The cold weather has set-in. But if you have lived her long, you know how quickly that can change. Without notice we can have an unseasonably warm day that makes you dream of getting out the fishing poles.
Yes you can beat the winter blahs and enjoy a day of fishing with fewer crowds and a great time with Captain Larry of Voyager Deep Sea Fishing fame. You can schedule a full or half-day private fishing outing for your employees and their families or just a few of your closest buddies.
Fishing is frequently considered a summer season activity, however here in Myrtle Beach you’ll find outstanding catches year-round because, even though you may not think so, South Carolina does have seasons and fish populations differ depending on the time of year!
Fall and winter season are great times to be out on the water doing some deep sea fishing with Voyager Deep Sea Fishing Charters. Here are 7 of our favorite needs to fish in the fall and winter months.
7 Benefits To Deep Sea Fishing In Fall And Winter
It’s A Little Cooler. If the Myrtle Beach heat is a little too much for you in the summer, you’ll relish the cooler temperatures that fall and winter bring. Humidity is lower too, making for an enjoyable day out on the water.
The Sun Is Less Extreme. The sun sits lower in the sky throughout these months, making it less extreme and the day overall more satisfying. However, you can still feel the warmth of a sunny day and enjoy the day on the ocean.
There’s Still Plenty Of Fishing. The fish don’t leave once summertime ends; you’ll still find a great range of fish and get lots of bites. You can expect to find Sea Bass, King Mackerel & Mahi Dolphin, Triggerfish, Grouper, Porgies, Amberjacks, Pink Snappers, Rudderfish, Big Cobia. You typically will not find these species closer to coast, as they require open and deeper waters to feed.
It’s Fun For The Family. Fishing is always an enjoyable family time and with less crowds in the fall and winter months, it’s simpler to arrange a full or half day charter with us.
Grouper Runs. Grouper, grouper, grouper! The cooler months are the very best time of year to fish for various types of grouper because they like the cooler water temperature levels. You can capture black grouper, red grouper, goliath grouper, gag grouper, and broom tail.
Whether you enjoy wahoo for their taste, for the excitement you get when one snatches a bite on your line, or simply seeing them streak through the water, the cold weather are the best time to attempt to catch one in Myrtle Beach.
Sharks have the tendency to congregate in shallower water during the cooler months, making them simpler to find (though not always to capture!). Blacktip and spinner sharks in particular are known to move through Myrtle Beach ocean waters during the winter months.