Myrtle Beach Fishing

Fishing Myrtle Beach

Wow what great summer for Myrtle Beach Fishing!!! Sorry we have not had time to post very many fishing reports over the summer as it has been very busy with charters. We run about 120 days straight two trips a day with very few days off because of weather. Now are slowing down to four to five trips a week. And this is the best time of year to fish! The fall fishing is our best time of year for inshore and deep sea fishing. Be on the lookout of upcoming fishing report with more details.

You can always find updates photos and short fishing reports on our Facebook page at: North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters here we can post photo and fishing reports from our phones while we are out fishing. While you are checking out our photos and the Myrtle Beach Fishing Reports be sure to like and fellow our page.

Inshore Fishing Charters

This was a great summer for our Inshore Fishing in Myrtle Beach. We had a good bite of Speckled Sea Trout and Red Drum aka Redfish all summer long. The Flounder and Black Drum bite seem to be slower this summer than most. Not sure way that is. But we did manage to still catch some. I’ll be getting a summary of the summer fishing up soon and some photo to go with it.

Deep Sea Fishing Charters

The Deep Sea Fishing In Myrtle Beach was great too. The half day nearshore fishing for Spanish Mackerel showed up in good numbers this summer too and some good size one too. The Sharks bite good also summer with most been in the 80 to 120 pound size range. The ¾ day offshore trips produced some good numbers of King Mackerel and some very good size one too. Deep Sea fishing was good for bottoming fishing on the full day trips.

Give us a call to get your Myrtle Beach Fishing trip booked at 843-907-0064 or book online at: Myrtle Beach Fishing

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