When charter fishing on Hilton Head the most common trips are 4 to 6 hours. For the average family looking to have fun, a 4 or 5 hour trip is plenty. However, depending on the type of fish you may want to catch, a longer trip may be necessary.
On the GULLAH GAL, HONEY B and TRUE GRITS we typically fish within 15 miles of shore depending on the length of your trip. We see lots of Dolphin playing, Osprey and Bald Eagles flying, and Sea Turtles swimming too.
Hilton Head's waters are usually very calm and boaters rarely get even a splash.If seas are rough (over 4 feet) we'll either stay close to shore or reschedule your trip for another day.
NO PROBLEM !
Fishing on the GULLAH GAL, HONEY B and TRUE GRITS is a very family friendly experience. Our goal is for your gang to have a great time and create some wonderful memories.
Our larger boats are perfect for bringing the whole family. So bring the kids, moms and the grandparents too.
Come join us for your "FIN" filled adventure today !
The Gullah people are African Americans who live in the Low Country
of South Carolina and Georgia and whose ancestors were originally
brought to America as slaves. The name "Gullah" is believed
to be a derivation of the word "Angola" the country
in Africa from which many slaves were taken. Angolans were know
for their farming skills. The Gullah culture is still strong on
Hilton Head and the surrounding barrier islands today.