Last Updated on April 7, 2023 by Eric Bonneman
Embark on an unforgettable fishing adventure along South Carolina’s Grand Strand, exploring the diverse and bountiful waters from Myrtle Beach to Georgetown. With Harvest Moon Charter Service, you’ll be guided through the area’s spectacular inshore, nearshore, and backcountry fisheries for a truly unique and rewarding experience.
Discover Georgetown’s Winyah Bay
Winyah Bay, located in Georgetown, is the third-largest estuarine watershed on the East Coast and offers some of the best fishing opportunities along the Grand Strand. With neighboring estuaries like North Inlet, Santee Delta, and McClellanville, this region boasts a thriving ecosystem that supports a rich array of fish species. Inshore fishing in Georgetown provides year-round chances to catch redfish, seatrout, and flounder, while seasonal targets include black drum and more.
From June to October, 50-150lb tarpon migrate through the area, offering an exhilarating opportunity to hook the elusive “Silver King.” Captain R.C. has years of experience guiding tarpon fishing trips and will expertly help you navigate these waters. A mere few minutes from the coast, nearshore fisheries rival their offshore counterparts, with wrecks and reefs teeming with kingfish, cobia, Spanish mackerel, sharks, and more.
Experience Murrells Inlet’s Nearby Fishing
A short 30-minute drive from Murrells Inlet, Winyah Bay features spectacular backcountry, inshore, and nearshore fisheries with less crowding. The diverse inshore estuary system of Winyah Bay, the third-largest on the East Coast, provides an ideal habitat for a variety of gamefish species. This area offers year-round fishing that will impress Murrells Inlet visitors.
Every summer, tarpon migrate to the area, giving guests the chance to land “The Silver King.” With short boat rides and incredible fishing, your South Carolina adventure is just a trip away.
Explore Myrtle Beach’s Fishing Opportunities
Avoid the crowds and discover the serene, family-friendly fishing experience in Winyah Bay, just 45 minutes from Myrtle Beach. Year-round inshore fishing provides opportunities to catch redfish, seatrout, and flounder, while seasonal targets include black drum and more.
With a short boat ride from the coast, Myrtle Beach visitors can target kingfish, Spanish mackerel, cobia, sharks, and other offshore species in one of the best fishing areas along the Grand Strand.
Uncover Pawleys Island’s Nearby Fishing
Just 15 minutes from Pawleys Island, Winyah Bay offers exceptional fishing along the Grand Strand. The bay’s healthy ecosystem, fed by four different river systems, makes it a prime location for year-round fishing. In addition to the diverse fish species, guests can enjoy stunning nature and wildlife views.
During the summer and early fall months, tarpon migrate to the area, providing an unforgettable experience battling the mighty “Silver King.” The nearshore fishery off Pawleys Island features numerous underwater structures, wrecks, and reefs that make for a fantastic fishing adventure.
Harvest Moon Charter Service: Your Fishing Adventure Awaits
Experience the best inshore fishing South Carolina has to offer with Captain R.C. and Harvest Moon Charter Service. Chase after kingfish, Spanish mackerel, snapper, and more on nearshore charters in Georgetown and Pawleys Island, or engage in the thrilling pursuit of the mighty tarpon. Book your fishing charter today and create lasting memories on the water.