Cape Romain LighthousesLooking for the perfect place to enjoy the best inshore fishing on the Atlantic Coast?  The 66,000 acres of winding salt marsh creeks of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge which includes Bulls Bay is renown for its’ red drum (AKA redfish or spot tail bass), trout, and flounder populations.
South Carolina Sportsman Magazine recently called the area a “Redfish Retreatand broke all the rules by publishing the coordinates of all of  the very best and most secret spots to land the monster reds.
Cape Romain Redfish
McClellanville sits at the edge of this Class I Wilderness area and the Town of McClellanville’s boat landing puts in a few hundred feet from the Intracoastal Waterway and Cape Romain and costs only $30/week to launch.
McClellanville and Cape Romain Wildlife RefugeWe get visitors of all kind wanting to come unwind in McClellanville.  Whether you’ve got a small group of fishermen or you want to bring the whole family along with you, we have vacation rental homes of all shapes and sizes to suit your needs.  Prices range from $50 to $500/night with most homes having a 3 night minimum and discounts for week-long and longer stays.    Check the availability calendar and choose your favorite today and drop me a line today.
There’s plenty to do outside of the creeks as well, with fresh local seafood sold at the market or in the restaurants, local boutiques, art galleries, and museum.  McClellanville is also just an 30 minutes to Mount Pleasant’s Town Center shopping center, the Isle of Palms beach, and historic Georgetown’s waterfront.  15 more minutes and you can reach Charleston and Pawley’s Island and the shopping and shows in Myrtle Beach are just an hour’s drive.

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