Guiding the waters Surrounding Myrtle Beach and Charleston
North Inlet Reserve is a pristine ocean fed estuary that’s roughly 20,000 acres of tidal marsh, expansive creeks and deep water channels. North Inlet is a wild place sparking with life. Located between Pawleys Island and Georgetown. We access North Inlet by navigating across Winyah Bay. Winyah Bay is located around the historic sea port of Georgetown. It is a brackish estuary with four major rivers flowing into it; the Waccamaw, Sampit, Black, and Pee Dee River. The confluence of these river systems makes the third largest watershed on the East Coast. This rich ecosystem is home to Red Drum, Speckled Sea Trout, Flounder and more .
Cape Romain National Wild Life Refuge – Located in McClellanville South Carolina lying between Charleston and Georgetown. The refuge is over 66,000 acres of remote shoreline, shallow spartina flats and expansive waterways. Cape Romain is breathtaking and teaming with wildlife. Bald Eagles, Osprey, Loggerhead Sea Turtles and Dolphins thrive in this remote stretch of coast. Home of two beautiful Light houses just north of Key Inlet. We access the Cape from one of two boat landings. Jeremy Creek in the town of McClellanville or Buck Hall Recreation Area in Francis Marion National Forest.
Santee Delta is the largest river delta system on the East Coast. The majority of the Delta is part of South Carolina’s Wildlife Management Area. Santee Delta is just a short boat ride south of the historic port of Georgetown. The North and South Santee rivers empty into bays lined with sandy beaches and barrier islands. Where these waterways junction is a breeding ground for marine life. Sharks, Tarpon, Redfish and Sea Trout often congregate here based on tide, current and salinity.
Pawleys Island – Settled in the 1700’s by rice planters trying to escape the heat on there plantations. Pawleys is a quaint little beach town nestled along the Atlantic ocean. A labyrinth of shallow creeks extending north to Midway inlet and to the South inlet at Prince George. The inlets and tidal creeks provide excellent fishing. Flounder and Speckled Sea Trout fishing can be done from the beach or small boat.
Murrells Inlet also know as the sea food capital of South Carolina is a small fishing town. It’s no secret Murrells Inlet has some of the best Flounder and near shore reef fishing on the Grand Strand. The inlet is lined with jetty rocks both on the north and south sides and nearshore reefs just a short ride from the inlet. Flounder, Red Drum, Weakfish, Spanish Mackerel, Spade fish and more call these waters home. The creeks and Jetty hold an abundance of game fish and is very accessible for small boats or even Kayaks.