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Plan A Memorable Myrtle Beach Fishing Trip

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Plan A Memorable Myrtle Beach Fishing Trip

You don’t have to be a pro to enjoy a Myrtle Beach fishing trip. Whether you’re planning for a weekend with friends or seeking a solo adventure, knowing what to expect and finding the best Myrtle Beach fishing charter company will help you make the best memories. If you’re ready for a new adventure, even if you’ve tried fishing charters before, the Crazy Sister Marina fishing experience won’t disappoint. From budgeting your trip to the type of fish you want to catch, you can customize your experience with our fishing trip options.


Myrtle Beach Fishing Charter Tips

Whether you plan to bring your own fishing gear or want to use what’s offered on the boat, it’s a good idea to know what you want to catch. Myrtle Beach fishing charters offer a variety of choices when it comes to selecting your desired catch of the day.


Join the Crazy Sister Marina team for an 11-hour trip for gulf stream combo fishing about 45 to 60 miles out on the ocean. You’ll catch Mackerel, Tuna, Wahoo, Marlin, and Sailfish. If you’d rather just spend half the day on the water, a near-shore fishing trip trolling for King and Spanish Mackerel may be a better fit. For the adventure seekers, a day of shark fishing creates unforgettable memories. The 6-hour shark fishing Myrtle Beach trip gives you a chance to reel in Black Tip, Spinner, Fine Tooth, and Blacknose sharks that range from three to five feet in length.


Consider your fishing trip budget. Crazy Sister Marina has a number of fishing trips from which to choose, ranging in price from under $50 to a customized budget for a personal charter trip.


Once you’ve decided which fish you’re most interested in catching, it’s time to prepare for the trip. Grab a small, waterproof duffle bag or backpack and fill it with a couple of pairs of clothes (as you’re likely to get a little wet!), and make sure you pack light-colored shirts. Being in the sun all day can get hot enough without wearing dark colors. You may also consider packing a pair of fishing gloves so you avoid any line cuts. Lastly, wear non-skid tennis shoes for the trip. The deck will get slippery and flip flops aren’t a great choice for a fishing adventure.


For the motion-sickness prone, grab an over-the-counter medicine to help you enjoy the trip despite the boat’s movement. Bonine and Dramamine are two of the most common that can be easily found at your local drugstore. Take the medicine about two hours ahead of sail time and you should enjoy hours of Myrtle Beach fishing.


Plan your Murrells Inlet charter fishing trip with the Crazy Sister Marina team today. With fishing trips that can fit any budget and nearly any size group, our charters are the best along the Grand Strand. Whether it’s the first time or the fifth, your Myrtle Beach fishing trip will be better when you spend it with the experienced captains and crew from Crazy Sister Marina.