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The pristine coastal estuaries surrounding Myrtle Beach offer some of the best year-round fishing on the East Coast. We offer the finest fishing charters in the Myrtle Beach area, specializing in shallow water fly fishing and sight fishing for...more
My wife and I had a fantastic day inshore fishing with Jordan. We caught many redfish, flounder and trout. It was a beautiful day in a beautiful part of the world off Georgetown, SC. You can't beat the scenery, the relaxation and the good company....More
Before we even got out on the water capt. Pate had amazing communication through text, email and voice conversations.
Having the chance to get out on the water with capt. Pate was amazing. We caught some fish and had an amazing time. Got a chance...More
I have fished with Capt Jordan Pate on numerous occasions and he has never disappointed. Our last trip was spectacular as we landed a huge tarpon and too many red drum to count. I look forward to another fishing charter with Captain Jordan next Summer.
I have been fishing with Captain Jordan Pate for two decades now. I typically fish with Captain Pate in the late summer and in the fall. I can honestly say that his charter trips are my favorite and most productive fishing of the year for...More
I have to say this was one of my most memerable times in my life! Captain Mike and Matt was the most AWESOME!! They helped everyone BEFORE we even knew we needed help! We caught a lot of fish and sharks! They made sure of...More
John - Thanks for reaching out. Fishing is generally pretty good around Myrtle Beach in the Winter as we are primarily targeting redfish in shallow water. Also plenty of action happening on the nearshore wrecks for... More
John - Thanks for reaching out. Fishing is generally pretty good around Myrtle Beach in the Winter as we are primarily targeting redfish in shallow water. Also plenty of action happening on the nearshore wrecks for sheepshead and seabass. I will call you shortly to discuss in more detail. Thanks again, Capt. Jordan Pate