Myrtle Beach Fishing

p>If ocean fishing is what you enjoy then Myrtle Beach is the place for you. From surf and pier fishing to charter boat and deep sea fishing we’ve got it all. Saltwater fishing is a fun and exciting pastime for all ages and skill levels. If you’re new to the Myrtle Beach area you will find that pier fishing is also the perfect way to make new friends with other locals who enjoy the sport as much as you do. Some of the most popular saltwater fish caught off the ocean water of Myrtle Beach include flounder, spots, snapper, grouper, sea bass and dolphin just to name a few. For those with a competitive streak you can enter your catch in the annual Grand Strand Fishing Rodeo which runs from April-October for the chance to win neat monthly prizes and more importantly bragging rights for catching the prize winning fish!

Fishing License Information

Individuals recreationally fishing from shore and those recreationally shrimping and crabbing will be required to have a saltwater recreational fishing license. (This does NOT apply to the Fishing Piers listed below where the fee is included in your admission fee, nor does it apply to Fishing Charters in the Grand Strand.)

Fishing Piers- Most of the piers have a bait and tackle shop on location, available to rent and/or purchase any equipment you may need.

2nd Avenue Pier
110 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach

Apache Campground Fishing Pier
9700 Kings Road, Myrtle Beach

Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
3500 North Ocean Boulevard, North Myrtle Beach

Kingfisher Pier
110 Waccamaw Drive, Garden City Beach

Myrtle Beach State Park
3301 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach

Springmaid Pier
843-238-5189 ext. 3008
3200 South Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach

Surfside Pier
11 South Ocean Boulevard, Surfside Beach

So grab your fishing rods and tackle box and head on down to Myrtle Beach. We do hope you’ll visit the area and let us help you when you’re planning your fishing trip to the beautiful ocean waters of Myrtle Beach.

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