Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Elliott Cut entrance, SC

The Elliott Cut entrance is located near James Island in Charleston County, SC. Elliott Cut branches off from the portion of the Intracoast Waterway that is called Stono River. The cut travels from its entrance on the northwest of James Island towards the Ashely River to the east, dividing James Island to its south from Charleston to its north. James Island is known for its agricultural history that is still present today, as well as for its fishing, shrimping, and its Holiday Festival of Lights. Additionally, the area is known for its proximity to Fort Sumter and for the fighting that occurred there during the Civil War.


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