish we catch?
Catch and release is strongly encouraged however, taking enough fish home for a meal is ok.

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The Fish Finder

Come spend a day with the fish finder and see why they're Charleston's Premier Fishing Charter Company.

A third-generation fisherman, Captain Ben Floyd was born in McClellanville, SC, a small fishing town about thirty miles north of Charleston, in the heart of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. He has over twenty years experience fishing the waters from Cape Romain to the Isle of Palms.