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SC Fishing and Hunting Regulations

Georgetown, SC Pier

Fishing: You can fish year round in South Carolina’s numerous lakes, rivers and stream. As well as surf casting and deep sea fishing all along the Atlantic Shore.

South Carolina Fishing License

Non-resident annual freshwater license-$35
Seven day non-residents license- $11
Salt water stamp-$5.50
There is no charge for children under 16 years.

South Carolina Hunting

In South Carolina you can hunt for quail, dove, wild turkey, boar, duck, white tailed deer, rabbit, and fox.

South Carolina Hunting License

Non-residents annual license- $100
10 day (consecutive) license- $50
3 day (consecutive) license- $25
Wildlife Management Area- $76
Non-residents big game-$89
Duck stamp-$5.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hilton Head Boat dock by Terrin in Virginia
Georgetown Pier Photo by Rhonda Thompson