Waterproof Charts - Fishing Charts for Carolinas/Georgia Region
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Charleston S.C. to North Florida - Model 99F
Large print and place names make this detailed chart very clear and easy-to-read. Providing offshore coverage from the Charleston Light south to 30 miles south of Jacksonville, Florida and offshore approximately 70 miles, this side of the chart also includes the eight Navy Towers. The reverse side covers the coastal area off of Hilton Head and Savannah out to the Hunting Island Reef (60' depth). A total of 329 GPS coordinates are indexed and plotted for reefs and wrecks, artificial reefs hard bottom areas, lights, buoys and fishing and diving areas. Plus, each site is plotted in its exact position so you can see its position relative to other sites, land and harbors. Information from 3 NOAA Charts; 11480, 11509 and 11513. GPS Datum.
Savannah to St. Catherine's Sound - Georgia - Model 97F
If you’re going to fish anywhere in the Savannah area, you will certainly want this chart to refer to. Providing complete inshore angling opportunities from Savannah to St. Catherine's Sound, up the Medway River, North Newport River as well as Tybee Island, this chart also details all backwater creeks and marsh areas. This unique chart also pinpoints specific areas for the major species caught in that area, trout, redfish, sharks, flounder, tarpon and more. Complete list of all of the boat ramps and info from at least two NOAA charts.
Hilton Head - Model 93F
This detailed chart provides complete inshore coverage from the Coosaw River to Hilton Head and Daufuskie Island, including information for all backwater creeks and flats. This special chart also details all of the oyster rakes along with mud flats showing specific areas for the species caught in the area: cobia, redfish, trout, mackerel, flounder, sharks and tarpon. A complete list of all of the area boat ramps with GPS coordinates for use on your automobile's GPS system. Information collected from four NOAA Charts: 11512, 11513, 11516, and 11517.