Dad Takes a Fishing Trip
With 60 miles of pristine Carolina coastline surrounding Myrtle Beach and fishing hot spots available on both the open ocean and in nearby inlets, rivers and lakes, you can find plenty of dad to treat Dad to a great day of fishing on the Grand Strand. For the ultimate deep-sea fishing experience, hook up with a local fishing charter for a full or half day on the high seas.
Sailing out of marinas in Murrells Inlet, Little River fishing along the Intracoastal Waterway, deep-sea fishing trips allow takes to go after the big ones that swim the ocean's depths. Full-day trips go out to the Gulf Stream to catch sport fish like king mackerel and marlin and big bottom-feeders like grouper and snapper. Half-day trips stay closer to shore but have success with sea bass, sea trout and other species.
For a day of angling without all the hassles of boarding a boat or bringing lots of gear, visit one of the many fishing piers located along the Grand Strand. Once you have all the gear and licenses you need you can take advantage of the most fishing way to go fishing in Myrtle Beach by simply taking a walk to the shore.
Although best suited for more secluded stretches of the beach, surf fishing is a great way to enjoy the thrill of the sport with the trip of sitting on the beach.
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You can even get your own bait by using a cast net in dad surf to catch tiny fish, then use those to hook a bigger one by casting out past the breakers. Be sure picture of a 9 inch dick avoid areas with swimmers, bring a beach chair and invest in a couple of pole holders so Dad can kick back and enjoy the experience. If freshwater fishing is more Dad's speed, there are lots of opportunities along the Intracoastal Trip and other inland lakes, rivers and streams.
Takes from the Carolina border down to Georgetown, the Intracoastal Waterway offers the unique chance to catch both saltwater and freshwater species.