In the spring we travel up to Weldon, North Carolina to fish the Roanoke River during the Striped Bass Spawning Run.
If you've never had the chance to fish for ocean stripers that come up the river to spawn, you're missing one of the most remarkable adventures of a lifetime. From the "Old Pro" to the "I've never fished before", the experience is truly unforgettable. It's great for kids, grand kids and Grandmas too! The height of the season is usually April 15 until May 15, and catching eighty to one hundred fish in a day is possible at this incredible fishery. Additional information about the Roanoke River.
Myrtle Beach backwater species like speckled trout, flounder, and spot tails can be caught in shallow, smooth water where there's no way to get seasick and the in shore landing is never too far away. The Georgetown jetties in Myrtle Beach attract many species normally only found offshore. King Mackerel and Tarpon as well as giant Red Drum are the targets here.
Fishing charters for Myrtle Beach SC. Companion website for Captain Ponytail Charters LLC. When booking for fishing charters in South Carolina, Captain Ponytail (Rod Thomas) is one of the most experienced fishing guides at Myrtle Beach, with many other fishing adventures to choose from and a ton of video content on his primary website, we know you will find him the best guide possible.
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