Inshore Fishing Charters

 Serving Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Pawleys Island, and Georgetown, South Carolina

The majority of our fishing trips will depart from Georgetown, SC, only 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach. Departure from Georgetown gives us the opportunity to fish nearly 60 miles of undeveloped coastline, one of the largest on the East Coast. This area is rich in wildlife, history, and gamefish.  Most often, we will be fishing in less than two feet of water so no worries of sea sickness.

Our goal is to make your Myrtle Beach fishing adventure fun and enjoyable. While we work hard to catch fish for our clients, our number one priority is safety. Each fishing charter is very hands on and personalized to the angler’s skill level and preference of target species. Kids and grown ups of all ages are welcome. 1-4 Anglers per trip (depending on the total weight of the crew). While we advocate catch and release for certain species like red drum, other species like flounder, sheepshead, black drum, and sea trout make excellent table fare.

What We Provide

  • Quality Fishing Rods and Tackle
  • Cooler with Ice and Water
  • South Carolina fishing license
  • Photos of your fishing trip
  • Fish Cleaning

What to Bring

  • Hat, Polarized Sunglasses, Sunscreen (please avoid spray sunscreens)
  • Food, Drinks (please no glass)
  • Boat shoes with non-marking soles
  • Appropriate clothing for the season / Rain gear if needed


1/2 Day

$4004 hours
  • 1-3 people

3/4 Day

$5006 hours
  • 1-3 people

Full Day

$6008 hours
  • 1-3 people
  • Each additional angler $50 (4 max)
  • All major credit cards accepted
  • $100 deposit required to reserve a fishing charter

Popular Fishing Charters

Myrtle Beach offers a variety of fishing charters to choose from. Kids and novice anglers are always welcome!

Tarpon Fishing

June – October

The Myrtle Beach area is home to world class tarpon fishing from June – October.

Back Country Redfish


Redfishing is excellent year-round, particularly in the shallow estuaries just south of Myrtle Beach.

Speckled Trout


Fishing for speckled trout is fun for anglers of all skill levels.

Surf Fishing

August – November

Numerous Barrier Islands lie just to the south of Myrtle Beach and offer great opportunities to catch giant redfish in the surf.

Shark Fishing

May – October

Sharks are very plentiful along the shores of Myrtle Beach and they are a favorite target for the kids.

Flounder Fishing

March – November

Flounder are plentiful in the nearshore estuaries near Myrtle Beach using light tackle.

Reserve a Fishing Charter

Please contact us with any questions, comments, or to book a fishing trip

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