Fishing Charters in Myrtle Beach
Fishing in Myrtle Beach and The Grand Strand
If you are looking for year-round fishing from one of the most well-established tourist hotspots in the United States, you don’t need to look further than Myrtle Beach. With easy access to a wide variety of waters and heaps of entertainment for the family, it is easy to see why Myrtle Beach fishing is something worth traveling for.
The Myrtle Beach/Grand Strand area offers nearly 100 fishing charters. From Cherry Grove to Georgetown, Intracoastal Waterway to deep sea fishing, you’ll find the charter to fit what your fishing needs and budget.
The best thing about inshore fishing in Myrtle Beach is that there’s never a bad time to enjoy it. You can fish for Redfish and Speckled Trout year-round in these waters. In spring, Flounder, Cobia, and Sharks appear on the scene. They are joined shortly thereafter by Tarpon, meaning you can experience superb fishing through fall.
The inshore waters surrounding Myrtle Beach and extending to the south are home to many sought-after species. You can catch Redfish, Black Drum, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Cobia, Tarpon, and a variety of Sharks, depending on the season.
You can enjoy great offshore fishing within just 10 miles of shore. Bottom fishing near reefs will bring you Black Seabass, Spanish Mackerel, Porgies, and Sharks. Trolling these waters is a great way to catch Barracuda, Mahi Mahi, and more. Heading out slightly farther (15 to 20 miles) allows you to catch bigger fish, with the possibility of landing a few different species.
Deep Sea Fishing
If you’re up for an adventure, try deep sea fishing Myrtle Beach. Come cast lines in the Gulf Stream, or book an epic excursion to the Blue Water more than 60 miles offshore. You can fish the depths for scrumptious bottom fish or chase down that trophy on your bucket list. There are endless opportunities out here, and no shortage of Myrtle Beach deep sea fishing charters to help you find them.