Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing

Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters

 Inshore Fishing Charters

The fall Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing is about in full swing. We are catching good number Redfish, Black Drum, Speckled Trout on our charters last week. As the water keeps cooling off the bite will just keep getting better.

 Black Drum

We have had some awesome days catching Black Drum on fresh shrimp in about 25 feet of water, about a hour before and after the tide changes when the tide starts to slow down. We have caught up to 66 on one of our four Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters. With the average been around 40 Black Drum. We are allowed to keep five Black Drum per person that have to be in a slot of 14″ to 27″ .

 Red Drum

Just over slot Red Drum AKA Redfish are showing up in good number in the backwater creeks and estuaries. We have been having good day catching 10 plus redfish on some of our Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Trips. Most are 27″ to 32″ witch make a good fight on a Light Tackle Penn reels and rods. They same to be liking live Mullet and Gulp shrimp fish right up next to the grass or in deep hole.

 Bull Red Drum

It about time for the Running of the Bulls…

That is the Bull Redfish. From mid September to November is the best time of year to catch the Bull Red Drum with it peaking in October. We are starting to catch around three to four per trip. Last week same to get it kick off good for us. The bite is is still hit and miss on the from time to time. It same to do more with the weather and tides as to how the bite will be.

When are are fishing for the Bull Reds we only like to have three people per boat. This give us more room to chase the fish around the boat and allows all three angler to fish at one time on this Myrtle Beach Fishing trip.

Speckled Trout

Speckled Trout bite seems to be better some days and off some days. It has a lot to do with the amount of rain we are getting. If you can go a few days with rain we have some good days catching trout. Most of the them are come off live Shrimp along with the bigger trout off live mullet. Gulp Shrimp seem to be working well on 1/8 jig head too. Inshore Fishing Little River SC has some awesome estuaries to fish in.

 Black Drum

Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters

1/2 Day Charters – 4 Hours

1/2 day four hour Backwater/Inshore for $350.00 for up to three people $50.00 each person over four up to six.

On this half day Backwater Fishing we will be fishing the Intracoastal waterway, rivers backwater creeks, and estuaries. This trip not only offers the opportunity to catch Redfish, Trout, Black Drum, Sheepshead and Flounder, it also offers a great scenic tour of the area’s marshes and wildlife.

Fish species that you may catch are based on the time of year and what is in season at the time of you charter.

Times:

Morning 8:00am to 12:00pm

Afternoon 1:00 to 5:00pm

 handicap accessible fishing charters.

North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters offer handicap accessible fishing charters.

Redfish

All photos are from last week fishing charters. To see more photos from last weeks charters be sure check out facebook page .

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Black Drum

Call us to book your  fishing trip today, as we are booking up fast. Call Captain Keith at 843-907-0064 or book your charter on-line to reserve your tips with us today.

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