Dive into an adventure that blends epic days of fishing with tranquility right here in South Carolina’s fishing paradise – Murrells Inlet. These fishing trips offer a unique opportunity for nearshore and inshore fishing – perfect for families, beginners, or pro’s.

Harvest Moon Fishing Charters: Your Murrells Inlet Fishing Guide

If you’re looking for a world-class fishing experience, look no further than Harvest Moon Fishing Charters. Nestled in the heart of Murrells Inlet, we offer a diverse range of trips tailored to every angler’s preference. From first-timers exploring shallow water fishing to seasoned anglers seeking epic adventures, Harvest Moon has got it all. But what truly sets us apart is our unwavering commitment to providing memorable experiences that last a lifetime.

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A Day with Harvest Moon Fishing Charters

With Harvest Moon Fishing Charters, you’ll dive deep into the heart of South Carolina’s most productive fishing grounds. Whether you’re looking to battle the giants on our nearshore charters, or simply seeking the peace of fishing near the shoreline, we’ve got you covered. Our inshore fishing adventures offer year-round fishing opportunities. In Murrells Inlet, one moment you might be fightng a redfish, and the next, you’re on the trail of an elusive tarpon. It’s this ever-changing diversity that has our anglers returning, time and again. Fish with us, and let’s create fishing tales to remember.

Call: 843-485-7424


Targeted Species

In Murrells Inlet, the waters contain a diverse range of species. You’ll encounter redfish, seatrout, flounder and black drum on inshore trips while snapper, grouper and king mackerel dominate nearshore areas.

georgetown tarpon

But it’s not just the numbers game—our charters promise top-notch fishing adventures. Imagine battling tarpon that bursts out of the water once they’re hooked – we do that too!

Whether you’re a fishing newbie or an old hand, Harvest Moon Fishing Charters in Murrells Inlet offers top-notch fishing adventures. You can get your heart racing with epic species inshore, or fight with larger species nearshore. They’re all about giving unforgettable experiences set against on of South Carolina’s best fisheries.

Our Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters take you to the heart of Murrells Inlet’s diverse marine life. Here, inshore fishing allows us to primarily target redfish, seatrout, flounder, and black drum.

tarpon jumping during fight

Seasonal Tarpon Fishing

Tarpon are a seasonal target for anglers in Murrells Inlet due to their migration patterns. These fish bring an element of challenge because they’re known for their acrobatic leaps and relentless fights. We have specific techniques honed over the years that we use when hunting these elusive creatures. Patience is key as tarpon can be picky eaters but don’t worry; our seasoned guide will give you all the help needed to check one of these off your bucket list.

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Inshore Favorites: Redfish, Seatrout, Flounder & More

Fishing in the calm waters around Murrells Inlet provides opportunities for casting lines close to shore where species such as redfish, seatrout, and flounder thrive. Catching these species often involves lighter tackle, making each catch a game between angler and fish. We make sure every guest has access to top-notch equipment so that no fish tale gets away from being told back at home.

woman fighting a tarpon Note: Most trips successfully target these favorites, providing plenty of action on deck.

Nearshore Adventure: Snapper & Kingfish

For those seeking more adventure, our nearshore fishing trips often target snapper and kingfish.

a fisherman with a kingfish

Getting this right means knowing what these guys eat, where they like to hang out, and adjusting to the present situation. It’s a bit like coaxing someone from their cozy house – not exactly a walk in the park.

Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters: Adventure and Relaxation

Picture this. You stand on the deck of a vessel, breathing in the fresh salt air, as you take in the views of estuaries around Murrells Inlet. And then, bang! Fish on! Its this mix of fishing and setting that make a Murrells Inlet fishing trip one worth going on.

boat overlooking sunrise.

The Calm Waters of the Bay

Murrells Inlet is known for its calm bay waters, making it perfect for both novice and experienced anglers looking to enjoy a relaxing day on a fishing trip. The inshore conditions allow for easy casting and reeling while still providing plenty of opportunities to land some of the most sought-after species in the area.

