Frequently Asked Questions

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What are your hours? We take calls from 7am to 9pm every day. Deliveries are subject to scheduling.


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Do you have a storefront? No. That is the primary reason our prices are so low.


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Can I order on-line?  In order to avoid inventory and satisfaction issues, we personally take every order. Just call 843-315-4567.


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How do we get our equipment? We deliver locally, free of charge.


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Where can we kayak or paddleboard, if we are not staying near the water?  You can plan ahead, scheduling a "put-in". We can schedule a time to meet you with all of your equipment.


Tom Crocker Landing on Pawleys Island. 

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Pawleys Island - South End

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Do I need shoes to paddle in the salt marsh creeks? Footwear in the creek is a good idea. The water is dark and contains oysters and other unseen objects that could injure your feet.


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How long is a "rental day"?  A residential delivery is 24 hours. A "put-in" day is any period of time between morning and sunset.


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We rented equipment from another company and didn't realize a life-jacket and paddle weren't included. They won't bring it until tomorrow!? Call us and we will try and help you (this time). 


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Do you have fishing kayaks? We have some kayaks that are equipped with rod holders and have a space for a light tackle box. You must plan ahead and special request these.


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Do alligators live in the saltmarsh creek behind Pawleys Island? Alligators do not tolerate saltwater well and prefer freshwater or brackish locations like Huntington Beach State Park.


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What size are the crab traps? Our crab trap rentals are (Traditional) large 2' x 2' crab traps. They come with a rope, float, and "iron". The iron is the square metal weight around the bottom, which keeps it in place. Crab traps may also be purchased.


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What are the crab line kits?  Our crab line kits contain six weighted crab lines with handles, a long handled dip net, and a five gallon bucket. These rentals must accompany other deliveries.