Myrtle Beach Fishing
Myrtle Beach fishing has a lot to offer with an easy access to the Atlantic Ocean, many creeks, ponds and Intracoastal Waterway. If you have your own rod and fishing equipment that's great, but if you don't you can rent or purchase at sporting goods store, on the piers, or any other local bait and tackle shop.
Myrtle Beach deep sea fishing is a valuable experience, different types of large fishes can bring you a true adventure to remember for years.
Individuals 16 years old and up need a saltwater license to fish in public waters, but not from Myrtle Beach piers, in your paid fishing pass is included fishing permit.
Go Fishing on Myrtle Beach Charters
For more information about license and fees visit S.C. Department of Natural Resources website, or call 1-866-714-3611.
Fishing is a fun activity that you can enjoy on your vacation in Myrtle Beach, plenty to discover for beginner or a long time fisherman.
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These who comes fishing in Myrtle Beach regularly know that some nice large fish can be caught on South Carolina coast.
If you don't have your own boat, you can go fishing on party boat with large groups, but if you are more serious fisherman and ready to spend a little bit more money go on a private charter with average 6 fishermen per boat.
Usually you can choose between short half day or a full day trips, some local charters takes a special requests such as night fishing.
Depending on the season it can be caught many types of fish in Myrtle Beach area, the most common is snapper, black sea bass, large sea bass, wahoo, king mackerel, redfish, bluefish, sheepshead, shark, flounder, dolphin and many more.
In a busy tourist season private Myrtle beach fishing charters are booked in advance, so it would be a good idea to make reservations few days or even couple weeks earlier.
Right equipment is not always enough when you want to catch nice fish, you need to have some knowledge about fishing conditions too.
The most active fish feed time is when changing light and tides, which mean the best fishing time can be when tide changing at the sunrise and sunset. More tips for fishing in Myrtle Beach
Besides fishing Myrtle Beach area's waters are popular for boating, cruise boats, sightseeing trips where you most likely will hear interesting stories, learn about history, or have a closer look to a wildlife. Have fun exploring South Carolina's waters and I'm gone fishing!
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