Myrtle Beach Fishing

From boat, pier, or surf, Myrtle Beach is a fisherman’s dream come true! Myrtle beach fishing is truly fun fun fun!

It’s been a while since I’ve fished but I grew up fishing almost everyday in the summer. I can remember as if it were yesterday, myself my cousin and a few friends would all get are poles, tackle, and bait and head for the beach. This all took place up North in Connecticut, back home where I was originally born and raised. So I still know what it feels like to love fishing.

Surf Fishing

Surf fishing is the most “friendly” form of the sport, since you only need to bring a rod and reel to the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. With year-round access to the beach, common catches from the surf which can be plentiful include bluefish, flounder, whiting, spot, pompano, and channel bass.

With a simple tackle rig and a bucket for bait and catch in hand, surf anglers can be spotted along the coastline at just about anytime of the year. But if you’re serious about snagging dinner for the family, the less humid fall months are best for this type of fishing, especially when the sea is relatively calm.

Experienced surf casters suggest using fresh shrimp, minnows, or whiting (not more than 3 inches long) as bait. For best results consult tide tables and hit the beach at low tide. If you can discern a slough, pool, or drop-off, cast into that area; it’s often 2 feet or more deeper than the surrounding water. Now comes the fun part…. Just sit back, watch, and wait for the big bite!

"Myrtle beach fishing" can be done inshore or offshore whichever is more convenient for you.

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