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Fishing Piers in Myrtle Beach

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Fishing pros and beginners alike can bond over their love of adventure and the thrill of catching dinner at one of the many fishing piers in Myrtle Beach. Depending on the time of year and where you go, guests can expect to catch flounder, snapper, trout, and drum – to name a few. There are several piers along the Grand Strand that allow fishing so you are sure to find the perfect spot. Check out some of the top area piers for fishing and try your hand at this age old sport during your next trip to Myrtle Beach:


Cherry Grove Beach Pier – Located on the north end of the strand at Cherry Grove Beach, this historic pier has been around since the early 1940’s. Several storms and remodels later, it remains as popular as ever. A stroll along this pier will only set you back $1 per person. A daily fishing pass may be purchased at the new bait & tackle shop, as can anything else you will need for your fishing adventure.

Myrtle Beach State Park – Located just south of Myrtle Beach along highway 17, this scenic retreat provides spectacular fishing without the crowds that you’ll find at other local piers. It is free to walk the pier with regular park admission and a fishing pass will only set you back $4.50.

Second Avenue Pier – Perhaps the most well known pier in the area, this popular attraction has been around for over 75 years. The Second Avenue Pier recently received a facelift in addition to their restaurant and tackle shop. There is a $1 fee to enter the pier and those wishing to fish can purchase a fishing pass ($9) upon arrival. Guests are also permitted to bring their own gear or rent whatever they could need from the tackle shop.

Surfside Beach Pier – Located just south in Surfside Beach, this pier dates back to the 1950’s, though it has been rebuilt three times since then. A daily fishing pass here is $9 and the bait and tackle shop have everything you could need for an afternoon of fun. There is also an ice cream shop that serves us succulent snacks to help you refuel. 

Pier at Garden City – The Garden City pier is close to an array of family friendly beach fun. A fishing pass here costs $9.50 for the day, though kids are only $4.75. There are also weekly and seasonal passes available. The bait and tackle shop offer everything you could need to complete your fishing adventure. Guests to this pier can also enjoy an arcade and restaurant.



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