fishingFall Fishing Adventures

If you’re in Myrtle Beach during the fall, you’re in for a treat with fishing! October is a great time to catch different kinds of fish near the shore, close to the coast, or out in the deeper waters. You can do this by going on a special fishing trip called a “fishing charter.”

The people at Captain Smiley Fishing Charters LLC. have had a lot of success catching fish like vermillion snapper, grouper, cobia, Mackerel, and Sea Bass. Just know that when you catch a fish, you’ll need to work hard to keep it from getting away.

Some fishing trips in Myrtle Beach stay near the shore and have been really good at catching fish like Spanish Mackerel, Bonito, Black Drum, and Redfish. It takes patience and a good throw to catch them, but once you do, you’ll have a lot of fun. Other fishing trips go a bit farther from the shore and are good at catching fish like Flounder, Redfish, and Speckled Trout.

During this time of year, there are lots of small creatures like shrimp and baitfish in the water. And where there’s food, hungry fish are nearby.

Fishing in the fall in South Carolina is nice because the weather is not too hot, especially when you go out into the deep sea. You have a good chance to catch big fish that like to hide near ledges, rocks, and coral under the water. One of these fish is called a sheepshead, and it likes cooler water. They love to eat things like shrimp and crabs.

Between October and January, you’ll see a lot of spotted seatrout, a common kind of fish. Fall is a great time for fishing because the fish are still willing to bite the bait even though it’s getting colder. Sea trout like to hang out near oyster beds in the water.

If you go deep sea fishing in Myrtle Beach during this time, you might catch fish like triggerfish, amberjack, grouper, and red snapper. Using cut-up pieces of squid can be a good way to catch them.

During fall, the water is clearer because the algae start to disappear, which makes it easier to see underwater. Even though redfish usually stay near the shore, they sometimes move farther out during the fall. And if you’re feeling brave, you might want to try catching sharks, especially the big ones.

When it comes to catching fish, you can use different kinds of fake fish and setups to see which ones work best. Just try different things to see what the fish like.

If you’re thinking about going on a fishing trip this fall, feel free to give Captain Smiley Fishing Charters LLC. a call. We’d love to help you have a great time!

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Captain Smiley Fishing Charters LLC.
4495 Baker St
Little River, SC 29566
(843) 361-7445


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