Myrtle Beach Fishing Charter Rates


1-3 Anglers: 4 Hrs: $400.00

1-3 Anglers: 5 Hrs: $500.00

​(5 hour trips are only available for AM trips)

Three more anglers (6 max) may be added to 4 & 5 Hour trips for an additional $50.00 each.

Children 11 years and younger are FREE! With an accompanying adult.

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Prices include all bait, tackle and licenses. You will only need to bring a small cooler with whatever you might want to eat and drink during the trip in addition to sunscreen and any other personal items or medications that you may want to have during your trip. You may bring a favorite rod and reel of your own, but please let me know before hand so that we will not have too much tackle on the boat. I do have limited dry storage on the boat to store your personal items. I also have a larger cooler on the boat for any legal fish that you may want to keep.

Payments accepted: Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express. Please note that credit card payments will incur a 3% processing fee.

In order to secure a reservation, I do require a credit card# and a cell phone# for the person making the reservation. There is no advance charge to the credit card, full payment will be due with cash or credit card at the time of the trip. However in the event of a no-show, the card will be charged for the amount of the reserved trip. There is no cancellation fee for extenuating circumstances (medical emergency, death in the family) as long as I am notified in advance of the scheduled trip. Additionally there is no cancellation fee if we have to cancel due to bad weather; if we are out fishing and we have to cut the trip short due to bad weather, then you will only be responsible for paying for the time we were out.

We can also accommodate groups larger than 6 by having multiple boats depending on availability.

Questions? Ask Capt. Chris With The form Below

Our …Customer Testimonials 

Paul Matreselva Jr.
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The fishing in September and first week of October has been pretty good, the big "Bull" Redfish that usually show up this time of year at the Little River Inlet are here along with Black Drum in the waterway and marshes. There are a few Flounder and Trout around, but North Carolina has closed their Flounder fishery; cutting our Flounder fishing grounds in half. The weather has finally started to cool off, and hopefully will trigger an even better bite, especially with the Speckled Trout. I've still got some slots available in October to target the "Bull" Redfish before they finish their spawn and head back out to the deep ocean usually by the middle of November.
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On my way. Lol

Is the rest of October usually still productive?

We had such a great time! Next time we are here, we are going. Captain Chris is great. Such an awesome experience!

Eddie Bullard

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