Inshore Fishing in Myrtle Beach SC in March

March Inshore fishing in Myrtle Beach SC is fun for the whole family. March is here and the winter has not been bad at all. The water temperature stayed in the mid 50’s this year where in the past years it was down to 48. This keep the redfish and trout biting good this winter. The water temperature is now in the upper 50’s in most area we fish and the backwater creeks are in the lower 60’s right now. This is making for some good Light Tackle Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing. We are catching good numbers of redfish, speckled sea trout and black drum now.

The redfish aka “red drum” seem to be liking the warmer days, as this is gets the bait fish are moving around more. We are find that they still want to hit on Berkley Gulp shrimp and crabs on 1/16 and 1/8 oz red x eye Bluewater Candy Jigs. Chartreuse DOA C.A.L Curl Tail with the same jig heads are work just as good too on the warmer days. On the cooler days, the DOA Chartreuse 3” shrimp seems to be doing the trick. The low to rising tide seem to the best tide to fish now for the redfish around oyster beds, docks and shallow areas that have black mud bottoms. Most of the redfish are in the 14” to 20” size range now. Hoping as the water warms up more the bigger slot size fish will be around to play.

black drum

Black drum seems to be hanging with the redfish right now. We are catching the on-Carolina rigs or red jig heads with fresh shrimp. When the water warm up they seem to move to the deeper hole and hang out. They seem to be biting best at hour before low and on the rising tide.

speckled sea trout

Speckled Sea Trout are liking the cooler days. We are catching them on DOA Chartreuse 3” shrimp, moving them very slow on the bottom. We are fishing the being of the falling tide when the water is just being to moving at the creek mouths and the along the oyster banks.

Captain Keith likes fishing with Light Tackle for the redfish, Black Drum and Trout. He likes the Penn Battle II 2000 and 2500 on a Penn Battalion 7’ medium to light rod. with Spiderwire camo braid 10lbs with Berkley Pro Spec Fluorocarbon in 12lbs. This makes for a awesome light tackle set up for fishing in backwaters of North Carolina and South Carolina.

North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters Prices for Inshore fishing. Special for March $350.00 for up to three people for four hours and $50.00 for each additional person up to six.

If you are looking to book a Light Tackle Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charter Captain Keith still has some days open this week and next. Give him a call at 843-907-0064 or book online at Inshore Fishing in Myrtle Beach SC

North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters and Captain Keith Logan is as good as it get when it comes to Inshore Fishing In Myrtle Beach SC in March.


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