Last Updated on March 3, 2023 by Capt. R.C.

If you’re planning a fishing trip to Myrtle Beach in March, you’re in luck! This time of year offers excellent fishing opportunities in Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas!

March into Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas offer a fishing experience that is hard to beat. With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Intracoastal Waterway on the other, there is a vast array of fishing options. The Gulf Stream’s warm waters draw various fish species to the area, including marlin, sailfish, and tuna. Inshore and nearshore fishing spots are also plentiful, with ample opportunities to catch redfish, trout, flounder, and sheepshead, to name a few.

Georgetown, Pawley’s Island, and Murrell’s Inlet are all located in the heart of this fishing paradise and have unique fishing experiences to offer. Georgetown’s Winyah Bay is home to an abundance of fish species, allowing for various fishing techniques. At the same time, Pawley’s Island has numerous creeks and marshes that are perfect for inshore fishing. Murrell’s Inlet is known for its productive artificial reef systems that attract a variety of fish. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Myrtle Beach is a top destination for anglers of all levels.

man with redfish


Redfish, also known as red drum, is a popular target for inshore fishing charters in Myrtle Beach in March. These hard-fighting fish can be caught using various techniques, including live bait, cut bait, and artificial lures. Look for them around oyster beds, docks, and other structures.


Spotted sea trout are another popular target for Myrtle Beach fishing charters in March. These fish are known for their tasty white meat and can be caught using live bait, artificial lures, or a combination. They are typically found in shallow, grassy areas near the shoreline.

man with sea trout


Flounder is a type of flatfish popular among Myrtle Beach anglers in March. These fish are known for their unusual appearance, with both eyes on one side of their head. They can be caught using live bait, jigs, or other lures and are typically found in sandy areas near inlets and jetties.


Sheepshead is a fish with a mouthful of teeth perfect for crushing the shells of their favorite prey – crustaceans like crabs and barnacles. These fish can be caught using live or cut bait, fiddler crabs, or other crustaceans. They are often found around pilings and other structures.

boy with flounder

Fish With Us

Fishing in Myrtle Beach in March can be a rewarding and exciting experience, with plenty of opportunities to catch various fish. Whether you’re targeting redfish, trout, flounder, or sheepshead, the waters off Georgetown, Pawley’s Island, and Murrell’s Inlet will surely provide an unforgettable fishing adventure. If you’re planning a trip to the area, consider fishing with Harvest Moon Fishing Charters for a safe and enjoyable experience on the water. Book your Myrtle Beach fishing adventure today!