SOUTH CAROLINA FLY FISHING
South Carolina fly-fishing is some of the best fishing in America. Whether you want to try fly fishing a lake or river fishing for trout, this is a great state to fish. From the great fly-fishing for trout on the Chattooga River, and the great coastal flat fishing for salt-water fish, this state has a lot to offer. Add to this great fishing all the other great rivers and lakes throughout the state and you have a great fly-fishing travel destination. Here is some information on just a few of the great spots. Be sure to click on their page link to learn more about them.
The Chattooga River
The Chattooga River begins its journey in the hills of North Carolina and eventually becomes a 40-mile border between South Carolina and Georgia. There are two sections of this river that known through out the country and they are both related to the Highway 28 Bridge. Downstream of the bridge is known for its great white water rafting. Upstream from the bridge is considered to be one of the top 100 trout streams in America. One other fact about the river is that the movie Deliverance was filmed here.
The Chattooga River.
South Carolina Coast
The South Carolina Coast offers up some great fly-fishing and light tackle fishing. Some of the better areas to fly fish this coastline is around Charleston, Georgetown and Myrtle Beach to name just a few. These coastal flats are a very popular fly-fishing year round destination. There are many fishing guides and day charters available if you want to go that route.
Coastal Flats of South Carolina.
The Whitewater River is a freestone river that begins in North Carolina near Cashiers before tumbling into South Carolina. The river eventually drops into Lake Jocassee. Because this river is tucked away and hidden in some of the more primitive areas of both states, this river is surrounded by great scenery including two waterfalls that each have over a 400’ drop. You need to pay close attention to the river since there are many water falls and many kayaks.
Here are a few other places to fly fish in the state.
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