Myrtle Beach Sport Fishing is your key to the finest angling opportunities that the waters of Myrtle Beach have to offer. They go further than any comparable trips and there is a trip to meet any angler’s wishes and needs. Captain Jason and his other captains and crew can take you anywhere from saltwater estuaries to the back creeks, as well as going after monster bottom dwellers, pelagic predators, and Billfish up to 90 miles offshore from Myrtle Beach.
Depending on the trip you opt for and the distance we cross to get to the fishing spots, you will have a chance to come face to gills with a variety of species. Nearshore trips are great for families with little ones. On these trips, you can head up to 25 miles from Myrtle Beach and fish the artificial reefs and wrecks for King and Spanish Mackerel, Black Seabass, Cobia and others.
If you’re an adventurous fisherman, Capt. Jason will take you offshore where you’ll hook into the likes of Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Wahoo, King Mackerel, Amberjack, Grouper, Snapper, and more. Gulf Stream trips can even take you after the majestic Blue Marlin. Your captain will stay longer and go further to meet expectations. You’ll be able to troll, spin, jig, bottom fish, drift fish, and even kite fish for these impressive species.
All trips take place on a custom-built 35’ Triton center console. This is a seaworthy vessel, powered by twin 350 HP Mercury Verado engines and equipped with everything you need for a great day out on the water. Captain Jason is certified in first aid and CPR, and his boat is fitted with USCG-approved emergency equipment, and rods, reels, and tackle will be there for you to use, along with lures and bait.
All fishing licenses are also covered, as well as fish cleaning service by the captain. Just bring your friends or family, the desire to catch fish and have fun, and a positive attitude.
Jump aboard Myrtle Beach Sport Fishing and get ready for a day you’ll never forget!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Triton (Center console) originally built in 2005, and restored in 2020. Powered by 2 350HP Mercury Verado engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 50 knots.
Types of Fishing
When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 3.5% fee.
Myrtle Beach Fishing Calendar
FAQs about Myrtle Beach Sport Fishing
- $850 per group - Shark Fishing (4 hours)
- $1,100 per group - Half Day – Wreck/Reef Fishing (5 hours)
- $1,200 per group - Shark Fishing at Night (5 hours)
- $1,800 per group, additional $100 per person after 4 guests - 3/4 Day Offshore (8 hours)
- $2,000 per group, additional $100 per person after 4 guests - Continental Shelf (10 hours)
- $2,400 per group, additional $100 per person after 4 guests - Gulf Stream – Blue Water Trolling (12 hours)
- Live Bait Well (Always full and Running )
- Multimedia System
- Tuna Tubes
- Ice Box
- Rods, reels & tackle
- Live Bait
- Catch cleaning & filleting
- First Mate
- Fishing License
- Inshore Fishing (Up to 3 miles)
- Nearshore Fishing (Up to 20 miles)
- Offshore Fishing (Up to 90 miles)
- Reef Fishing
- Wreck Fishing
- Light Tackle
- Heavy Tackle
- Bottom Fishing
- Drift Fishing
- Kite Fishing
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Barracuda (Great)
- Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
- Grouper (Gag)
- King Mackerel (Kingfish)
- Marlin (Blue)
- Seabass (Black)
- Snapper (Vermilion)
- Triggerfish (Gray)
- Tuna (Blackfin)