Cape Romain is located a short drive north of Charleston and about and a little over an hour south of Myrtle Beach. Cape Romain is a 66,000-acre National Wildlife Refuge and is by far our premier fishery and my personal favorite place to fish. The Cape Romain and Bulls Bay area is some of the most untouched and difficult to navigate water in South Carolina. This make the fish much less pressured and you will feel far away from it all on your day on the water. It is rare to see more than four or five boats in a day in this area and most are shrimper or crabbers. The historical town of McClellanville is located on its western edge. This area has some of the most stunning scenery the low country has to offer with great fishing to go along with the scenery. Cape Romain is an excellent option for any fly or light tackle angler. To access this area we will launch from Buck Hall Landing just south of Mcclellanville.