Murrells Inlet SC
Fishing the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area is seasonal with the fishing a little slow for March til the middle of April.
Mid April, the fishing starts to pick-up for some Flounder and Red Drum. Everything[Fishing] is always weather related in Murrells Inlet and Myrtle Beach the sooner the water temp. gets in the 60’s the fishing will get better.
Late April thru December is always a good time for fishing for Red Drum, the bait moves in and the fishing turns on.
June, July and August, the water temp is getting rite for ALL fishing in the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach areas! Everthing is good at the beach!
People are out in the sun,shopping,fishing and the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area is hopping!
August and September the Spanish and King Mackerel are on the beach and can be caught live baiting along the coast.
We often catch them at the jetties or 3-mile reef or trolling with planners and spoons.
Fishing at Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach during the summer months you never know what you are going to hook-up with so expect to catch a anything while fishing,maybe even a SHARK.
For all you that like catching Trout, Weakfish Trout are plentiful sometimes around Sept/ Oct.
While the true Winter Trout only starts when the water temps start dropping in to the 60’s and lower.
As I have said early, fishing in Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach is always revolving. Don’t let yourself be told that the fish are bitting ALL THE TIME .
Remember,if it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is not! I [Capt. Shannon Currie] has been fishing the coast of Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach for over 30 years!
I am here to help you and you group to have as good a time as possible while fishing in Murrells Inlet / Myrtle Beach, not just grab you money.
NO I don’t promise you will catch fish every time but we always give 100% and be truthful. There are some fishing charters in the Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach area that will promise you the moon!!
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