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Meet the Captain

Griffin was born in Roanoke, Va and moved to South Carolina at the age of 10. His passion for fishing led him to bass tournaments throughout high school. While attending Coastal Carolina, he was introduced to saltwater fishing and spent the next few years learning everything he could to achieve his dream of becoming a fishing guide. Today, whether he is push polling along a flat or throwing the cast net to catch bait in the harbor, he is truly doing what he was born to do. Griffin shares his passion for the water, and fish that call it home, with new people day in and day out. Educating them about conservation and fishing to ensure future generations will have fish to catch. He looks forward to helping people make memories that will last a life time!


The Fleet

We have two boats here at Fin's Guide Co. One being a flats boat and the other a bay boat. Both are meticulously  maintained and outfitted with high quality equipment. The boats are reliable and ready to Fish!

Skeeter 2250 XS 

The Skeeter 2250 XS is the multi-tool of inshore and nearshore fishing. At 23" long  and a 8'6 beam this boat can go from the deep waters of the Charleston harbor to the shallow back creeks that feed it. This boat lets us do it all while carrying up to 6  passengers!

Sterling TR7  

The Sterling Tr7 is a technical polling skiff. At 17 ft. and with a draft of just 5 in. it allows us to get to the shallowest of flats to begin our hunt! This boat has a maximum of 2 adults.


Our Fishing Destinations

Our trips cover from the near shore reefs off of Charleston's coast to the shallowest back creeks and flats found around bulls bay and folly beach.

Charleston harbor and nearshore waters

Bulls Bay, just north of Charleston in Awendaw Sc.

kiawah Island, just south of Johns Island Sc.

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