Living Water Guide Service


Pawleys Island , South Carolina

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Bio


Fly and Light tackle spin fishing is not only our specialty but our passion. Whether stalking tailing Redfish on the flats or Tarpon beach front we can tailor a trip to your desire and skill level. Captain Jeff Lattig guides from a technical poling skiff offering half or full day trips fishing the inlets, bays and tidal flats of Myrtle Beach , Pawleys Island and Georgetown South Carolina. http://livingwaterguide.com
Backcountry Bass Beginner Friendly Equipment Provided Fly-Fishing Inshore Light-Tackle Shark Spin Fishing Tarpon

Contact

Phone number: 843-997-4655

Trips & Rates


Living Water Guide Service (Full Day)
8 hours | 2 People
$650.00


Captain Jeff Lattig offers full access to the inshore waters of Pawleys Island , DeBordieu and Georgetown South Carolina. The endless miles of expansive salt marsh and wetlands just south of Myrtle Beach provides us endless opportunities of true back country saltwater fishing. Whether stalking tailing Redfish on the shallow water flats or fishing open water inlets for Tarpon, we can tailor a charter to fit your desire and skill level. We log the majority of our trips fishing the rich waters of North Inlet Reserve and Winyah Bay. North Inlet Reserve is a pristine ocean fed estuary that's roughly 20,000 acres of tidal salt marsh, expansive grass flats and deep water channels. The North Inlet Reserve is truly a wild place. Rich with history and teaming with a variety of fish and wildlife. Winyah Bay is a very large body of brackish water and is the third largest watershed on the east coast. Four major rivers flow into the bay , the Black , Pee Dee , Sampit and the Waccamaw River. The confluence of these two diverse estuaries produce a clean and nutrient rich environment making it one of the top fisheries on the east coast. While traveling to the fishing grounds you will not only enjoy the solitude of the marsh but it's wildlife. We often see Dolphins, Sea turtles, Osprey, migratory shore birds and Bald Eagles.
Living Water Guide Service
5 hours | 2 People
$425.00


Captain Jeff Lattig offers full access to the inshore waters of Pawleys Island , DeBordieu and Georgetown South Carolina. The endless miles of expansive salt marsh and wetlands just south of Myrtle Beach provides us endless opportunities of true back country saltwater fishing. Whether stalking tailing Redfish on the shallow water flats or fishing open water inlets for Tarpon, we can tailor a charter to fit your desire and skill level. We log the majority of our trips fishing the rich waters of North Inlet Reserve and Winyah Bay. North Inlet Reserve is a pristine ocean fed estuary that's roughly 20,000 acres of tidal salt marsh, expansive grass flats and deep water channels. The North Inlet Reserve is truly a wild place. Rich with history and teaming with a variety of fish and wildlife. Winyah Bay is a very large body of brackish water and is the third largest watershed on the east coast. Four major rivers flow into the bay , the Black , Pee Dee , Sampit and the Waccamaw River. The confluence of these two diverse estuaries produce a clean and nutrient rich environment making it one of the top fisheries on the east coast. While traveling to the fishing grounds you will not only enjoy the solitude of the marsh but it's wildlife. We often see Dolphins, Sea turtles, Osprey, migratory shore birds and bald eagles.

Reviews


Jenna 949 days ago

I went on a guided trip with Jeff mid-December. I was able to take my best friend, and I can assure you that we both had a blast. I was a beginner and my friend was more on the advanced side. Jeff was so patient with me and helped me to learn along the way. He took pictures of my friends and I while on the trip and emailed us those pictures directly after. It was so great going out with a guide who knew the area very well and we were able to get a red fish despite the poor water conditions. The trip was very easy to set up through guide hire and I hope to be able to go again soon in the future!

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