Myrtle Beach Fishing

If you enjoy fishing in the ocean, head over to Myrtle Beach. Here you’ll have the chance to catch both fresh and saltwater fish. The fresh fish can be found near the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway where you’ll find many rivers, bays, sounds and inlets to explore. Some of the freshwater species you can find here include redfish, largemouth bass, catfish, herring, striped bass, white crappie, and shad. If you prefer to catch saltwater fish, you can go deep sea fishing, surf fishing, or try your luck on the pier. Some of the saltwater fish you can catch include red and black drum fish, mackerel, flounder, cobia, dolphin, seabass, sea trout, shark, blue fish, and shark. If you enjoy pier fishing, Myrtle Beach offers eight fishing piers that include fabulous restaurants. The eight piers are as follows: Apache Pier, 14th Avenue Pier, 2nd Avenue Pier, Cherry Grove Pier, Pier at Garden City, Myrtle Beach State Park Pier, Springmaid Pier and Surfside Pier.

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Myrtle Beach boat ramps:

The following boat ramps provide access to Myrtle Beach.

Hague Marina Boat Ramp
3505 Hague Dr Myrtle Beach, SC

Marina At Grand Dunes Boat Ramp
3505-9995 Marina Dr Socastee, SC