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Steve Roff

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    Pawleys Island, South Carolina, United States

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Guide Bio

Join Captain Steve Roff and Barrier Island Guide Service for a fishing trip in South Carolina.  Servicing Mrytle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Garden City, Surfside Beach, Pawleys Island and Georgetown, there are few places in South Carolina where Captain Roff won’t go.  An avid fisherman himself, Captain Roff has won many tournaments catching tarpon, flounder, and red fish.  With over 25 years of experience to back that impressive resume, Captain Roff will be able to offer you pointers to refine your fishing skills, or simply guide you in the right direction and lead you to the best fishing grounds.  Captain Roff also has a special place in his heart for young anglers and prides himself on being able to make the learning experience fun and exciting.  He is a United States Coast Guard Licensed Captain and holds a degree in Marine Science.  If fishing is not your thing, but you would still like a guided trip on the water, Captain Roff also offers island trips for shell collecting, bird and dolphin watching, and tours to the Georgetown lighthouse – perfect for family adventures!

Steve Roff's Reviews

  • T K Alexander

    For a fun, informative, and fish catching day, You cannot do better than Captain Steve Roff, my fishing buddy of over 15 years and I met the Captain at 1Yawkey Way S and put in his very nice Nautistar and proceeded into Winyah Bay in weather that did not bode well. It was dreary, overcast and misting. The Captain was disappointed that he didn’t have any live bait. Frankly, if we had done any better, I wouldn’t have made it. The two bright spots in the day were the Captain and my last fish, a 45″ ocean-run redfish complete with his own remora. We caught 4 or 5 redfish, the smallest was 36″, 5 or 6 sharks, one about a 4′ Atlantic Sharpnose, and 7 or 8 large rays, most with about 3′ spans and some my first cow face rays. A great day, October 29, 2019 with a great captain, especially for an AKA (above the knee amputee).

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