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Old 05-16-2018, 09:46 AM
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Going to be in town the third week in August, and looking for a inshore trip. Hope to catch reds but not sure what other options are that time of the year. And recommendations for good guides?
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:18 AM
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Reel Fly Girlz Fishing Charters. They have a couple of boats and they catch fish.
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:22 AM
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Yea man, Capt. Caleb Hartley with Carolina Hook & Line for sure catches the most fish out of the fishing fleet in Murrells Inlet and has the most passion for it. He will do whatever is takes to put his clients on the fish. Check him out on instagram @captain_caleb_hartley and tell him Wilson sent you! Below is the link to their booking page
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Blythe1022 View Post
Reel Fly Girlz Fishing Charters. They have a couple of boats and they catch fish.
For nearshore i would go with them but not so sure about inshore... have heard some bad stories from people who went with them.
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by wgrayson2000 View Post
For nearshore i would go with them but not so sure about inshore... have heard some bad stories from people who went with them.
Why not inshore? I see the Fly Girl and Skinny Girl out all the time and I see them catching fish. I don't know them but know a lot of people that do. What have you heard bad?
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Old 05-16-2018, 10:57 AM
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The charter/guide game in Murrels Inlet has changed a lot, you have younger captains who care more about instagram posts and selling their 'gear' than you do actually putting people on fish. Jason Burton with Fly Girl is a native and a fisherman at heart. Hes there to put customers on fish...so fishing with him won't turn into a sales pitch for t shirts, hats, etc. I've fished with him on several occasions and he's who I recommend my family/friends to fish with if they're ever in the Myrtle Beach/ Murrels Inlet area.
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Old 05-16-2018, 11:00 AM
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I worked at Marlin Quay this past summer and we had numerous tourists who come back every year tell us that the captains had bad attitudes along with the fact that they didn't catch any fish... Not sure if they are being completely factual, but I have never heard anything bad about Caleb and I have never seen him return to the dock with anything less than a decent day. Just think he would be the best option for an inshore charter, i wasn't meaning to criticize your suggestion though!
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I'm out of this thread now as Heahen has brought up the constant war in Murrells Inlet!!
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if you want to catch big fish, a lot of fish, fish out of georgetown sc. Captain Jerry String with Mega Bite Charters is my recommendation. A very knowledgable captain! www.megabitefish.com
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First Strike Charters out of Marlin Quay. Ask for captain Roy on the Makin Wake a little bigger boat than most in the inshore/nearshore fleet. Roy catches fish and is a great dude. I agree with Wilson Robbie and Caleb are great guys to that catch fish.
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You may also want to give Capt Steve Fennell a call too.Ocean Tide Fishing Charters. He does all backwater.. I cant comment on the guys listed here, and they may be great Capt's.. but Capt Steve just won a few backwater tournaments (I believe they were down that wayver the past few weeks. He fishes with us up here in LR but fishes those areas as well.
843-957-4885. Tell him Stick Slinger sent you.. He will take care of you. Good luck fishing and if we can help out in any at while you are in the area, give us a shout!
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Capt.Jay Baisch!

Will flat out put you on the fish, inshore, offshore or nearshore.
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