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Myrtle Beach Weekend Fishing

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Myrtle Beach fishingThe weather forecast for the weekend is sunny and warm. Time to get out of the house and do some fishing in Myrtle Beach.

Our vessels are the cleanest in the area.  They are sanitized from top to bottom after every trip.  Running Gulf Stream trips every Saturday with Captain Larry on the Continental Shelf. 

March 16, 2020 – Captain Larry was out on his first Gulf Stream trip this past Saturday on the Continental Shelf.  With the new John Deer 750HP Turbo Diesel engine, 40 minutes of travel time was gained each way.  Although the seas were choppy, there were plenty of fish to be caught including Rudderfish, Red B-Liner Snappers, Grunts, Porgies, Amberjacks, Large Sea Bass, American Red Snapper and Grouper.  We will be running in the Gulf Stream every Saturday at 7 AM and starting in April on Tuesdays.

Captain Greg has been out on the Super Voyager ½ Day trips catching plenty of Black Sea Bass, Ringtail Porgies and Small Sharks.  We are running ½ Day trips every morning at 8:30 AM.  The charter boats have been catching Small Bonita Tuna while trolling and Black Sea Bass and Small Sharks while bottom fishing.

YES – We are open for business and sailing on Saturday.



Now is the time to plan a great weekend. Call Voyager Deep Sea Fishing & Dolphin Cruises 843-626-4900 to check availability.


Voyager Deep Sea Fishing & Dolphin Cruises
1525 13th Ave N
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(910) 575-0111
(843) 626-9500