Myrtle Beach Visitors

Seahawk Inshore Fishing Charters not just for North Carolina visitors, South Carolina visitors are welcome too!

Just a short drive north from Myrtle Beach, S.C. and you can be fishing the secluded and beautiful backwaters of the lower Cape Fear area. If you are vacationing and staying in Myrtle Beach you may want to get away from the crowds for a day and book a fishing charter with Captain Jeff Wolfe. In about an hour you can be on a boat, fishing the inshore waters around historic Southport, Oak Island, and Bald Head Island, where the mighty Cape Fear River empties into the Atlantic Ocean. With the Cape Fear shoals and the east and south facing beaches, this area can offer some of the best year round inshore fishing that can occur in North and South Carolina. Redfish, speckled trout, flounder, gray trout, sheephead, black drum, whiting, and a number of inshore species can be caught throughout the year. Redfishing can be incredible in the winter months, especially December, January and into February.

Please look over the rest of the website and see what this area has to offer you for a fishing trip away from the crowds and a short drive from Myrtle Beach. Your Myrtle Beach fishing charter maybe just a hour away in the backwaters of Southern North Carolina. We have also included a map of the fishing grounds and a map of the short drive from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to a boat ramp on Oak Island, North Carolina. Thanks for checking us out for your Myrtle Beach fishing trip.

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This video was shot in December of 2011 by Michael Brazda Productions.
We caught good numbers of reds, a few speckled trout, and
flounder fishing the creeks behind Bald Head Island.
Additional things to do when visiting the Cape Fear Coastal Region: