North Myrtle Beach Fishing
North Myrtle Beach fishing is a popular pastime for residents and visitors. Some of the largest and most prized fish can be caught off the coast of South Carolina, which is just one reason local fishermen work every month of the year. Our pristine stretch of oceanfront and local Cherry Grove pier provide the perfect points for any type of fishing excursion: inshore, offshore, surf, deep sea and artificial reef fishing.
For weekly fishing reports for every major lake in South Carolina, inshore and offshore saltwater trends, and SC fishing license information, visit: www.dnr.sc.gov/fishing.
We are pleased to offer the following places to fish in North Myrtle Beach:
If deep sea fishing is more your speed, you'll find no shortage of fishing charters in North Myrtle Beach. We recommend the following local companies:
- Calabash Fishing Fleet
- Coastal Carolina Intracoastal Charters, LLC
- Great Escapes Kayak Expeditions
- Hurricane Fleet Fishing Center
- Little River Fishing Fleet
- Voyager Deep Sea Fishing & Dolphin Cruises
The North Myrtle Beach area is also a popular location for numerous fishing tournaments throughout the year, such as:
There are a total of eight fishing piers located between North Myrtle Beach and Garden City along the Grand Strand. Two of those piers, the Apache Pier and Cherry Grove Pier, are located in North Myrtle Beach.
North Myrtle Beach is home to a variety of both inshore and off-shore fishing charters. From river fishing, to deep sea fishing and even dolphin watching, our local fishing charters are family-friendly and affordable.