inshore fishingThe Best Tips for Inshore Fishing

Many people love inshore fishing. You can fish all year long. It’s affordable and accessible. Anglers along the Atlantic Coast target fish such as striped bass and redfish.

They also catch flounder, snook and speckled Trout. Bonefish and tarpon are all found in tropical areas like the Caribbean. These fish are known for having a fierce fighting ability. Anglers can catch salmon, calico bass and striped bass on the West Coast.

It’s crucial to learn how and where to fish for new species before you begin. It’s possible that you will need to learn new techniques and tactics for a particular species by paying close attention to your charter fishing captain. It may be necessary to change your boat or buy a brand-new one. However, Captain Smiley Fishing Charters has the right equipment and boats for inshore fishing.

We provide all the information you need to be successful in offshore fishing. This includes details on different species, techniques and boats.

Popular Inshore Game Fish

Captain Smiley Fishing Charters will help you catch your favorite species of inshore fish, such as redfish, striped basses, speckled trout, and more. We can help you catch more fish, no matter what species you are after. Here are the top inshore fish you can catch.

Inshore Fishing Techniques

Inshore fishing is popular in Myrtle Beach because it allows anglers to see the fish that they are pursuing. Some prefer to use light tackle in order to catch large fish.

Inshore fishing is often compared to hunting because you have to find and outsmart fish before they notice. We can teach you the best techniques for catching a trophy fish, no matter the reason you enjoy inshore fishing.

Inshore fishing boats

Inshore fishing in Myrtle Beach is done with specialized boats such as bay boats, flats and skiffs. These boats are able to access shallow waters where larger center consoles cannot. These boats are lighter, have a shallower draft, and use lower horsepower. There are many boat options for inshore fishermen.

inshore fishingCaptain Smiley Fishing Charters announces new this year is the 23′ Migration, with her size Captain Smiley’s will finally be taking groups of up to 6 anglers!

The Migration fishes well both offshore and inshore and will be the perfect boat not just for fishing in the creeks and along the Intracoastal for redfish, trout, and flounder; but will also fit the bill for trolling along the beach and the nearshore reefs for Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, barracuda, and cobia as well as making the perfect platform for shark fishing.

Our shark fishing is even good inside the inlet, so even when it is windy offshore we are still able to fish comfortably for sharks. Shark fishing and trolling are two fun styles of fishing that are great in the summer as the baitfish move inshore bringing the larger predatory fish and sharks closer to shore than they are at other times of the year.

If you are in town on vacation and looking for a fun way to spend time outdoors as a family, or you are the seasoned angler looking for the ultimate fight on light tackle then these trips are most surely for you. Call Captain Smiley Fishing Charters LLC. now.

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

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