Captain
Keith Logan

Member since June 2014 North Myrtle Beach, United States
Background
Charter Fishing in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach with Captain Keith Logan If you're looking for a seasoned and knowledgeable fishing guide in the North and South Carolinas, look no further than Captain Keith Logan. With over 40 years of experience fishing in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach, Captain Keith has the skills and expertise to make your charter fishing trip a success. Expertise and Experience Captain Keith Logan is not only a native of the Carolinas, but he also grew up fishing in the local waters. He has spent over three decades perfecting his craft and exploring the productive waters of Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach. As a result, he has gained extensive local knowledge and experience that sets him apart from other fishing guides. Tournament Angler While Captain Keith may have a quiet and easy-going demeanor, don't be fooled by his calm exterior. He is a tournament angler who has earned a wealth of credentials in the fishing industry. His expertise and skills have helped him win numerous fishing competitions. Customizable Charter Trips Captain Keith Logan offers customizable charter trips to suit the needs and preferences of his clients. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, he can tailor the trip to your skill level and goals. He also provides all necessary equipment and tackle, ensuring a hassle-free experience. Book Your Charter Trip Today If you're ready for an unforgettable charter fishing experience in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, or Ocean Isle Beach, book your trip with Captain Keith Logan today. With his expertise and extensive local knowledge, he can help you catch the fish of your dreams while enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery.
Techniques
Myrtle Beach is a popular vacation destination that offers a variety of fishing opportunities. As an experienced captain and avid angler, I've had the pleasure of fishing in the area for many years. In this article, I'll be sharing with you some of my favorite styles of fishing in Myrtle Beach. Inshore Fishing Inshore fishing is one of the most popular styles of fishing in Myrtle Beach. It involves fishing in the shallow waters of the marshes and creeks that surround the area. Inshore fishing is particularly effective for catching redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. We typically use live bait, such as shrimp or minnows, or artificial lures to attract the fish. Offshore Fishing Offshore fishing is a style of fishing that involves traveling to deeper waters to catch larger fish such as tuna, mahi-mahi, and marlin. Offshore fishing is typically done on a chartered boat, and we use a variety of techniques such as trolling, live bait fishing, and jigging to catch the fish. Myrtle Beach offers a variety of fishing opportunities for anglers of all skill levels. Whether you're looking to fish inshore or offshore, from a pier or kayak, or just cast a line from the shore, there's something for everyone. I hope that this article has been helpful in guiding you towards some of the best fishing opportunities in the area.

Hey, I'm Captain Keith Logan

North Myrtle Beach, Estados Unidos
Background
Charter Fishing in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach with Captain Keith Logan If you're looking for a seasoned and knowledgeable fishing guide in the North and South Carolinas, look no further than Captain Keith Logan. With over 40 years of experience fishing in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach, Captain Keith has the skills and expertise to make your charter fishing trip a success. Expertise and Experience Captain Keith Logan is not only a native of the Carolinas, but he also grew up fishing in the local waters. He has spent over three decades perfecting his craft and exploring the productive waters of Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, and Ocean Isle Beach. As a result, he has gained extensive local knowledge and experience that sets him apart from other fishing guides. Tournament Angler While Captain Keith may have a quiet and easy-going demeanor, don't be fooled by his calm exterior. He is a tournament angler who has earned a wealth of credentials in the fishing industry. His expertise and skills have helped him win numerous fishing competitions. Customizable Charter Trips Captain Keith Logan offers customizable charter trips to suit the needs and preferences of his clients. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, he can tailor the trip to your skill level and goals. He also provides all necessary equipment and tackle, ensuring a hassle-free experience. Book Your Charter Trip Today If you're ready for an unforgettable charter fishing experience in Sunset Beach, Myrtle Beach, or Ocean Isle Beach, book your trip with Captain Keith Logan today. With his expertise and extensive local knowledge, he can help you catch the fish of your dreams while enjoying the beautiful coastal scenery.
Techniques
Myrtle Beach is a popular vacation destination that offers a variety of fishing opportunities. As an experienced captain and avid angler, I've had the pleasure of fishing in the area for many years. In this article, I'll be sharing with you some of my favorite styles of fishing in Myrtle Beach. Inshore Fishing Inshore fishing is one of the most popular styles of fishing in Myrtle Beach. It involves fishing in the shallow waters of the marshes and creeks that surround the area. Inshore fishing is particularly effective for catching redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. We typically use live bait, such as shrimp or minnows, or artificial lures to attract the fish. Offshore Fishing Offshore fishing is a style of fishing that involves traveling to deeper waters to catch larger fish such as tuna, mahi-mahi, and marlin. Offshore fishing is typically done on a chartered boat, and we use a variety of techniques such as trolling, live bait fishing, and jigging to catch the fish. Myrtle Beach offers a variety of fishing opportunities for anglers of all skill levels. Whether you're looking to fish inshore or offshore, from a pier or kayak, or just cast a line from the shore, there's something for everyone. I hope that this article has been helpful in guiding you towards some of the best fishing opportunities in the area.

