The vast “low country” waterways around Hilton Head are the ideal home for such famous inshore species as speckled trout, redfish, cobia, sharks and the “Silver King,” tarpon. TailHunter’s inshore fishing trips provide you with a beautiful canvas on which to paint your angling masterpiece.
What does “inshore” mean?
If you haven’t fished on the coast before, you might ask, “What’s the difference between ‘nearshore’ and ‘inshore’?”
At TailHunter, our Hilton Head inshore fishing trips focus on bays, estuaries and inlets along the coast of the island, whereas our nearshore fishing charters take place further from shore.
What to expect on a TailHunter Hilton Head inshore trip:
- We use lighter tackle and both live and dead bait
- We use a Garmin 7612 GPS, radar, sonar and fishfinder, if needed
- We stay closer to shore
- Fish sizes are generally smaller
- The fish species caught are less affected by season and weather