Trolling Offshore Big Game Charter (10 - 12hrs)

1-6 Guests • No Lodging • Public • Guided


Trolling for big game can be very successful, but is seasonal based on the fish migration patterns. You can catch good numbers of dolphin, king mackerel, tuna, wahoo and billfish. Our fleet is equipped with outriggers, downriggers and top of the line equipment from Shimano and Penn. Minimum of a 10 hour trip is required to fish for big game and is considered a private charter.

A combination Big Game and bottom fishing trip is possible with advanced notice. This trip will take you 40-80 miles offshore, so the 12 hour trip is the most recommended.

All of our offshore boats can accommodate this trip and the pricing varies according to the size of boat that you request, please call for all current rates.

The base price is for the 10-12 hour trip, which allows up to 6 guests.

Select additional pricing at checkout for a longer trip.

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Your Host

Shane's Trip

Shane F

Captain Shane is the owner of this charter operation and takes great pride in offering a top-notch experience for his clients. Captain Shane has been fishing the local waterways since 2002 when the Air Force brought him to Charleston. Shane served 6 years as an Air Force Firefighter serving two tours overseas during that time. His main goal is to provide an affordable premier saltwater fishing service in the Charleston area that is focused on great customer service and making memorable experiences that will last a lifetime.

from $2915/Experience

Base Price

$2915.00 Per Experience


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Licensed & Insured Captain
  • Bait & Tackle
  • Fully Equipped Boat



Gear List

  • Sunscreen!
  • Non Marking Shoes
  • Sunshades
  • Hat

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Rules & Guidelines

Amenities can be added to any charter upon request. We know how hard it can be to get the drinks and snacks when you’re not from the area, so just ask! We will be happy to provide everything for you at a minimal charge.


Fish cleaning:

Fish cleaning is available upon request for additional charges of $3.00 per fish that are under 3 pounds and $1.00 per pound on fish that weigh over 3 pounds. Some fish are cleaned away from pick up points so be prepared to pick them up the next day or prior to leaving town. Cleaning includes filleting and packaging, clients are reminded to always wash and inspect your fish before cooking.



Please note there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking. Failure to show up for a charter will result in forfeiture of your full deposit.

A 5 day cancellation notice prior to the day of the charter is required for a full refund.

A last minute cancellation for a reason like a death in the family or hospitalization requires written proof. Our Charters reserves the right to cancel a charter for weather, safety, or maintenance reasons that would possibly endanger our passengers or equipment. Safety is always first with us!


Things to Bring: In South Carolina, sunscreen is a must during all weather. Creams seem to work better than the spray type. Bring what you plan to eat and drink (no glass bottles). Keeping hydrated is so important in the heat. A hat with a bill and a pair of polarized sunglasses will cut the glare on the water and may help you catch more fish, wear non-marking shoes. If you plan on keeping fish be sure you bring a cooler to transport them home, please leave it in your vehicle until the charter is complete.


Allergies: If you or anyone in your party is (or suspects that they are) allergic to fish, shellfish or seafood; we ask that you identify this serious issue at the time of booking your reservation.By identifying this in a timely manner it gives the captain the opportunity to take steps to try and sterilize the boat before you board. Most importantly we ask you to bring your EpiPen with you, in the case of an emergency, and identify it to the captain when boarding the vessel.


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