Murrells Inlet Party Boat Fishing Trips

Book an exhilarating fishing expedition in Murrells Inlet aboard one of TripShock's party boat charters, where adventure meets abundant catches. Join fellow anglers as we venture into the bountiful waters teeming with prized species. Our experienced captains and crew ensure a memorable outing, guiding you to prime fishing spots along the inlet's winding channels. Cast your lines and feel the thrill of reeling in your prized catch against the stunning backdrop of landmarks such as the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk and the scenic Garden City Pier. Whether you're a novice or seasoned angler, our party boat fishing trips promise a perfect blend of fun and friends on the South Carolina coast.
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is party boat fishing?

Party boat fishing is when multiple parties will come together aboard the same vessel for a common/shared fishing charter. It will typically be either a bottom fishing charter or trolling charter, depending on the charter company. Don’t forget to review the restrictions before you book your fabulous fishing charter, as it will have plenty of important information. Party boat fishing is a fun and affordable way to experience fishing in beautiful Murrells Inlet!

2. How many people are on a party boat fishing trip?

Typically party boats in Murrells Inlet, SC, will have a capacity ranging anywhere from 70 to 108 passengers.

3. Is party boat fishing kid friendly?

Party boat fishing trips are geared more towards older children, as many charters will only allow kids ages 4 and up. Be sure to review the restrictions prior to booking, as this varies from charter to charter, and the restrictions will list age limits and other important information.

4. How long are party boat fishing trips?

Party boat fishing trips can last anywhere from 4 to 8 hours. When party boat fishing, the trip will be about half fishing and half traveling. If you book an 8-hour trip, for example, you will travel out to sea for about two hours, fish for four hours, then travel back for two hours. This is to get you in deep enough waters to start reeling in keepers!

5. What types of fish are you expected to catch when party boat fishing in Murrells Inlet?

In Murrells Inlet, expect to catch sharks, snapper, triggerfish, grunts, sea bass, and more! You will typically be allowed to keep what you catch, as long as it is in season and meets all regulations.


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