Fishing Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet

2008-03-16 21:46:49
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - Saltwater Fishing Report
Myrtle Beach/ murrells Inlet SC

<p>The spring has sprung here in Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet SC. The water temp are on the rise and the bait should be on the move soon.Flounder fishing will be the first to kick off the fishing season here in the Myrtle Beach area. The Red Drum will show up soon after in the Murrells Inlet creeks and at the jetties. If you are planning a trip to the Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet area give us a call and will be glad to let you in on what's bitting. Good luck to all and see you in Myrtle Beach this summer.....

Capt. Shannon Catch-1 Sportfishing 843 450 1430

Fish Species: Red Drum Trout and Flounder
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About The Author: Captain Shannon Currie

Company: Catch-1 Sport Fishing

Area Reporting: Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet

Bio: The summer is here! Water temps are rising and the fishing is on! Some Flounder and Red Drum are being caught in the Inlets along with a few Trout. Fishing in Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet starts to pick-up in April when the water gets warmer. Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet fishing is good from April thru December and you can expect to catch anything from Flounder,Blue Fish,Spanish Mackerel,Trout and Red Drum. Later in the season,September/October, the Weakfish Trout move in on the beach and can be found between Myrtle Beach and the Murrells Inlet Jetties. November the water temp starts to drop and the true winter trout start moving in the creeks where they can be caught with shrimp under corks. As long as the weather is nice in Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet the fishing is good. When the COLD moves in somedays it's brutal! If you are planning a trip to Myrtle Beach/Murrells Inlet SC give us a call @ 843-450-1430 or look us up on the web @ www.Catch-1familyfun.com and we will be glad to tell you what's bitting at the time. Capt.Shannon Currie

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