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Old 09-14-2009, 07:51 PM
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Heading down to see friends mid oct. Can anyone fill me in on what to expect? Pier stuff, surf stuff or whatever, totally clueless to that area. Any help much appreciated.

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Old 09-16-2009, 12:05 PM
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My folks live down there. Off the piers there's small stuff like spot, Lafayette, summer flounder etc…although a few King Mackerel show from time to time with the two rod/kite set ups. They used to catch shark there but they have disallowed shark fishing from the piers

Otherwise surf fishing stinks with small spot, layette, and a 4 pound bluefish is a prize and considered huge for the surf down there.

I usually hire a guide and go redfishing
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Whats the typical pier setup for down in Myrtle? I may go there for vacation.
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My folks live down there. Off the piers there's small stuff like spot, Lafayette, summer flounder etc?although a few King Mackerel show from time to time with the two rod/kite set ups. They used to catch shark there but they have disallowed shark fishing from the piers

Otherwise surf fishing stinks with small spot, layette, and a 4 pound bluefish is a prize and considered huge for the surf down there.

I usually hire a guide and go redfishing
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Old 07-05-2011, 08:24 PM
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It was tough fishing down there. I managed to fish Hog inlet with no luck.
Huge schools of Tiny tiny mullet were swimming around.
Heat and humidity sucked big time. I won't be moving south anytime soon.
I had to get a saltwater license for SC and it did not improve the fishing. lol
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