Captain Tim Mullins is a College of Charleston graduate. He has been fishing in the charleston area for over 30 years. He specializes in light tackle inshore fishing, and has learned many tactics from professional anglers all over the world. Let Captain Mullins put his experience to work for you. We are licensed by the USCG, bonded, and insured.We fish out of a 22' Pathfinder bay boat which is rigged perfectly for the places we will be fishing.
As mentioned before our primary targets are redfish and trout. They can be caught all over the lowcountry using a variety of methods. Sight fishing for reds heats up towards the end of April when they make their way into the marsh for an easy meal. However, some of the best fishing for reds occurs from Thanksgiving through March. This is when we locate schools of fish that can reach 300 or more. This is also a great opportunity to catch them using a fly rod. During the fall it is all about trout. We catch these using mostly artificial, and when they are biting there is no telling how many you will catch. During the fall we will also catch striped bass further up the rivers and in Lake Moultrie. At one time this lake was one of the best striped bass fisheries in the world, and it is making a comeback . April through June will be prime months for cobia. We catch most of these down in the Port royal and St. Helena sounds. Summer months will bring numerous species of sharks, tarpon, king and spanish mackerel. We catch them all over Charleston Harbor.
4 HR INSHORE
$400 for 2 anglers, $50 extra per person up to 6 Redfish, trout, and shark
4 hours Starting at $400
6 HR INSHORE
$575 for 3 anglers, $50 extra per person up to 6 Redfish, trout, black drum, shark
6 hours Starting at $575
8 HR INSHORE
$750 for 3 anglers, $50 extra per person up to 6 redfish, trout,
8 hours Starting at $750
Capt. Mullins is a native of Mt. Pleasant.
Fishing with a local has too many
advantages to list.
Capt. Mullins also fishes in
tournaments all over the south,
and has placed in the top 10 in