KEEPING IT REEL
“Stress is caused by not fishing enough.”
WHEN YOU’D RATHER BE FISHINGStrolling out on one of the dykes at Spring Island visitors are, no doubt, awestruck and grateful for the beautiful marsh and river vistas. The iconic Lowcountry setting is breathtaking even on a bad day. Ladies fishing groups, couples spending a quiet afternoon together, the solo watermen throwing a line out in the quiet morning air, eager grandchildren with enthusiastic tactics – all are drawn to the water and fishing of Spring Island. Freshwater ponds, saltwater ponds and of course the expansive rivers and creeks that surround Spring Island offer numerous options for catching.
Members can spend the day on the water, drop their whole fish off at the restaurant and return for a reservation that evening to a specially prepared meal, by Spring Island’s Chef, of their own fresh catch. A more gratifying and lavish service won’t be found anywhere else.
Pictured: Blackened South Carolina Golden Tilefish with sweet potato plantation grits, smoked tomato and orange marmalade, Waterfall Farm broccoli greens with caper berry beurre blanc.
- Three saltwater ponds
- Saltwater ponds 2ft. deep, perfect for sight catching red fish
- Club boats at each lake for Member use. No reservation needed. Just hop in!
- Freshwater ponds managed for trophy bass
- Surrounding waters are some of the cleanest in the Southeast
- Extension of the Atlantic provides access to offshore, deep water fishing
- Inshore: Redfish, Cobia, Trout and Tarpon
- Offshore: Wahoo, Dolphin, King Mackerel, Tuna
- 40 dock slips and boat storage available
- Deep water dock for Members
- Full-time Fishing Guide to acclimate Members to all fishing options
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Spring Island Realty
38 Mobley Oaks Lane | Okatie, SC 29909