*****SATURDAY DECEMBER 15TH****The old drum fishing is finally over but we are staying busy with a very good trout bite as well as some slot reds and a few bigger fish up to about 30" in the creeks and even better on the jetty. If you've still got the fishing bug we are still having lots of fun on light tackle with artificials, so give us a call. Please do not try to contact me through Facebook or Messenger. Call or text and I will immediately respond. The number is 336 240-5649. Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available on the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2019 and beyond...

SALTWATER FISHING AT IT'S BEST!

Backwater species like speckled trout, flounder, and spot tails can be caught in shallow, smooth water where there's no way to get seasick and the landing is never too far away. The Georgetown jetties attract many species normally only found offshore. King Mackeral and Tarpon as well as giant Red Drum are the targets here.

Monsters of the Deep

We can also test your strength with great Shark and Sting Ray... Black Tips, Spinners, and Bull Sharks up to ten feet will give your charter the thrill of catching big monsters of the ocean. Both the jetties and the tide line out of Winyah Bay brings all those offshore species within easy reach. A comfortable, smooth, dry ride there and back makes for a great day that will surely be the highlight of your vacation. Call us for details...




Directions

From Myrtle Beach, SC:

From Charleston, South Carolina:

Let Capt. Ponytail take you on a fishing adventure of a lifetime. You'll fish the Roanoke River for Striped Bass or the backwaters of Winyah Bay and North Inlet for Red Drum, Trout, Floounder, Tarpon and Shark.
 
*****SATURDAY DECEMBER 15TH****The old drum fishing is finally over but we are staying busy with a very good trout bite as well as some slot reds and a few bigger fish up to about 30" in the creeks and even better on the jetty. If you've still got the fishing bug we are still having lots of fun on light tackle with artificials, so give us a call. Please do not try to contact me through Facebook or Messenger. Call or text and I will immediately respond. The number is 336 240-5649. Also booking Costa Rica... still some dates available on the "Dragin Fly" out of Los Suenos for 2019 and beyond...
Winyah Bay Tidal Information
South Jetty

Backwater species like speckled trout, flounder, and spot tails can be caught in shallow, smooth water where there's no way to get seasick and the landing is never too far away. The Georgetown jetties attract many species normally only found offshore. King Mackeral and Tarpon as well as giant Red Drum are the targets here.

Monsters of the Deep

We can also test your strength with great Shark and Sting Ray... Black Tips, Spinners, and Bull Sharks up to ten feet will give your charter the thrill of catching big monsters of the ocean. Both the jetties and the tide line out of Winyah Bay brings all those offshore species within easy reach. A comfortable, smooth, dry ride there and back makes for a great day that will surely be the highlight of your vacation. Call us for details...

Watch this video of us catching a giant red drum with Capt. Rod in Winyah Bay!

Watch this video of us catching a bonnethead shark with Capt. Rod in Winyah Bay!

Watch a video about what to expect on this amazing fishing adventure of a lifetime!

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From Myrtle Beach, SC:

  • Take US-17 or Hwy-17 Bypass South towards Georgetown
  • Cross the Great Pee Dee River (two bridges) before entering Georgetown
  • Hwy-17 will become Church Street. Continue.
  • At the McDonalds intersection Hwy-17 will go left and become S. Fraser Street. Continue.
  • Cross the Sampit River bridge.
  • After crossing bridge turn right at next light on River Walk Drive.
  • Continue to the boat ramp at the Carol Ashmore Marine Complex, 101 River Walk Drive, Georgetown, SC.
  • There's plenty of parking space.

From Charleston, South Carolina:

  • Take US-17 North through Mt Pleasant towards Georgetown
  • Go about 40 miles Cross South and North Santee River Bridges
  • US-17 is called S. Fraser St. after crossing bridges
  • Continue on US-17 S. Fraser St. for about 11.5 miles.
  • Turn left on River Walk Drive at traffic light just before crossing the Sampit River bridge.
  • Continue to the boat ramp at the Carol Ashmore Marine Complex, 101 River Walk Drive, Georgetown, SC.
  • There's plenty of parking space.

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