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Fishing Reports

Myrtle Beach Fishing Forecast, June 2023
Myrtle Beach Fishing Forecast, June 2023
May 26, 2023 North Myrtle Beach
June 2023 Myrtle Beach Fishing Synopsis Immerse yourself in our vivid recounting of the remarkable fishing expeditions that transpired in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina during the June of 2023. Spring Comes to Life: Angling in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Springtime in Myrtle Beach is a bustling period brimming with vitality, bringing with it a marked surge in aquatic activity. This season sees Redfish, Speckled Trout, and Flounder steal the show. As winter's repose wanes, these inshore fish species awaken, creating a spectacle of awe and fascination for fishing enthusiasts. Redfish - The Maritime Gem The Redfish, known locally as the Spottail Bass, enjoys particular affection among South Carolina's anglers. Its undeniable popularity in the Grand Strand is attributed to its steadfast presence and the potential for significant hauls. Tactics and Techniques for Fishing Various methods and lures are employed in the pursuit of Redfish. Among favored techniques are live bait, artificial, and topwater strategies. The transition from spring ushers in the likelihood of substantial catches. Live bait is a preferred choice, with Mud Minnows highly coveted for their resilience and accessibility. We've been successful in capturing Menhaden in the Sunset Beach vicinity using a cast net, supplementing our bait options, alongside Mud Minnows, in the face of a live shrimp shortage. Artificial Shrimp and Gulp baits can yield profitable outcomes with a bit of skill, and as dawn breaks, topwater techniques begin to show promise. We expect this trend to extend into the upcoming June. Flounder - The Stealthy Predator of Cherry Grove Spring has seen exceptional Flounder catches in Cherry Grove and Sunset Beach, contributing to lasting memories with skilled anglers on board, such as the 11-year-old who landed a stunning 7.5-pound Flounder. The triumph was not just in the size of the catch but in the employed methodology. Flounder Catching Techniques Departing from the typical Cherry Grove Flounder fishing method of slow-trolling Mud Minnows at the bottom, our clients have been successful with Flounder using similar techniques to those used for Redfish and Speckled Trout. Flounder's reaction to bait is largely contingent upon the presentation, often responding more eagerly to suspended bait than to trolled offerings. Speckled Trout - The Coastal Chameleon We have recorded impressive Speckled Trout hauls around oyster bars and rips, stretching from Little River to Calabash. Fishing Strategies for Speckled Trout With water temperatures touching the lower 70s, the Speckled Trout population sees a significant increase before the summer heat reaches its peak. Conservation is a key aspect of our fishing charters. Therefore, while we permit the keeping of some trout for meals, we actively support the 'Release over 20' initiative which promotes releasing all fish over 20 inches to ensure a thriving future fish population. The majority of Trout bites have been on Mud Minnows and artificial baits due to a shortage of live shrimp. Casting Menhaden can prove challenging in windy conditions but has nonetheless contributed to successful catches. Spanish Mackerel - The Flamboyant Coastal Performers During your North Myrtle Beach getaway, the Spanish Mackerel, visible offshore through bird clusters and water frothing, may catch your eye. These fish provide some of the most invigorating encounters on the water. Seizing the Excitement While some anglers target Spanish Mackerel by trolling small spoons behind planers, we prefer to enhance the thrill for our charter clients. Rather than sticking to conventional methods, we seize the opportunity to cast when they are surface-active, which may even pave the way for fly fishing opportunities. The Anticipated Appearance of King Mackerel As we edge towards June, we look forward to enticing nearshore chances for King Mackerel fishing. With water temperatures teetering around 70 degrees, King Mackerel find the beachside waters increasingly attractive. Early reports of King Mackerel catches off Myrtle Beach piers are already making the rounds, fueling our excitement. The Impending Tarpon Season Though still a bit distant, the anticipation for the upcoming tarpon season is palpable. The challenge of going after Tarpon, a personal favorite among our species, offers a distinctive fishing experience. If you're up for this adventure, we recommend securing a spot between late June and September. Reserve Your North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charter Today! We extend an invitation to you to join us on an exciting journey and experience the thrills and joys of fishing in North Myrtle Beach. Our deep understanding of these waters, honed over 40 years of exploration, promises you a unique fishing experience. To book your adventure, reach out to us today or use our user-friendly online booking system. Don't just listen to tales of North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters – become a part of the narrat