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What makes these inlet fishing charters even more appealing is their close proximity to Myrtle Beach. So, if you’ve spent enough time soaking up rays on the beachfront or want some respite from bustling tourist hotspots like Broadway at the Beach, jumping aboard one of our charter boats offers an exciting change of pace. This isn’t your standard ‘drop-a-line-and-wait’ kind-of affair either; there’s real excitement involved. With a skilled guide leading each trip who knows exactly where to find fish, those peaceful moments of waiting suddenly turn to fun when you feel that tug at the end of your line.

a picture of Murrells Inlet Fishing Trips with Harvest Moon Fishing Charters

A Unique Spin on Traditional Fishing Trips

There’s something incredibly rewarding about catching dinner with your own two hands during these Murrells Inlet fishing charters. But it’s not just about ripping lips; these charters are also a chance to immerse yourself in nature, away from modern distractions. It’s like hitting pause on life’s fast-forward button and taking time to breathe.

boy holding huge flounder

Fishing Charters in Murrells Inlet: The Experts Who Make It Happen

Behind every memorable fishing trip, there’s an expert guide who makes it all happen. Meet the experienced professional at Harvest Moon Fishing Charters. Captain RC has a passion for fishing and an unrivaled knowledge of these local waters.

woman with speckled trout

Dedicated Service Tailored To You

At Harvest Moon Fishing Charters, we believe every trip should be unique – just like our clients. We tailor each adventure to suit your needs and desires, whether you’re after redfish or black drum, prefer nearshore adventures or calm bay excursions. We even cater trips specifically targeting tarpon during peak season; trust us when we say landing one is enough to make any day on the water an awesome one.

Safety Is Our Priority

We want you feeling confident from start to finish, so safety remains at the forefront throughout your day on the water with us; from pre-trip briefings to ensuring everyone understands onboard procedures through providing necessary safety equipment.

boy holding black drum near myrtle beach

Variety of Trips

We get it—different anglers have different tastes. That’s why Harvest Moon offers an array of tailored experiences, catering to everyone from casual vacation-goers looking for a beach break to experienced enthusiasts. With our wide range of options, we’ve got something that’ll hook your interest. The beauty here lies not only in variety but also in adaptability. Be it solo or group trips; daybreak outings or moonlit adventures, targeting redfish or chasing tarpon—these guys flex and fit like your favorite pair of gloves.

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Inshore vs Nearshore – Pick Your Adventure.

A question we often hear is “What’s the difference between nearshore and inshore?” Well, think about sitting at home (inland) versus hanging out on your porch (near land). It’s kinda like that. While both offer great catches such as flounder and black drum, nearshore goes further into deeper waters where bigger fish roam, including kingfish and sharks – giving you bragging rights back home.

a fisherman with a shark

Finding the Right Fit

You might be wondering how one decides which trip type fits best—and we say listen to your gut. Are you a calm-water lover seeking tranquility? Or perhaps an adrenaline junkie who thrives in the unpredictable waves of deeper water fishing? Harvest Moon helps you decide with our comprehensive trip descriptions, complete with what to expect and preparation tips. You can even ask us directly—after all, our Captain is as friendly as he is experienced.

Looking for a fishing trip that’s custom-made to your liking? Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters with Harvest moon has got you covered. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie wanting the excitement of big game fishing or someone who prefers peace in serene waters, Harvest Moon offers an unparalleled range of trips. They tune into your preferences and adjust accordingly—be it sunrise excursions or moonlit adventures.

FAQs: Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters

What fish are they catching in Murrells Inlet?

The hot targets in Murrells Inlet include redfish, seatrout, flounder, and black drum for inshore fishing. Nearshore fishing usually hooks snapper, grouper, and king mackerel.

Is there fishing in Murrells Inlet in February?

Absolutely. Winter doesn’t slow down angling action here; species like Red Drum or Spotted Seatrout make excellent catches during February.

Where can I fish on Pawleys Island?

Pawleys Island offers plenty of great spots such as its surf zones along the beachfront or salt marshes. You could also try casting a line off one of its two causeways.

man holding doormat flounder

Book Your Trip

With a range of options available, you can find the perfect charter to meet your needs. Our guide is ready to help make your Murrells Inlet Fishing Charters adventure unforgettable! His expertise ensures every trip is more than just casting a line; it’s an experience!

Call: 843-485-7424

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