Explore the beautiful waters of South Carolina with Fisher Of Men Charters and have a great time. Captain Randy Elliot has over 25 years of experience fishing. He’ll make sure to take you to some of the best fishing spots and honey holes to maximize your chances of catching some prized fish.
Join Capt. Randy on the 40’ Gloucester custom sportfishing boat. Powered by twin 300 HP Volvo engines, the vessel is ready to take you up to 25 miles and beyond. It comes equipped with everything you need while fishing North Myrtle Beach, from advanced technology to rods, reels, and tackle.
This boat caters to your comfort, featuring an onboard toilet, shaded deck, and bunks where you can snooze. Up to 6 passengers can fish aboard this private charter boat and children of all ages are welcome. Bring the whole family and enjoy fishing North Myrtle Beach together making memories.
Capt. Randy offers a variety of trips that allow you to get the most of your experience. Choose a half day charter and spend your time up to 10 miles from shore, trolling for Spanish Mackerel, Barracuda, Bonita, King Mackerel and more. You can also drift and bottom fish for numerous Sharks and Sea Bass on this trip. A great option for first-time anglers.
Or, spend the whole day on board, fishing over 25 miles out for a wider variety of options. With a full 8 hours or more at your disposal, you can troll for Amberjack, Mahi Mahi, Barracuda, Bonita, King Mackerel, and bottom fish for Snapper varieties, Grouper, Sea Bass and more as the seasons allow.
You’ll be provided fishing licenses, gear, and bait. Live bait may be caught during the trip and considered part of the fishing experience. You can keep your catch and it will be cleaned and filleted for you. The boat is located at Cricket Cove Marina, where you will find full facilities and restaurant.
Come enjoy fishing North Myrtle Beach today with Fisher Of Men Charters and make some amazing memories!
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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About the Captain
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Gloucester (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 1983, and restored in 2017. Powered by 2 300HP Volvo engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.