Captain Andrew Mahoney is a full-time fishing guide, raised fishing the waters around Hilton Head Island. He spends more than 300 days a year guiding guests to world class fishing in the Lowcountry. Over the years the Lowcountry marsh has become his home and his passion, and he has dedicated his life to finding the best times and locations to sight cast to hungry fish. A true guide in a world of charter captains, Captain Drew is committed to showing you Hilton Head the way Mother Nature intended it.
Be poled across beautiful Lowcountry flats in HHI on the Fly’s Mitzi Skiff. The Mitzi Skiff is one of the shallowest drafting skiffs on the market. Often redfish seem to love pushing the limits between water and land, making most sight casting opportunities happen in mere inches of water. Frequenting the flats more than any microskiff on the Island, HHI on the Fly's Mitzi Skiff’s shallow draft and light weight will allow you to get closer to fish than you’ve ever been before... Now it's up to you!
- -Temple Fork Outfitters 7 and 8 weight ticrx Rod
- Sage 3800 CF Reel
- -Sage Method 8 weight Rod
- Sage 4580 Reel
- -TFO 9 and 10 weight signature series rod
Sage 3510 CF Reel
-Spinning Rods and Reels by Shimano
WHAT TO BRING
Wear your shade
The boat is a skiff, in order to be as comfortable as possible on the boat we suggest bringing a hat that covers your ears and neck. Polarized sunglasses can be the determining factor in you catching a fish of a lifetime. Copper lens is best for the color of our water.
Bring drinks or any kind of snack you may want . A cooler full of ice will be aboard the boat to keep them cold.
UV rays come from two different angles when on the water. Enjoy the rest of your time in the Low Country, and don’t spend it scorched by the sun.