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Fishing In Myrtle Beach

When planning your Myrtle Beach vacation you know you want to spend some time on the beach, have some delicious meals, and maybe some golf. Another activity you should consider is fishing.  Myrtle Beach is home to many species of fish and there are many places for you to go catch them.

Fish From The Beach – One way to go fishing is just to stand on the beach and cast. You always see people fishing by their Myrtle Beach hotels in the late afternoon, so why don’t you join in the fun. It can be a great family bonding experience to just sit on the beach and tell stories while you wait for the sea creatures to bite on your line. Those over 16 years old will need a fishing license which can be purchased at Bass Pro Shops.

Fishing From a Boat – Myrtle beach has many chartered fishing tours that can take you out on the high seas for an amazing fishing experience. These tours normally provide everything you would need such as a rod, reel, tackle, and license. If you plan on taking a chartered fishing trip, call ahead and make sure they have everything you need to get out and fish. The tour guides will often know of some hot spots and will try hard to make sure you catch what you set out for.

Fishing From a Pier – Fishing from a pier is what many people do when they want to fish in Myrtle Beach. One of the largest piers , The Springmaid pier, has some of the best pier fishing in Myrtle Beach. Record breaking fish have been caught from the Springmaid pier so be ready for anything. Springmaid Pier offers gear through their tackle shop as well as some helpful pointers to get you catching fish in no time. Springmaid Beach Resort sits directly behind the pier and is one of the premier hotels in Myrtle Beach.

When planning your trip to Myrtle Beach, consider taking some time out to go fishing. It is a fun and rewarding experience for the whole family. Whether you choose to fish from the beach, a boat, or the pier, you will be sure to enjoy yourself. Stay at Springmaid Beach Resort and be close to all of the fishing action that Myrtle Beach has to offer.