Brays offers a productive year-round fishery for fly or spin fishermen. Surrounded by over 20 miles of tidal estuaries, the fishing at Brays Island offers redfish year-round, as well as seasonal runs of cobia, trout, black drum, jack crevalles, tarpon, flounder, lady fish and Spanish mackerel. In addition, the island has saltwater ponds drawing redfish, speckled trout and flounder, plus freshwater ponds with a variety of species including trophy large-mouth bass, bream, hybrid bass and catfish.
Fly fishing clinics are regularly offered, and many licensed guides in the area can help you access the marshes and estuaries on the Atlantic. In addition, excursions for blue crab, oysters, clams and shrimp are routine events at Brays in the various seasons. Boating enthusiasts enjoy private boat storage, a ramp and docks with direct access to the Broad River, Port Royal Sound and Atlantic Ocean.
On site at Brays Island are two local fishing guides who are available for both fresh & saltwater trips. All ages welcome.