About Us

Serving Myrtle Beach, Pawleys Island, Georgetown, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

The majority of our trips will depart from Winyah Bay in Georgetown, South Carolina, just 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach. From Georgetown, we will have easy access to several different bodies of water that include the North Inlet Preserve, Winyah Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Santee River Delta. Each area has it own unique saltwater estuary which gives us many options for fishing. While traveling to the fishing grounds, we often encounter alligators, bald eagles, dolphins, sea turtles as well as historic rice plantations. The beauty and richness of our saltwater estuaries and the surrounding wildlife is simply indescribable.

Captain Jordan Pate

A native to the South Carolina Lowcountry with over 30 years of experience fishing the inshore waters just south of Myrtle Beach. After earning his Bachelors degree from the College of Charleston in 2001, and a Masters degree from Bond Univ. in Queensland Australia, Capt. Jordan returned to his hometown of Pawleys Island to raise a family and begin his career as a fishing guide. Devoted husband and father of two, Captain Jordan is dedicated to sharing his passion of the outdoors with others while creating memories that will last a lifetime. US Coast Guard Licensed and Insured.

Our Boats

214 Sportsman – Bay Boat

The 214 Sportsman Bay Boat is a top of the line in it’s class, featuring all the latest electronics and features that make fishing the Myrtle Beach area easy.

1602 Action Craft – Flats Boat

The 16ft Action craft is a shallow water machine, with a shallow 7in draft, this boat allows us to reach fish that many boats cannot. Ideal for fly fishing and small groups of two or less people.

“Captain Pate did a remarkable job at showing us a great time on the water and catching lots of fish. I was even more impressed with his engagement with all members of the boat (11 year old child included). He worked very hard at teaching everyone exactly what we were trying to do. He also exhibited an immense amount of knowledge about the area and fishing in general.”
John Chase

Fishing Reports

Stay up to date with updated fishing reports from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Winter Redfish

February 6th, 2016|Comments Off on Winter Redfish

Wintertime is one of my favorite times of year to target redfish as they are congregated in the shallow creeks and bays. We've experienced some beautiful weather here in Myrtle Beach this Winter which has [...]

November Fishing Report

December 7th, 2015|0 Comments

The weather here in Myrtle Beach has been fantastic, and so has the fishing. Fall is perhaps my favorite time of year to be on the water when fishing is at it's best. We've been [...]

Myrtle Beach Fishing Report: Fall Tarpon Fishing

October 14th, 2015|0 Comments

The Tarpon fishing is in full swing along the coast of Myrtle Beach. The mullet run has kicked into high gear and large number of migratory tarpon are beginning their annual migration south as they [...]


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