You can tell what Get Hooked Fishing Charter is all about just by the name! Join Capt. Lee in North Myrtle Beach and reel in a catch you’ll never forget.
Make yourself comfortable aboard a 32’ custom Florida built boat, designed to handle the roughest seas. Powered by a 225 HP Caterpillar engine, this vessel will take you to the fish in no time. She comes equipped with the latest fishing technology and all the gear you need, including downriggers and outriggers to get you hooked up. As many as six passengers can enjoy fishing North Myrtle Beach aboard this boat.
This vessel also features many amenities that will help you to feel at home while on the water. On board you will find a private restroom and sink, as well as misters to keep you cool when the fishing gets too hot! There is also a built-in stereo system for your enjoyment. If you’re feeling weary on the way home, you can rest on a bed in the cabin or on one of the bunks in the V-berth.
You will be fishing North Myrtle Beach with Capt. Lee, an experienced guide who has been fishing since he was just three years old. He will take you anywhere between five and 75 miles from shore, sharing fishing stories on the way. Families with young children will enjoy his half day trips nearshore, fishing for tasty treats like Spanish Mackerel or Black Seabass. For more possibilities, join him for a full day and target Amberjack, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and more.
For the really adventurous fisherman, Capt. Lee offers extended day trips fishing the Gulf Stream and the Bluewater, where you might catch anything from Snapper and Grouper to Wahoo and Sailfish!
Get Hooked Fishing Charter provides a fishing license and all the gear you need. You can keep your catch and it will be cleaned and filleted for you. Anglers of all ages are welcome, but Capt. Lee doesn’t recommend fishing for more than four hours with young children.
Book your trip today and come Get Hooked!
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T-Craft (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1994, and restored in 2016. Powered by a 225HP 3208 Caterpillar engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.