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Myrtle Beach Fishing Conditions in March
Myrtle Beach Fishing Conditions in March
Mar 21, 2023 North Myrtle Beach
As professional fishing charter providers, we understand how important it is to stay up-to-date on the latest fishing reports and techniques. This March, we’re excited to share with you our comprehensive fishing report for Myrtle Beach, filled with the latest updates and tips to help you make the most of your next fishing trip. Myrtle Beach Fishing Conditions in March March is a fantastic time to go fishing in Myrtle Beach, as the waters are starting to warm up and the fish are becoming more active. With the water temperature ranging between 60-65 degrees Fahrenheit, you can expect to catch a wide variety of fish such as Spotted Seatrout, Red Drum, Black Drum, Sheepshead, and Flounder. The inshore fishing during this time of year is particularly good, with the fish coming out of their winter lethargy and becoming more aggressive. If you’re planning to go fishing in Myrtle Beach in March, we recommend using live bait or soft plastics to entice the fish. Tips for Catching More Fish in Myrtle Beach in March If you want to increase your chances of catching more fish during your trip to Myrtle Beach in March, here are some tips that we recommend: Focus on fishing in shallow waters where the fish are more likely to be active. Use the lighter tackle to make your bait more enticing and to feel the bites more clearly. Pay attention to the tides, as the fish are more likely to be feeding during high tides. Use a popping cork to create noise and attract the fish to your bait. Target structures such as docks and bridge pilings, as these areas are likely to be holding fish. Be patient and persistent, as fishing can sometimes require a lot of time and effort. Best Fishing Spots in Myrtle Beach in March When it comes to fishing spots in Myrtle Beach in March, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of our top recommendations: Cherry Grove Pier: Located in North Myrtle Beach, this pier is a great spot for catching Spotted Seatrout, Black Drum, and Sheepshead. Murrells Inlet: This inlet is known for its Red Drum and Flounder fishing, as well as its scenic beauty. Little River Jetties: This area is popular for its Spotted Seatrout and Red Drum fishing, and is also a great spot for bird watching. Myrtle Beach State Park: This park offers a variety of fishing opportunities, including surf fishing and pier fishing. Winyah Bay: Located about an hour south of Myrtle Beach, Winyah Bay is a prime spot for catching Red Drum and Spotted Seatrout. Myrtle Beach is a fantastic destination for fishing enthusiasts, and March is an especially good time to visit. With the waters starting to warm up and the fish becoming more active, you can expect to catch a wide variety of fish using live bait or soft plastics. Remember to be patient, use lighter tackle, and target structure for the best results. And if you’re looking for the best fishing spots in Myrtle Beach, be sure to check out Cherry Grove Pier, Murrells Inlet, Little River, Myrtle Beach State Park, and Winyah Bay. We hope this fishing report helps you plan an unforgettable fishing trip to Myrtle Beach this March!
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Doc L.
Colonial Heights, TN
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Nice trout

VERIFICADO   NUEVO  Extended Half Day Trip (PM) on Septiembre 15, 2023
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Kennith G.
Lyman, SC
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Half day trip with Captain Keith!

VERIFICADO   Half Day Inshore Fishing Trip (AM) on Julio 26, 2023
We had a great trip. Everything went as expected. Captain Keith was awesome. He had a great attitude and kept us fishing the...
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Jordan H.
CONCORD FARR, TN
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5.0 / 5
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Excellent
5.0 / 5
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Four Hour Trip

VERIFICADO   Half Day Inshore Fishing Trip (PM) on Junio 5, 2023
Had a great time with Captain Darin on our 4 hour inshore trip. Caught several sheepshead.
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Michele H.
Myrtle Beach, SC
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Half day trip with Captain Keith

VERIFICADO   Half Day Inshore Fishing Trip (AM) on Junio 17, 2021
We had a great time fishing with Captain Keith!  He was knowledgeable and was especially patient with me since I am a novice...
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Chad R.
Flora, IN
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July fishing trip

VERIFICADO   Full Day Inshore Fishing Trip on Julio 8, 2022
Captain Keith had to cancel but was able to get us with another Captain. Captain Darius worked his tail off to put us on fish...
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