Murrells Inlet, South Carolina Fishing Charters
“Speckled” Trout are very abundant in Murrells Inlet which can be caught year around. The best fishing season for Speckled Trout, however, is the late fall and early winter when they school up and fill the intels. Trolling artificial lures, throwing top-water plugs, or floating live shrimp is a popular and very effective method for catching trout in Murrells Inlet.
Murrells Inlet, South Carolina is a flounder fishing hot spot which typically gets going in early April and will last thru the late fall. The average size of flounder caught in Murrells Inlet are generally bigger than surrounding areas. A keeper sized flounder not only puts up a heck of a fight, they are the best eating fish around.
We offer fishing charters for the whole family, with the primary goal of making the 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.
About Murrells Inlet
The historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet offer easy access to excellent Inshore and Nearshore opportunities. Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters include fishing the backwater creeks for Trout, Flounder and Redfish as well as the jetties where huge Red Drum can be caught. A handful of nearshore wrecks are within striking distance from Murrells Inlet where King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Flounder, Sheepshead and Spadefish are plentiful. These trips are great for the kids and family to spend a fun and action packed day on the water.
If you are on vacation and would like to escape for a day of fishing, Winyah Bay and Cape Romain are only a short half hour drive to the south. If you have fished this area before you already know that these areas can deliver an unforgettable saltwater fishing experience.
The Waccamaw River parallels the lower end of the Grand Strand and offers a nice change of scenery. Native wildlife includes Alligators, Bald Eagles, Ospreys and other wildlife are common.
The Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk is a popular attraction for visitors and locals alike. The Marsh Walk features a fishing pier, local restaurants and bars, and provides some of the best views of Murrells Inlet.
If you are visiting from out of town and would like to try fishing on your own, stop into Booty’s Outdoors in Murrells Inlet. Their staff is very knowledgeable about what is biting and get set you up with all the right fishing tackle and equipment.
For Local Information and Accommodations, visit www.PawleysIsland.com.