Peak fishing season is ahead for the Grand Strand and it’s cooling down, so no more sunburns a day on the pier. We’ve got you covered when it comes to where to fish, what to look for and the conditions you can expect whether you’re fishing inshore, offshore or in one of the area’s many estuaries and freshwater bodies.
Fishing-Inshore Pier 14 – Atop the pier is the Pier 14 Restaurant & Lounge, known as one of the best seafood spots in Myrtle Beach. There’s also a lounge bar area with live music, dancing, great drinks and a friendly staff.
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Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters – Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters offers a variety of fishing charters and scenic tours as well as dolphin cruises and deep sea fishing.
Cherry Grove Pier – Built in the early 1950s, the Cherry Grove Pier is 985 feet of fishing fun for the whole family in North Myrtle Beach. The pier has a full service tackle and bait shop, with rentals of everything you need for a day or evening of fishing and a 2-story observation deck.
Hurricane Fleet Charter Fishing – Hurricane Fleet Charter Fishing offers fishing charters out of Calabash, as well as specialty trips as well, like shark or tuna fishing. Embark on a dolphin cruise and enjoy the natural aquatic splendor of the Grand Strand. All gear, tackle, bait, and even instruction (if needed) are provided.
Myrtle Beach State Park Fishing Pier – The Myrtle Beach State Park Pier offers the luxury of space and beauty just minutes from the heart of town. The pier has a place to rent fishing tackle and buy bait, and a snack bar for those who need some refreshment during a day of fishing. The Myrtle Beach State Park Pier is free with a park admission, and no license is required for fishing. There are lots of species available for catching.