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Charleston Fishing Guide - Graham Hegamyer
Charleston Fishing Guide - Captain

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Charleston fishing charters guide, Graham Hegamyer, is a USCG licensed Captain. He grew up on Sullivans Island and has been fishing locally for years. He graduated from the College of Charleston with a B.S. in Business Administration. Can usually be found: With his dog in either South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, or the Bahamas.

Graham Hegamyer

Charleston Fishing Guide


Our primary fish will be the Redfish (spottail bass or Red Drum). This species is an incredible sportfish as it has both speed and strength. They can live upwards of 40 years, reach close to 100 lbs, and live in waters from Texas to Virginia. Because of these reasons, clients will never be allowed to keep/kill redfish. NO EXCEPTIONS.

When the conditions are correct, we will be able to sight fish for reds in shallow water. This style of fishing is without a doubt the most exhilarating way to catch a redfish. We will also be fishing backwater areas around the Wando River, the Intercoastal Waterway, and north towards Bull's Bay. I will make sure your charter is highly informative and you will be left with a greater understanding of fishing concepts.

Other species that we will catch will be trout, flounder, sheepshead, blackdrum, tarpon and sharks (seasonal).

It is extremely important to me that my clients get exactly what they want out of the trip. My trips are customized to suit your level of experience. I cater to corporate groups, children, those new to the area, inexperienced beginners, beginning and advanced fly fishermen, experienced fishermen, and those seeking to challenge themselves with styles they have not fished before.

Children are always welcome and are encouraged to come.


Charleston Fishing Guide - Boat

We will be fishing out of a 19' Vantage made by East Cape Canoes ( This boat is wide and stable with a flat deck for easy walking. The boat has a shallow draft and can easily be poled in shallow water. It is a dry and comfortable ride. We go where no others can fish. Max 3 anglers.

The larger boat, is a 23' Deep Vee Classic C-Hawk. The boat has large gunnels and a full T-Top to make sure the anglers feel very comfortable. The boat allows us to go to deeper water in search of tarpon, big sharks, bull reds, amberjacks, and other large reef-fish. We can accommodate up to 6 anglers. This boat is also suitable for eco tours.

For more information on Charleston Fishing Guide Capt. Hegamyer or to book a Trip,
Contact him by email or phone.
P: (843) 991-8372
Email: Contact Graham