The cooling temperatures of fall are approaching and The fishing is really heating up. Giant schools of huge red fish are moving off shore for the winter season. It’s a great time to catch these beautiful creatures on light tackle or fly rod. Hilton Head Island and surrounding Waters has a maze of channels Shoals and structure the offer the perfect sanctuary for these schools of redfish. Give us a call, get out on the water , and have a great fall!
We love getting the big Red Drum tuned in ! they are beautiful fish with a lot of power ! Hilton Head has some of the best Redfishing on the east coast when everything comes together!
The sharks teeth hunting , shelling and Beach combing trips really bring back a lot of memories form my childhood here on Hilton Head Island . being a native and growing up only a few hundred yards form the beach . Iwa always in the sand dunes and tidal pools with my cocker spaniel “Scooter”. In the days before the beach renurishment we would find lots of shells and teeth . It was one of our favorite things to do as children of Hilton Head . Its great to see how much the families love the Native Son Adventures Day with A Native trips. the parents always come up tp me and sat you know “ it’s so cool to see them completely into treasure hunting and not thinking about video games or cell phones.
One of our favorite trips is A Day With A Native Trip ! really following the story Hilton Heads beautiful nature offers us. This trip we went through Hilton Heads backwater’s behind Daufuskie Island to Savannah River where we beach comb for giant SHARKS TEETH, AMAZING SHELLS AND ANCIENT FOSSIL’S. The Savannah River is the east coast’s largest shipping channel . So for the Dolphins its like a Kelly Slaters Wave pool ! they surf the bow wakes for hours upon hours playing and jumping ! I can’t wait to go again ! See you in the water soon!
Listen to my great friend Cindy Rodriguez! She sounds like a little girl at her tenth birthday party getting a new puppy! The energy is so contagious, some people never grow up. Lets hope none of us ever have to. The palmetto lagoon system is unreal! 11 miles of saltwater lagoon winding through a hardwood forest. A magical concoction of Saltwater and forest birds mixed with forest critters and river dwellers. If you added all the time Captain Trent and I have spent exploring the waterways it would probably add up to a few years. No kidding, we have been fishing it since we were puppy drum. Capt Trent owns Palmetto Lagoon charters and is one of my best friend’s and fishing guru. Eventhough I out fish him all the time. Hahaha Don’t tell him I said that! We have so many stories between us…