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Surfside Beach Fishing Charters & Guides

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Charters Near Surfside Beach
Sea Blue Charters
Murrells Inlet, SC
(5.0, 6 Reviews)
Tails Up Guide Service
Murrells Inlet, SC
All Hooked Up Fishing Charters
Murrells Inlet, SC
Fish On Charters
Murrells Inlet, SC
Any Tide Fishing Charter
North Myrtle Beach, SC
(5.0, 17 Reviews)
North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters
North Myrtle Beach, SC
(5.0, 1 Review)
  • The average cost for a four hour trip in Surfside Beach is $470, while the average cost for an 8 hour trip is $825. Prices can vary based on trip duration, boat size and amenities, and the type of fishing your group is looking to do. View all Surfside Beach Charters here.

  • There are no shared trips currently available in Surfside Beach. View all Surfside Beach Charters here.

  • The most common charter boat types in Surfside Beach are:

    Bay Boat

    Center Console

  • The average charter boat size in Surfside Beach is 24 feet.

About Fishing in Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach Fishing Charters

Make no mistake about it, Surfside Beach, South Carolina is a busy, bustling hotspot for tourists. It’s a small area jam packed with East Coast beach adventures of all kinds. And it goes on from early in the morning to late in the evening. In fact, this Horry County beach has earned its nickname “The Family Beach.” Bring your family, check out the local attractions, and take a charter fishing boat trip that will cap off your vacation like a snow cone on a warm summer day. Located just south of Myrtle Beach and above the popular Pawley’s Island on the coast, Surfside Beach offers a variety of options for fun. The beach is lined with hotels and vacation rentals, shops and restaurants. Or, move off the beach a way and find any kind of accommodation you want, including cabins in the woods. There is even a large family campground located just to the north where you can pull your own “house” and park for as long as you’d like. And while there are multiple fishing opportunities right here, you can also take a short drive and reach dozens more. Other family-friendly attractions include the Celebration Music Theatre and the Wild Water & Wheels park. No matter what time of year you visit Surfside Beach, your days will be filled with sun and fun. If you’re planning a fishing trip for your family, consider hiring a local charter boat captain or fishing guide. Or if you want, there are some beach fishing or backwater areas that you can try on your own if that suits your fancy. Either way, a day spent with those you love and screaming reels is always a good day.

Surfside Beach Inshore Fishing

When it comes to inshore fishing near Surfside Beach, you’ll want to travel south to the best fishing grounds in the state, Murrells Inlet. You can fish off the shore or take a boat trip up the inlet. The entrance to the inlet is lined with rock jetties and fish travel up and down those jetties looking for food. At certain times of year, they stay right there all the time. You can catch redfish, speckled trout, flounder, drum, sheepshead, whiting, mackerel, pompano, sea bass and even sharks right there from the bank. Check with local bait shops to see what’s biting if you try it on your own. You can take the guesswork out of it by taking a charter trip and not having to worry about the best baits and spots. Your captain will take care of that — as well as cleaning your fish — for you.

Surfside Beach Offshore Fishing

The fact that the lifestyle in Surfside Beach is bustling and busy is matched by the offshore fishing. A charter boat ride off the coast to the waters of the Gulf Stream can take you to some of the best fishing for big wahoo, Jack Crevelle, amberjack, sailfish, black and yellow fin tuna, sailfish, tuna, grouper, trigger fish, bonito, sheepshead and even shark. Two of the favorites among anglers here are the wahoo and grouper. The wahoo’s name pretty much indicates what happens when you hook into one of them. You’ll likely say “wahoo” as you hold on and wait for the fight of a lifetime. Grouper can put up a fight too, but they are best known as the star of the table. You’ll likely catch those by drifting or anchored over underwater structures that hold schools of the fish. The most sought after fish for trophy hunters is the blue marlin. Going after them will take you far offshore and the bites won’t be plentiful, but if you hook into one and land him, you’ll have accomplished one of the ultimate fishing adventures. If you prefer to stay closer to the shore, check out the Surfside Pier located right in the middle of town. The pier is surrounded by all kinds of things to do from restaurants, bars, and even two farmer’s markets where you can get some sides to go with your catch of the day. The Pier at Garden City is located just to the south of Surfside Beach.

Book A Surfside Beach Fishing Charter

The top three reasons you should NOT book a Surfside Beach fishing trip are….well, wait a minute. There are NOT any reasons to miss the fishing at this vacation spot. There’s plenty to do around here, but make sure fishing is on top of your list. Make everybody happy by taking the lead to book a Surfside Beach charter with and leave the rest to us. All you need to do is show up and get ready for a good time. Book today and make plans to be on your way. Eat. Sleep. Fish. And enjoy the Surfside Beach area with a tug on your fishing pole to make things right!

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