Fishing Charters in Georgetown, South Carolina
Georgetown is only 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach which offers a variety of fishing charters all year long.
Four main river systems feed the estuaries of Winyah Bay which include the Pee Dee, Waccamaw, Black River, and Sampit. The perfect combination of oxygen and salinity make for a healthy Ecosystem that hosts bountiful wildlife including Alligators, Bald Eagles, Bottlenose Dolphin, Ospreys, Brown Pelicans and saltwater fishes consisting of Red Drum, Speckled Trout, Sheepshead, Flounder, Tarpon, Cobia, Black Drum, King Mackerel, Spadefish and Sharks. The Jetties of Winyah Bay are a hot spot for all species of inshore fishes and on the right day they can serve up the big three species… Cobia, King Mackerel and Tarpon. Huge Flounder can be caught around the rocks of the Georgetown Jetties as well as trophy Red Drum in excess of 30lbs.
North Inlet is a unique Ecosystem which connects to a portion of Winyah Bay. Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder are the primary target in North Inlet and due to its relative isolation, anglers can expect to have many days to themselves. Fishing North Inlet is back country style fishing at its finest!
During the warmer months, Tarpon migrate from thousands of miles away in the Florida Keys to take advantage of the large amount of bait fish that show up in late summer and they will feed ferociously until the water temps fall back into the 70s which typically takes place in early October.
Pawleys Island is located only 15 mins to the north of Georgetown and Myrtle Beach is a short 30 min drive as well. Many vacationers enjoy escaping these resort areas for a day of relaxing and exciting fishing. Come fish with us today and see what this beautiful, unspoiled area has to offer.
Additional Information and Accommodations for these areas can be found at www.Hammockcoassct.com.
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