Local Fishing Guides

Georgetown is blessed with the abundance of surrounding natural resources including some of the best inshore waters for catching flounder, spotted trout, redfish and even tarpon. And fishing is usually pretty good year round. We’re also fortunate to have a pool of good local guides to help you find these fish, many of which were raised on the waters of Georgetown learning to catch fish before they could read & write. We try not to show any preferential treatment because many of them are our friends, but here’s a non-all-inclusive list we’ve compiled to help you get started.

Capt. Douglas Miller Big Marsh Guides 843.241.6722 Maverick, Cobia Georgetown Harbor Pilot that offers his wealth of knowledge as orientation service for new boat owners. He can show you how get in and out of North Inlet, Mother Norton Shoal, and some of the other tight spots you’ll have to maneuver to get to the best fishing spots.
Capt. Newman Weaver Kingfisher Guide Service 843-318-0474 Maverick Aficionado for the fly that has also spent some time in Jackson, WY and the Bahamas.
Capt. Stevie Cramer Hooked Up Charters 843-457-1535   Also commands “Perseverance” – a 42′ Post Yachts sportfisherman – for off-shore charters.
Capt. Matt Wilkinson Georgetown Charters 843-997-9842 18 Hewes Redfisher, 21 Mako Captains the Miss Wy, a  53′ Scarborough Boatworks sportfisher
Capt. Fred Rourke Sweet Tea Charters (843) 241-4767 Hewes  
Capt. Robert Maye Top Knotch Inshore Fishing Charters 843-240-9477 Clearwater  
Capt. Chris Beck Sea Jay Charters 843-344-2645 21 Maverick, 17 Beavertail  
Capt. Jordan Pate Carolina Guide Service 843.814.7900 21 Sportsmen, 16 Action Craft  
Capt. Glenn Wilson Blue Boy Charters 843-240-9372 23 Sportsmen  
Capt Jay Nelson Winyah Guide Service 843.817.8508 Maverick HPX V 17  
Capt. Robert McCarley Real Tight Charters