Kingfisher charters

OUR RATES

4 Hour Fishing Excursion for 3 People

$ 450
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6 Hour Fishing Excursion for 3 People

$ 675
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8 Hour Fishing Excursion for 3 People

$ 900
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Fishing trips are priced for three people but additional people can be added for $50 each up to six. Photo tours, harbor cruises, eco tours and more are also available. Tour rate is $110/hr with a 3 hour minimum.

ABOUT US

Kingfisher Charters is a family owned and operated business with over 50 years of experience fishing the waters around Charleston, South Carolina. We fish mostly in Charleston Harbor, near shore reefs and nearby creeks and rivers. We target a wide variety of fish depending on the time of year. Trout, red drum, black drum, flounder, sheepshead, shark and tarpon are just some of the many fish we catch. Each trip is customized to accommodate the skill level of angler from novice to pro and anywhere in between. The boat is a 22’ General Marine center console. Built in Maine, the boat has a distinct downeast look. The design of the boat leads to a great ride and stable fishing platform with plenty of room for everything. We look forward to fishing with you!

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Contact us

For reservations information and inquiries call us at 843.696.7655 or email us using the form below.

CALL US
843.696.7655
email us
kingfisherchartersllc@gmail.com

Boat + Equipment Info

Capt. Ben Polk operates a 22’ General Marine center console. The boat can accommodate up to 6 passengers.

Capt. Ben Polk’s boat is rigged with all of the latest top of the line equipment and Garmin electronics.

The boat is fully equipped with up to date USCG safety equipment, First Aid Kit, USCG life vests as well as standard life vests for adults and children to wear while boating.

Capt. Ben Polk uses custom made spinning rods with Penn and Quantum reels.

 

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