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Old 07-15-2019, 07:33 PM
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Any recommendations on a good bottom fishing head boat in myrtle beach? Thanks Andy.
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Old 07-15-2019, 08:33 PM
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Myrtle Beach doesn't have an inlet. If you head north on Rte. 17 there are a couple head boats that sail out of Calabash, N.C., which is on the N.C./S.C. border. Maybe a half hour ride. They fish everyday. There are quite a few charter boats in that area. I own a second home in N.C. I go to Calabash to bring home, in a cooler of ice to N.J., same day caught fresh shrimp. They are huge and cost about $6.00 @ pound. I've bought them for as low as $3 @ pound. When I get back to N.J. I behead them and put 20 bags in my freezer. We eat shrimp until we turn blue. They are very tasty compared to store frozen bought shrimp that are weeks old. Good luck. There is always something to catch in the Carolinas.
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Old 07-15-2019, 11:17 PM
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One of the best mates around. Have some great family time Andy.
Catch em up. See you soon.
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Old 07-16-2019, 12:51 AM
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Myrtle Beach is for golf. In the old days when the Pavilion was operating it was a great place to listen to beach music and dance the shag.
If you want to fish go north to Calabash or go about 20 miles South on 17 to Murrells Inlet. Try sight fishing for redfish tailing in shallow water.

I fish with a couple of friends from the area who have boats so I don't charter, but Captain Tommy Scarborough is a friend of one of my friends so I presume he knows how to catch fish - my friends do.
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Old 07-16-2019, 09:37 AM
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In North MB there is an office for fishing info on party and charter boats. It is at 1901 Hwy 17 South. Telephone is 843 361 3323.
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Old 07-16-2019, 11:14 PM
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We just got back from 8 days in North Myrtle. We booked five gulf stream trips on 3 different boats to get out twice which is a low ratio but not that low. We have done the trips several times in the past four years and have fun but there are a lot of tips I would be happy to share that may save you some headache. Very good fishing to be had and a lot of travel time for about five hours of fishing unless you can get on the 22 or 24 hr trip which are offered by a couple of the boats. We are 0 for 3 booking the headboat from Murrells but better chances for us of getting out of N. Myrtle and Calabash. We were five mile out and had to turn around last time due to a blown engine but had good trips previously on that boat. Hit me up and I can share info with you. you want to have your own tackle for sure but I am referring to the headboats solely. We have not done the charters or 10-20 person operations.

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