Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Report

The Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing has been on fire the last week with a good bite of Redfish “aka Red Drum”, Black Drum, Speckled Sea Trout, and few Flounder coming out to play. The warm weather has the water temperature in the low 60’s and this has the fish feeding right now. Look like we will have warm weather this week too so the bite should continue on and get even better as the week goes on. We still have a few days open if you would like to get in on a good Redfish and Black Drum actions this week.myrtle beach inshore fishing charters redfish

On our Light Tackle Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters, we have been able to some good school of redfish on the right tides. We have been catching anywhere from twenty to thirty redfish in a few hours. The number we catch seem to be based on tides and the angler able to pick up on the bite and cast to them. This should continue on for a few more week as the water will warm up and they will no long be schooled up. Most of the redfish we have been catching are either under or over our slot limit. This are fun to catch and put a good fight, but we have to release them back to water to live another day. We CPR them “Catch, Photo, Release”.

The Black Drum are biting good too. We are find them mixed in the area the that we are catching the redfish in. Somedays have been better than other on the Black Drum. Where we have been catching ten to fifteen per trip with most of them being keepers. This bite also should only get better as the warm keeps getting warmer over the next few weeks.

Speckled Sea Trout bite has been good one day and the next not been able to find them around. The water is starting to get a little on warm side for them now. On the days, we have found them we have been catching good numbers of them. We have caught some in the four to six-pound range last week too.

Flounder are starting to show up too, with most being under size right now. Want be long before the keepers move in to shallow water and we start catching them.

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 an awesome light tackle set up for fishing in backwaters of North Carolina and South Carolina. And will give you a good fight to remember for a life time.

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. If Captain Keith does not answer than means he is out on a charter catching fish with his customer as he does not like to take calls when he out with his charter customer. He will give you a call back after 6:00 pm or you can use our online booking calendar to see what dates he is open and book it before someone else does. Book online at Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters :

Inshore Fishing In Myrtle Beach SC does not get any better than with Captain Keith and North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters.