Living the ‘Skiff Life”

Fishing hard. Playing harder. Cruising the skinniest of water, or heading out miles away from shore into the blue water. Doing the heavy lifting and transporting the goods for a job. Spending quality time with family and friends on a secluded beach. Watersports? Yep, you do that too. Scuba diving over a wreck in the bay. Snorkeling over a reef on the lookout for a lobster dinner.

Going Flat for Great Fishing

Flats fishing, Just the thought brings to mind the sight of big fish cruising over ultra-shallow water. Your mind also might wander to explosive surface feeding activity as the fish gang bait up on top of the flats. Every inshore angler should know the basics of flats fishing. Flats might not be the most abundant and predominant habitat in your area. What does appeal about flats is that predator species gravitate to them to feed.

Ultra Elite Series, Carolina Skiff

Carolina Skiff’s new Ultra Elite series is actually three boats in one, allowing boaters, anglers and their families to explore lakes and bays, coastal estuaries and tidal creeks as well

Skiff-style boat launching

With an overall length of 19 feet and weighing just 1,660 pounds (without power) the Carolina Skiff 198 DLV is the perfect choice for novice or seasoned anglers looking to venture inshore saltwater fishing.

Looking for a Boat that will Work for You? Well, look no Further.

Carolina Skiff has the boat for you. And a great, family friendly choice is the JVX family of boats, available in the Center Console (CC), Side Console (SC) and Super Shallow (SS) series.

Skiff-ing into shallow water

Part of the reward in owning a skiff is the versatile craft’s go-anywhere capabilities. Skiffs are great for venturing into quiet backwater estuaries for viewing wildlife or fishing. On the same adventure,

Safety Check your Carolina Skiff

Over time the skiff has expanded its inshore saltwater boating role from workboat to functional rig for enjoying water sports by the entire family.

Solve the ‘Dog Days’ Dilemma With These Inshore Tricks

  Solve the ‘Dog Days’ Dilemma With These Inshore Tricks By Capt. Gus Cane   Summer time is prime time for saltwater anglers, especially those who love to sight-fish trophy game in skinny water. The bait is plentiful, the fish are aggressive and the action can be fast and furious. Until it gets too hot, […]