Fishing & Watersports

Featured Listings

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

Click for Phone Visit Website

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.

Click for Phone Visit Website

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.

Click for Phone Visit Website

All Listings

Our Publication

Featured Articles

Spring Gardening Fever

Learn how to make the most of your garden this season. By Michele Roldán-Shaw  Another delicious springtime in the Lowcountry! Heady scents of honeysuckle, wisteria, Carolina jessamine and fresh winds off the water combine to perfume the air. Azaleas and dogwoods are blooming, and showers of brown leaves filter down from the live oaks. Faint wafts… Read More…

St. Patty’s Day Music

By Jevon Daly  Discover plenty of great opportunities to enjoy live music this St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick’s Day has always been one of those holidays in our area that people really enjoy being a part of. Kids on bikes, scooters and hoverboards. Green beer! Parents acting like kids at the parade. The parade that… Read More…

Making Magic at the Bluffton Youth Theatre

This local theater company inspires children to be their best — both on and off the stage. “Winds in the east, there’s a mist coming in, like something is brewing, about to begin.” —Bert/Mr. Dawes, Sr., “Mary Poppins” When Cyndy Ford’s father became seriously ill with Parkinson’s, she left her family and performing arts school behind… Read More…

Winter Bomb: The Snow & Deep Freeze of 2018

By Amber Hester Kuehn, owner of Spartina Marine Education Charters The first time I saw snow was in December of 1989. Due to the fact that there are no hills in Bluffton, four-wheelers pulled tubes and hydro-slides attached to ski ropes. Thrilled teens sailed through three inches of snow covering dirt roads. It melted quickly and… Read More…

History of the Irish in the Lowcountry

By Allison Hersh The Irish influence extends far beyond St. Patrick’s Day. Ever since William Mullins and Christopher Martin, America’s first Irish pilgrims, sailed to the New World on the Mayflower in 1620, America has been enriched by the Irish people. Fleeing a life of persecution and famine on the Emerald Isle, the Irish came to America,… Read More…