Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters
We offer fishing charters for the whole family, with the primary goal of making your Myrtle Beach fishing trip fun and educational for the kids. While keeping comfort and safety in mind, we work hard to teach the younger fisherman the fundamentals of fishing and to appreciate the our natural resources. There is nothing more enjoyable than seeing the smile on a kids face after doing battle with a big fish.
South Carolina Tarpon season lasts from May – Oct. Tarpon migrate along the coast of Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand and can be caught along the beaches, inlets, and the Winayh Bay jetties. Tarpon season peaks in late Summer through early Fall when multiple shots of Tarpon are common during the mullet migration. Prime fishing times book up fast so be sure and reserve a spot early.
Shark fishing is fun and exciting for fisherman of all ages. Sharks are abundant in the coastal estuaries and inlets near Myrtle Beach and can be caught regularly during the Summer months. Common species of sharks the we catch are spinner sharks, black tip sharks, bull sharks, and sandbar sharks and size ranges from 5lbs to 80lbs and even bigger. Shark fishing charters are great for the whole family and kids in particular.
Redfish are South Carolina’s most abundant game fish and can be caught in nearly every body of water that holds salinity. With their great numbers and ferocious fighting reputation, Redfish are the primary target on most of our fishing charters in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The best fishing areas are on the southern end of the Grand Strand, Murrells Inlet, Winyah Bay, and Cape Romain.
About Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand
The resort area of Myrtle Beach, also known as the Grand Strand, is most widely known for its beautiful beaches, friendly southern hospitality, tourist attractions, and shopping but its also located in a prime fishing location. The best fishing takes place on the southern end of the Grand Strand, therefore most of our fishing charters depart from Murrells Inlet, Georgetown, or McClellanville.
Surf fishing along the beaches of Myrtle Beach can be very productive for anglers that do not have access to a boat, particularly in late Summer and early Fall. There are also numerous fishing piers in Myrtle Beach, many of which have tackle shops that sell fishing fishing licenses, fishing equipment, and bait.
Nearshore Fishing options are plentiful in the Myrtle Beach area. King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Spade Fish are very abundant in the near coastal waters leaving from Murrells Inlet or Georgetown. Inshore species like Redfish, Trout and Flounder and available year round and Kids Shark Fishing Trips are also available for the the more family oriented trips. Tarpon are also common on the South Carolina coast from May-Oct.
Offshore and deep sea fishing in South Carolina is exceptional, particularly in April, May, and June for pelagic species like tuna, mahi mahi, wahoo, sailfish, and blue marlin. The are many private offshore fishing boats to choose from and many can be contacted thru the local marinas, Little River Fishing Fleet, Georgetown Landing Marina and Capt Dicks are good places to start. There are also several Head Boat operations that can carry up to 50 passengers which is often more affordable than a private offshore fishing charter. Several reputable deep sea fishing head boats in the Myrtle Beach area can be booked through Capt. Dicks and the Little River Fishing Fleet.
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