Very few thrills rival an offshore excursion several miles into the azure Atlantic in search of the monstrous (and delicious) creatures of the deep. “Common” targets include hammerhead sharks, barracuda, and king mackerel, all of which provide quite the oceanic battle. What makes the Grand Strand so undeniably enticing for anglers are the ample inshore possibilities, where tens of thousands of plump redfish thrive. Luckily for prospective anglers, Sand Dunes Resort is a short drive from the best fishing charters in Myrtle Beach.
The Top 3 Fishing Charters in Myrtle Beach
Fishing, whether far at sea or in a backwater wetland, is a magnificent way to spend time with the kids. Learning a new skill, such as fishing, helps put a memorable stamp on a vacation! Thankfully, there are a handful of fishing charters in Myrtle Beach that specifically cater to families and small groups—no prior experience is needed.
Reel Action, the pride of North Myrtle Beach, does it all: shark hunts, king mackerel runs, kid-friendly jetty casts, and backwater boat trips. Their slogan, “We can travel anywhere you’d like to go,” is especially alluring to anglers with years of experience in the area. However, Reel Action’s knowledgable, professional team is more than happy to make recommendations based on the season. Reel action simplifies things: Anglers receive four hours of fishing for $400 (or $450). Now, you cannot beat that price!
The guys and gals at Wise Fishing Charters specialize in Intracoastal Waterway angling; although, they also have decades of experience deep at sea. Captains Steve and Daniel Wise know these waters like the back of their hands. Typically, the team will troll or bottom-fish for sea bass, cobia, sharks, and two types of mackerel. We also recommend Wise during the shrimp season (May through December) because netting is just as much fun!
The four-man team at Low Country has over three decades of experience in the region. Still, Low Country remains a “hidden gem” amongst competing fishing charters in Myrtle Beach. That being said, their newly-expanded list of services—which ranges from Gulf-stream charters to dolphin watching—is starting to turn heads at the Myrtle Beach Yacht Club. Rates are comparable to like outfits, but we think that Low Country offers more bang for their buck. They target just about anything, including marlins, grouper, mahi-mahi, black drum, and trout.
Myrtle Beach Hotels with a Water Park
After four hours aboard one of the premier fishing charters in Myrtle Beach, we recommend walking the Promenade, visiting a nearby winery, or buying a round of ice cream cones. Then, let the beach relaxation begin! Sand Dunes Resort is a unique destination because it boasts a free, on-site water park, lazy river, arcade, and mini-golf course. We also boast an array of Myrtle Beach golf packages, semi-exclusive beach access, and several on-site dining options. You’ll rarely have to leave our little slice of South Carolina paradise to get the most of your vacation. Oh, and you won’t find better Atlantic Ocean vistas in the city. Check availability online at your earliest convenience (or give us a call today at 866-845-1011).