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May River Excursions

May River Excursions is based in Old Town Bluffton. We offer a variety of boating experiences ranging from cruises to fishing and shrimping excursions. May River Excursions offers competitive rates and knowledgeable, local born and raised captains. May River Excursions operates Carolina Skiff boats and can accommodate as many as 12 passengers per boat.

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Bluffton Marine Sports & Supply

Bluffton Marine Sports & Supply is your one-stop-shopping destination for tackle, live and frozen bait, wake sports, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, marine supplies and more! Open 7 days a week, Monday thru Friday 7 a.m. till 6 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 6:30 a.m. till 4 p.m. 140 Burnt Church Rd., Bluffton. 843-757-7593.

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Stray Cat Charters

CHARTERS  INSHORE OFFSHORE  SPORTFISHING. Come onboard this 27-foot power catamaran: “The Stray Cat.” We’re hot and fast! Spend less time riding and more time fishing. Captain Jim Clark has been named to George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing A-Team. 843-683-5427 or straycatcharter.com.

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Bonnie Rae Charters

Captain Joe has been fishing the waters of Hilton Head Island, SC for 20 years and uses his hard-earned knowledge to put anglers on fish. Whether you’re an experienced angler or a newcomer who wants to experience the waters of the lowcountry, Captain Joe offers a fishing experience to meet your specific needs.

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Lee Brothers to Share Culinary Stories at Red Apron Sips & Seafood Party

Seafood lovers unite! The Red Apron Sips & Seafood Party, held in conjunction with the Historic Bluffton Arts & Seafood Festival, will feature Lowcountry dining, savory cocktails, Southern stories and more on Friday, October 20 at 6 p.m. at Bluffton’s Hampton Lake. Hosted by emcee David Lauderdale, a popular Island Packet columnist, this tasty event… Read More…

Celebrate Bluffton’s Historic Churches

Two historic churches representing two distinct segments of Lowcountry society will be showcased during Celebrate Bluffton’s Heritage Discovery Day on October 14. This journey through the past begins just outside of Pritchardville at St. Luke’s Methodist Church. Originally a parish of the Anglican Church, St. Luke’s was authorized by an act of the Colonial Assembly… Read More…

Around the Old Town Track with Bluffton Jack

Walking around Old Town Bluffton, you might catch a glimpse of a man out of place—or rather, time. Dressed in 19th-century clothing with a big straw hat and toting a canteen, this man is none other than Bluffton Jack, leading one of his Old Town Tours on a journey through history. Jack, whose real name… Read More…

Polo for Charity

Get ready for the 24th Polo for Charity on Sunday, October 22 at Rose Hill Equestrian Center, Bluffton. Gates open at noon, and the match starts at 2 p.m. at this afternoon affair coordinated by the Rotary Club of Okatie. This unique event is revered as one of the highlights of the Bluffton and Hilton… Read More…

Phantom Tides: Haunting Music and The Grateful Dead

For October, I was asked to write an article on haunting music. Much to my surprise, there was a footnote about my involvement in a local Jerry Garcia tribute band and what I thought about The Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead. Hmmm….What do I think about a band that toured for 30 years, almost non-stop… Read More…