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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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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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Around Town – Things to Do This Summer

Sweet Summer Days The season of porch sittin’, sweet tea drinkin’ and boatin’ is here and there’s no better way to enjoy it than getting out and about. From luxury to laid-back Lowcountry life on the docks, the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry are full of fun for everyone in the family. Choose from these exciting… Read More…

Daufuskie Island’s Legacy Lives On

For thousands of years, indigenous Muskogean Indians called Daufuskie Island home. The word “Daufuskie” comes from the Muscogee language and means “sharp feather,” due to the Island’s distinctive shape. In the mid-1500s, Spanish explorers had begun colonization of the Southeastern Coast of the United States, followed by the French and English. It was during this… Read More…

Artistic Revival at The Roasting Room

Art is many things: expressive, imaginative, creative, original and, often, visual; but at The Roasting Room, the art is a performance. Musicians, lyricists, singers, songwriters and composers deliver emotion that is almost palpable. From high-energy fervor to laid-back, smooth performances that go down like a great glass of wine, the art of The Roasting Room is… Read More…

The Burning of Bluffton

A center of the Secessionist Movement prior to the Civil War, Bluffton was essentially abandoned after the Battle of Port Royal Sound in 1861, but served as a hub of the Confederate intelligence network. In the early morning hours of June 4, 1863, approximately 1,000 Federal troops transported by gunboats  disembarked on Hunting Island Plantation and… Read More…

Simple Truths: Artist, Chase Allen, Thrives Daufuskie Island

As an artist, I suffer from this problem—it’s an issue with focus. Not that I can’t focus on something, it’s that I have a tendency to focus on everything. It can be very distracting and lead to many started and unfinished tasks. I had a professor who I was helping with research and, while we… Read More…