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I'm going on a family vacation next week to Myrtle Beach (Technically Surfside Beach). Does anyone know any good places to fish from the bank around there? I'm staying near Ocean Lakes in anyone knows where that is. Also whats a good color soft plastic for the area?

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When you get to your location just bring up google maps on your phone or use hotel computer... Search around and look for bodies of water. If the body of water has a name on it like "Lake X"  then its probably public. 

 

Heck if I were you maybe try to see if you can get on a golf course pond...theres only like 6 million golf courses there. 

 

As far as the color goes thats all going to depend on what the water looks like and the weather conditions. IMO you can't go wrong with some green pumpkin or junebug...I would just pick up a bag of each. 

 

Its going to be hot as hell so get out first thing in the morning or in the evening... 

 

Have fun and get you a big ole' toad. 

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I am going to the same place in another week let us know how you did. I actually stay in Ocean Lakes and have always fished the ponds on the property there in the past -  just little dinks in early morning, but enough to stay occupied. Big Scrooge and I would definitely be willing to venture out to look for something better

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I hired a guide out of Little River once. It wasn't worth the $$$. We couldn't find any reds, flounder or trout so we caught some sharks off a nearshore reef. That was fun, but not $350 fun. You can drive down to Huntington Beach St Park. There were people fishing on the beach last time we went. There's parking, bathrooms, etc. I think there's some freshwater there too because we saw some gators on the way in/out.

 

We usually stay in Pawleys Island. I take my kayak and put in the inlets behind the island. I've caught a few flounder and a toadfish. I have seen reds swimming there, but couldn't catch any.

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On 6/29/2017 at 8:45 AM, Little Scrooge said:

I am going to the same place in another week let us know how you did. I actually stay in Ocean Lakes and have always fished the ponds on the property there in the past -  just little dinks in early morning, but enough to stay occupied. Big Scrooge and I would definitely be willing to venture out to look for something better

That's near where we stayed at. We stay at Pirateland if you know where that is. I found a small lake not far from the camp ground called crystal lake, and caught a couple small ones

On 6/30/2017 at 2:09 PM, the reel ess said:

I hired a guide out of Little River once. It wasn't worth the $$$. We couldn't find any reds, flounder or trout so we caught some sharks off a nearshore reef. That was fun, but not $350 fun. You can drive down to Huntington Beach St Park. There were people fishing on the beach last time we went. There's parking, bathrooms, etc. I think there's some freshwater there too because we saw some gators on the way in/out.

 

We usually stay in Pawleys Island. I take my kayak and put in the inlets behind the island. I've caught a few flounder and a toadfish. I have seen reds swimming there, but couldn't catch any.

i thought about renting a kayak and going fishing in winyah bay or the river, but i never got a chance to

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On 7/3/2017 at 7:54 PM, adbassfishing said:

That's near where we stayed at. We stay at Pirateland if you know where that is. I found a small lake not far from the camp ground called crystal lake, and caught a couple small ones

i thought about renting a kayak and going fishing in winyah bay or the river, but i never got a chance to

There's an outfitter that guides kayak inshore fishing trips fr $160/person. Black River Adventures. If you're interested. That's a lot cheaper than a guide with a boat.

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