Inshore Fishing in Myrtle Beach SC with Captain Steve Fennell on the 24' Blue Wave Bay Boat. This boat fishes 4 adults very comfortably.
He operates his charters in a brand new 2019 Blue Wave 2400 Pure Bay boat that is equipped with all the equipment to help be successful on every charter. The boat is out fitted with MotorGuide Xi5 trolling motor, humminbird helix 9 with side scan, power pole and three live wells to carry enough live bait for any situation. Captain Steve And his tournament partner fish the IFA Redfish Tour and Won 1st Place in the Georgetown IFA Tournament April 2018. He continues to fish the IFA tournaments as well as several King Mackerel tournaments through the year. He continues to share his experience with charters guest and fellow anglers.
Captain Steve is a long time member of Coastal Convervation Association and is an advocate for ensuring that our fish stock stay strong through size limits, catch and release and working with other charter captains to keep our industry thriving and sustainable for future generations. This is some thing he strongly believes in sense he started fishing with his father as a young boy and has seen many changes in the fishing industry and fishing regulations consistently changing.
Myrtle Beach Yacht Club
714 Highway 17 North
Little River, SC, 29566
We will pick up you at the fuel dock.
There is guest parking up front when you turn in to Yacht Club please park there... Park there and walk down to the marina and the fuel dock will be to your right. We will pick you up at the fuel dock. We ask that you be there 10 minutes before your charter starts.
Disclaimer: We are not responsible for items that may get wet or broken and request you keep all cameras and phones in a water proof bag until ready to be use them on this Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters.
Come READ our fishing reports on FaceBook
"Highly recommend we caught so many fish!!! Thankyou again Captain Keith for making our vacation a memorable one!!!!
Totally worth it"
"Had a great time fishing with Captain Mick and First Mate James. Hooked into some black sea bass, white grunt, and croaker."
"Awesome group of guys went out of there way for us today, thanks captain mick and josh"