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Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters

Myrtle Beach Guide Service offers private fishing charters for the Myrtle Beach area including Murrells Inlet, Pawleys Island, and Georgetown.

Myrtle Beach Guide Service offers private fishing charters for anglers of all ages and skill levels. We specialize in Shallow Water Sight Fishing, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Inshore and Nearshore Fishing Charters in the Myrtle Beach area including Murrells Inlet, Pawleys Island, and Georgetown South Carolina.

Captain Jordan Pate is US Coast Guard Certified and a native to the Myrtle Beach area. As a full time fishing guide with over 30 years of experience fishing the local waters, Captain Jordan works hard to make sure your fishing trip is a memorable one.

Myrtle Beach is often overlooked by many visitors as a world class fishing destination. The Grand Strand is more commonly known for its oceanfront resorts, beautiful beaches, friendly southern hospitality, and golf but just a few miles to the south of Myrtle Beach lies one of the largest stretches of undeveloped coastline along the entire East Coast. Nearly 60 miles of uninhabited barrier islands and pristine saltwater estuaries offer anglers exceptional fishing options year around.

Target Species

We offer Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters for all Saltwater Gamefish

Red Drum

Year Around

Red Drum (also known as Redfish, Spottail Bass, or Channel Bass) are the most abundant of all inshore game fish species here in Myrtle Beach.

Tarpon

Summer – Fall

Tarpon fishing is the ultimate challenge for any angler and the Myrtle Beach area is blessed to have some world class tarpon fishing just a few miles to the south.

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Flounder

Spring – Summer – Fall

Flounder fishing is very popular here in Myrtle Beach due to a healthy population and the excellent table fare these fish offer; therefore we offer fishing charters that target flounder.

speckled trout fishing myrtle beach

Speckled Trout

Year Around

Speckled Trout fishing is a popular target for many anglers since they are so common and generally easy to catch. Areas close to Myrtle Beach that have some of the best speckled trout fishing are Murrells Inlet, Pawleys Island, Winyah Bay, and Cape Romain.

Cobia

Spring – Summer – Fall

Cobia is a favorite target for many South Carolina anglers, and throughout the Southeastern seaboard. Due to their fantastic fighting ability and their willingness to eat an artificial lure, live bait, or a fly it’s no wonder why Cobia are such a popular fish here in Myrtle Beach.

shark fishing myrtle beach

Sharks

Spring – Summer – Fall

Sharks are the ultimate predator and are a lot of fun to catch using light-heavy tackle. Here in Myrtle Beach, we have a large population of Sharks and anglers usually do not have to wait long before the rod bends and the drag starts screaming.

“My son and I have fished many places together. This was his first time fishing the SC lowcountry. All in all…it was a great day. I have fished with more guides than I can count and Jordan knows his stuff! We are looking forward to fishing with him again!”
Jamie Orders - Baltimore MD.

FISHING REPORTS

Stay up to date with updated fishing reports from Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach Fishing Report – Fall 2016

Fishing in the Myrtle Beach area has been fantastic this Fall! Hurricane Matthew made landfall on Oct 8th, 2016 near McClellanville and the eye passed [...]

Summer Fishing Report

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Myrtle Beach Fishing Report – April 2016

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