For deep-sea fishing in North Myrtle Beach and charter fishing in Myrtle Beach, there's no better place to do it. The area where you'll be fishing at one of these deep-sea fishing activities is filled with a variety of water sports and opportunities for deep-sea fishing trips. Explore deep-sea fishing areas, watch shrimp fishing and sail above artificial reefs. Whether you're fishing on the high seas or during snapper season, taking a trip fishing for mackerel or want to fish for sharks, there's something for everyone and the chance to catch tons of species, from mahis to grouper, tuna, sharks and trout.
Whether you're a beginner or a longtime fishing expert, one of these Myrtle Beach deep-sea fishing charters will be a blast. Little River Fishing Fleet has been the Myrtle Beach area's leader in deep-sea fishing charters and open boat fishing trips since 1985.Your trip takes place up to 15 miles from the coast, where you can fish for everything from sharks to sea bass, spotted trout, snapper, black tuna, grouper, wahoo, rudder fish and flounder. A trip on one of these boat adventures is sure to be a blast, taking you to some of the most abundant fishing grounds in the area. We offer party boats in the Myrtle Beach area, boats for rent, deep-sea, coastal and offshore fishing.
%26 steam charterers in the Gulf with a Calabash fishing fleet. This 24-hour fishing trip to the Gulf Stream takes us up to 55 miles from the coast and allows us to fish primarily for red snapper, vermilion snapper, pink snapper and many more. Other notable attractions near North Myrtle Beach include Sunset Beach, the Waccamaw River, Murrells Inlet, North Myrtle Beach, North Carolina, Grand Strand, Ocean Isle Beach SC, Harbourgate Marina, Intracoastal Waterway and more. This 12-hour fishing trip to the Gulf Stream in Myrtle Beach takes us up 55 miles offshore to catch red snapper, vermilion snapper, pink snapper and other species.
Crossing the coasts of North Carolina and South Carolina, the Atlantic Ocean is absolutely beautiful and worth embarking on one of these fishing trips in Myrtle Beach. With more than 60 years of experience fishing on the East Coast, the Hurricane Fishing Fleet will place you in the best places to catch the most fish. These tours with light tackle and light rods are suitable for beginners and allow you to enjoy a day of fishing in North Myrtle Beach and southeastern North Carolina. I didn't expect to catch much, but I was able to catch 3 black bass and a spotted tail pin, along with many other undersized black sea bass.
The further you travel, the more fish you can catch, conserve and take with you to the dock.