Part of South Carolina’s coast is framed by the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, which is comprised of a network of inlets, sounds, bays and rivers all connected by a series of man-made canals. The waterway itself is prized for its freshwater and saltwater fishing opportunities. No trip to Hilton Head would be complete without an adventure in these beautiful waters.
If you go, be sure to get in some angling. If the smell of saltwater draws you, then enjoy the smell of the briny surf while you fish for drum fish, cobia, flounder, bass and mackerel. Or settle into one of the freshwater sites and enjoy a relaxing day fishing for catfish, two types of bass, redfish, herring, white crappie, and shad. Shrimp, crab and other seafood delights await your traps and pails, as well.
Boating along the Intracoastal Waterway is sure to become a favorite pastime as you take in the sights sounds and smells of the water. Watch the dolphin play and cavort! Take in an evening sunset. For the sports enthusiast consider touring the waterway via standup paddle board or by Sea Doo. Experience the closest thing to absolute peace on Earth – all right here in the heart of the Lowcountry. Check out the www.scdhec.org to learn more about fishing permits, seasons, and limits.
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