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Guided Trip Options and Rates

Fishing in the Low Country of South Carolina is always exciting, and we are lucky enough to have great fishing year-round! Captain Jon specializes in sight fishing and practices catch and release in order to preserve our special fishery.

Based out of beautiful Beaufort, SC, we have six to ten foot tidal swings every six hours. We have an extremely dynamic fishery offering different styles of fishing. Depending on the time of year, you could be fishing a low tide looking for schools of Redfish belly crawling with their backs out of the water, or you could be fishing a flood tide flat looking for Redfish tailing eating crustaceans off the bottom. Generally, trip times and location are based on the time of the tides and/or around the daily weather. Captain Jon will reach out to you upon booking a trip to discuss options

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Inshore 1/2 Day

Low Country Redfish


4 Hours of Targeting Redfish and other species
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Inshore 3/4 Day 
(Most Popular)

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6 Hours of Targeting Redfish and other species
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Inshore Full Day

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8 hours of targeting redfish and other species

Additional Guided Trip Information

Species - In the late fall, winter, and early spring, we are primarily targeting Redfish and Speckled Sea Trout. Late spring, summer, and early fall, we are targeting Redfish, Speckled Sea Trout, and Flounder, but we also have the opportunity to chase Jack Crevalle, sharks, Triple Tail, and Cobia.


Types of Fishing - Primarily we will be sight fishing, which can be extremely rewarding and exciting! We typically target these species with an 8wt-11wt fly rod, but artificial light tackle (spin fishing) is also used and available. With large tidal swings, we have the potential to fish low tide flats, creeks, flood tide flats, and everything in between. *All trips with Indigo Fishing Charters practice catch and release


Fishing Trips Include: ​

  • Fishing Licenses 

  • Rods, reels, tackle, flies, and leaders

  • Cooler with ice and waters


What to Bring:

  • Polarized Sunglasses and a hat

  • Sunscreen (please no spray on sunscreen)

  • Layers of clothes for all weather conditions

  • Snack/ Lunch

  • If you would like to bring your own fly rod, we typically use an 8wt rod for most of our fishing


What Not to Bring:

  • Spray on sunscreen

  • Shoes with black marking soles

  • Hard coolers or large bags (a cooler with ice and water is provided)

  • Light tackle rods and reels

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