Pretty decent day of bottom fishing with these guys from Concord, NC yesterday. Caught more that we couldn't keep than we could but still a couple of bags of filets for the guys to take home. Thank you Sid Litzelman for booking with us. #littleriversportfishing #charterboat #charterfishing #myrtlebeachyachtclub #myrtlebeachsc #littleriver #gradylife
We had four young but experienced fisherman onboard today looking some nice king action. Bryce, Kelsy, Robert and Brittney joined us today ready for action. Ocean conditions were fantastic and we were able to boat a few fish. Really enjoyed having the young people with us today. They even shared a pic of the meal they prepared with their catch. Thanks guys.
Had the pleasure of taking this young man, his father and his two uncles with us today. This was the first time the young fella had ever been on the ocean. He was able to catch his first king mackeral with us today. We had several knock downs but getting the hook up was tough. Ended the 6 hr. trip with a couple decent fish for the guys to take home. Nothing like seeing the excitement of a young person with a fish on the line.
Had the pleasure of having these four guys with us for two days this week. On Wednesday we headed about 88 miles offshore on slick calm waters looking for mahi, tuna and wahoo. Started trolling in 150' of water out to 800' of water and just could find the warm water. Found out later in the day that the warm water was another 16 miles way at 1100'. We did however, have some beautiful blue water, a couple of large sea turtles, several porpoises and a couple of huge hammerhead s
Saturday officially began our charter season for 2020. Headed out of Myrtle Beach Yacht Club with J J Fuller, his son Lukas and his buddy Will for a full day charter. Broke the inlet about 6:30 to calm seas and hammered down about due South. About 17 miles out we noticed a significant change in sea conditions and not for the better. Checked up our speed and continued on for a few more miles then decided we would go ahead and troll the last couple of miles to our numbers. Shor