How to use the tide tablesThe tide information that South Carolina Sportsman is famous for has been customized for over 50 locations. Just point to the location you are interested in and click. The shaded areas on the charts indicate the most likely feeding periods. And, we all know our chances are best when the water is moving and the fish are feeding.
Allston Creek, Murrells Inlet Georgetown, Lighthouse
Beaufort Harbor R. Bridge, St. Helena Sound
Big Paradise Island, Wando River Highway US 17 Bridge, Combahee River
Black River, (south of dunbar) Hobcaw Point, Wandow River
Bluff Point, Wadmalaw River Limehouse Bridge, Outer Coast
Bluffton, May River Little River (town)
Breach Inlet, Outer Coast Little River Neck, Dunn Sound
Broad Creek, Hilton Head Island McClellanville, Jeremy Creek
Brown Island, S. Santee River Musselboro Island, Mosquito Creek
Charleston (Customhouse Wharf) Myrtle Beach, Springmaid Pier
Cherry Grove, (inside) N. Santee Brg., Outer Coast
Cumberland, Sampit River N. Santee River Inlet, Outer Coast
Daufuskie Landing, Daufuskie Island Oak Branch, Bohicket Creek
Dawho Bridge, North Edisto River Paris Island, Beaufort River
Dawho River, N. Edisto River Pawley's Island, Outer Coast
Dunn Sound, Little River Inlet Rockville, Bohicket Creek
Eddings Point Crk., St. Helena Sound South Dewees Island, Dewees Inlet
Edisto Marina, Big Bay Creek South Island Ferry ICWW
Elliott Cut, Stono River Station Creek, West End
Fields Point, Combahee River Summerhouse Point, Bull River
Folly Island, Outer Coast The Cove,Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor
Folly River, (below bridge) Wachesaw Landing, Waccamaw River
Fort Fremont, Beaufort River Wappoo Crk. Br., Ashley River
Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor Willtown Bluff, S. Edisto River
Fripp Inlet, Hunting Island Bridge Yauhannah Bridge, Great Pee Dee River