Flounder Fishing Near Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Flounder Fishing Near Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
Mt. Pleasant is a bedroom community across the harbor from Charleston and along the South Carolina coast. Bordered by Charleston Harbor and the marshes, sounds and tidal regions separating the mainland from the barrier islands, life in Mt. Pleasant is focused on the water. Many area guides and charter services specialize in salt water fishing, including flounder.

Aqua Adventures

Aqua Adventures offers off-shore fishing charters for flounder. Charter fees include boat service, captain and guide, use of all fishing gear, tackle and bait and a South Carolina fishing license. Bring motion sickness medicine should you need it. Polarized sunglasses, a sunhat, sunscreen, food and drinks are recommended. In addition, you should bring a cooler with ice to pack your day's catch. Fish cleaning is provided in the charter fee. A maximum of four anglers can be accommodated during offshore charters and charters can be half or full day trips.

Aqua Adventures
Charleston/Mt. Pleasant, SC

Finaddict Charters

Finaddict Charters specializes in light tackle and fly fishing charters in the inshore waters around Mt. Pleasant and Charleston. Fishing the mudflats (maximum of three people) with light tackle yields results when out for flounder. Half-day, three-quarter-day and full-day charters are offered. Bay trips can accommodate up to six people. Tackle, flies, bait, rods and reels, boat service, guide, ice and coolers are provided in charter fees. A valid South Carolina fishing license is included in the fees. Bring your own sunglasses, sunhat, soft sole-shoes and a sun-shirt. All food and drinks need to be brought on board.

FinAddict Charters
15 Krier Lane
Mt. Pleasant, SC, 29464

Fish Call Charters

Fish Call Charters operates out of neighboring Isle of Palms and fishes the waters around Mt. Pleasant, Charleston and the Isle of Palms. Flounder fishing is offered throughout the inshore waters. Charters include use of fishing gear, tackle, bait, guides, boat service, fish cleaning, ice and coolers. You need to provide a sunhat, sunglasses, sunscreen and protection, lunch and drinks. No glass containers are permitted. Wear soft-soled shoes on the boat. A camera is recommended, so you can photograph your catch. You need to provide a valid South Carolina fishing license. Fish Call can assist with the purchase of the license.

Fish Call Charters
50 41st Avenue
Isle of Palms, SC 29451-2669

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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