The cold weather is here in Myrtle Beach, and it’s winter. If you’ve lived in Myrtle Beach for a while, you know how quickly things can change. It is possible to have an unseasonably hot day without notice that will make you want to get out on the deep sea fishing rods.
You can beat winter blues by fishing with Captain Larry, Voyager Deep Sea Fishing & Dolphin Cruises‘ fame. For your employees, their families, or just a few friends, you can arrange a half-day or full-day private fishing trip.
Although fishing is often considered to be a summer activity, there are still great catches all year round. South Carolina has seasons, and fish populations vary depending on the season.
Deep sea fishing Myrtle Beach is a great time of year, especially in the fall and winter seasons. Voyager Deep Sea Fishing Charters offers deep sea fishing charters. These are seven of our top picks for fishing in the fall and winter.
Benefits of Deep Sea Fishing in Winter
It’s a little cooler. You’ll love the cooler temperatures of fall and winter if the heat at Myrtle Beach is too much. The humidity is also lower, which makes for a more enjoyable day on the water.
The Sun is less extreme. These months the sun is lower in the sky, which makes it less extreme and gives you a more fulfilling day. You can still feel the sun’s warmth and enjoy the day at the sea.
You can still fish on charter boats. You won’t see the fish leave when summer ends. There’s still plenty of fishing available. King Mackerel & Mahi Dolphins, King Mackerel & Mahi Dolphins, Triggerfish and Grouper are all possible. Also, you can expect to see Porgies. Amberjacks. Pink Snappers. Rudderfish. Big Cobia. These species require deeper and open waters to survive. They are not usually found closer to the coast.
It’s Fun for the Family. It’s a great family activity and it’s easy to book a half-day or full day charter boats with us.
Grouper runs. Grouper, grouper and more grouper Because groupers prefer cooler water temperatures, the cooler months are best for fishing. Black grouper can be caught as well as red grouper and gag grouper.
You can catch wahoo in Myrtle Beach at any time of the year, whether you like their taste or the excitement they bring to your line.
Sharks tend to gather in shallower waters during cooler months. This makes them easier to spot (though sometimes harder to capture). Blacktip and spinner sharks are particularly known to be active in Myrtle Beach’s ocean waters during winter months.