Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters

Miscellaneous Customer Information

What to bring on your Myrtle Beach fishing charters
You should bring with you any food or drink you would like. Sunblock, cameras, hats and sunglasses are also recommended. I have some umbrellas and ponchos available. You may like to bring your own if there is a chance of rain.

No Sea Seasickness on our Myrtle Beach fishing charters
No worries about seasickness. We will fish only calm waters if you prefer. With the Carolina Skiff we can drive right up to an uninhabited barrier island like Bird Island shown below and take a short walk on the beach.

Calm waters for fishing off the near coast of Myrtle Beach

Reef System
The SCDNR has a great program set in place to build the artificial reefs in the state of SC. Our nearest to shore artificial reef off Little River Inlet is called the Jim Caudle reef.
Since I scuba dive the reefs often I get to see where the fish like to hang out. Check out these pictures taken in November 2007.

Reef System off the beaches of Myrtle Beach are great fishing spots

Real Myrtle Beach Fishing Charter Customer Testimonials

Had a great time out on the water. Capt. Ryan is really good and tries to put you on the fish. We had caught a nice flounder and red drum for dinner, and lost a nice sized fish out by the jetties. Can’t wait to book another trip.

FishermanSouth Carolina
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Great job Captain Ryan ....counting the day till September

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Great pictures! Great job Captain Ryan

Catching the fish like usual

Nice ones!

Brandon Howell

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