The Best Light Tackle Inshore Fishing Charters In Myrtle Beach SC with Captain Keith Logan and North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters. Captain Keith had some awesome day of fishing this week. Good catches of Red Drum aka”Redfish”, Speckled Sea Trout and Black Drum alone with a few Flounder.
The weather has been great for Charter Fishing In Myrtle Beach this week. It has been in the upper 60’s to low 70’s. This make good water temperature at 64 degrees for the redfish. Like the cooler water and this keep them schooled up and the action HOT!!!
The redfish bite has been very good the last few weeks with good numbers of redfish been caught and CPR “Catch, Photo, Released” due to being under over our slot limit. Both size redfish are fun to catch on Light Tackle and put a great fight. The action had been good on Live bait as well as artificial baits too. The bite has been really based on the tide again this week too.
If you are planning to do some Inshore Fishing in Myrtle Beach you need to have the time plan your trip around the tides to get in on the best bite. Captain Keith unlike other charter captain in the area only runs one charter day this time year so that he can put his customer on the best possible bite with the tides. It is very rare this time of year that we can catch the tide where we can fish both morning and afternoon charters with the best tide to catch the best bite. Just aware of this when you are booking a fishing charter to make sure you are getting took fishing and not for a boat ride.
charter fishing in myrtle beach sc speckled sea troutSpeckled Sea Trout bite over the last few days has picked up a lot. Our trip on Saturday we caught eight trout with two very nice keepers. This should only get better this week as the weather seem to be staying more stable this week. We have been catching them on both live and artificial baits. This bite also has been driven by the tide too.
The Black Drum bite has been very good on the days the current has not been ripping. When we have catch the current not ripping the black drum bite has been on fire with up to twenty fish being caught. Most are keeper size in the fifteen to seventeen-inch size range. This makes for a good eating fish. Fresh shrimp seem to be the key to catching them.
Flounder are starting to show up in the places we are catching redfish. Most are still under size at this time. We are still catching a few keeper here and there too. This will only get better as the weeks goes by. End of April and in to May is our best time of year to catch flounder as we catch good number of flounder.
Call Captain Keith to book your Light Tackle Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charter at 843-907-0064. If Captain Keith does not answer than means he is out on a charter catching fish with his customer. Out of courtesy to his current charter customer on the boat he does not take call as other captain will do in area. Captain Keith fill this takes away from their trip. He will give you a call back after 6:00 pm or you can use our online booking calendar to see what dates he has open and book it online before someone else does. Click to book online at Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charter
Fishing Charters In Myrtle Beach SC does not get any better than with Captain Keith Logan and North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters!