Deep Sea Fishing in Myrtle Beach: An Expert Guide

Myrtle Beach is a great destination for deep-sea fishing and charter fishing. With its abundance of water sports and opportunities for deep-sea fishing trips, it's no wonder why so many people flock to the area. From watching shrimp fishing to sailing above artificial reefs, there's something for everyone. You can even fish for sharks, mahis, grouper, tuna, trout and more.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced angler, one of the deep-sea fishing charters in Myrtle Beach is sure to be a blast. Little River Fishing Fleet has been the area's leader in deep-sea fishing charters and open boat fishing trips since 1985. You can explore deep-sea fishing areas up to 15 miles from the coast and catch a variety of species, from sharks to sea bass, spotted trout, snapper, black tuna, grouper, wahoo, rudder fish and flounder. For an even more exciting experience, you can take a 24-hour fishing trip to the Gulf Stream. This trip takes you up to 55 miles from the coast and allows you to fish for red snapper, vermilion snapper, pink snapper and more.

You can also explore other attractions near North Myrtle Beach such as Sunset Beach, the Waccamaw River, Murrells Inlet, North Myrtle Beach, North Carolina, Grand Strand, Ocean Isle Beach SC, Harbourgate Marina and Intracoastal Waterway. If you're looking for an even longer trip, you can take a 12-hour fishing trip to the Gulf Stream in Myrtle Beach. This trip takes you up 55 miles offshore to catch red snapper, vermilion snapper, pink snapper and other species. You'll get to enjoy the beautiful Atlantic Ocean while crossing the coasts of North Carolina and South Carolina.

The Hurricane Fishing Fleet is another great option for deep-sea fishing in Myrtle Beach. With over 60 years of experience fishing on the East Coast, they'll take you to the best places to catch plenty of 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. On one of these trips I was able to catch 3 black bass and a spotted tail pin along with many other undersized black sea bass. So if you're looking for an exciting adventure that will take you out on the open seas in search of some of the most abundant fish species in the area, then deep-sea fishing in Myrtle Beach is definitely worth considering.

Pamela Taschereau
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