Call Capt. Miles to book your Hilton Head Island Charter Fishing trip 843-290-6955

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24 ft. (Up to 4 people) Fishing Charters starting at 3 hours in the local creeks and sounds for a wide variety of species. Capability of fishing waters as shallow as 12 inches and the comfort to take on near-shore reefs.  




26 ft. (Up to 12 people) Fishing Charters starting at 3 hours and primarily fished in Hilton Head Island’s Calibogue Sound for sharks and other species. The Finatic is a great boat for families and groups. Nature tours and dolphin cruises are also available.  



A 26 ft. Pathfinder with a 300 hp Yamaha (Up to 4 People). This boat is a Bayrunner on steroids! Two feet longer, wider and sporting a deeper v hull with twin steps, it cruises 38 mph in 3 foot seas as if it was flat calm! Fish everywhere the Bayrunner does with added offshore capability for fishing the reefs up to 30 miles offshore on 6 – 8 hour trips. 

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*4- hour trips are the most recommended for the average fishing charter.

*3 hour trips are shark or inshore fishing

*4-6 hour trips are creek up to 4 miles off shore

*6-8 hour trips (4 people max) up to 30 miles off shore

*Parties of 5 acceptable if comprised of 2 or more children. Add $50

* If you are interested in targeting certain species, just let Capt Miles know and he can tailor the length of your charter.

*While we provide everything you need to fish on your charter, including cooler and fishing license, we recommend that you bring the following:

– sunscreen
-bug spray
-snacks and drinks
-windbreaker or jacket

Call the Capt direct 843.290.6955  to book a charter or Shelter Cove Marina at 843.842.7002.  

**** You will need a credit card to book your Hilton Head charter trip.

****We have a 48-hour cancellation policy and you will be charged during that window unless the Capt cancels due to severe weather conditions or illness.

*If you would like to cook your catch for dinner, the Capt will be glad to clean your fish for you.  We also know several restaurants that will prepare your catch for you.  Either way, you’ll enjoy the freshest seafood possible!

A note about tipping:  Often people ask me about this and some people just don’t know.

Tipping the crew is customary in the charter business and like other situations should be

based on service.  The Bayrunner team captain’s all spend long hours behind the scenes catching bait, making rigs, maintenance, etc to try and insure you a great experience.  If the visible effort meets your satisfaction then you may want to tip, blaming the crew for lack of fish could be like blaming the waiter for the cook’s job.  The industry standard is 20 percent