Fishing Piers in the Myrtle Beach area.. The area offers many piers where you can take a walk out over the water, grab a bite to eat, or the most popular thing to do
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The area offers many piers where you can take a walk out over the water, grab a bite to eat, or the most popular thing to do … FISH. Most of these piers have a bait shop where you can rent fishing equipment and buy bait.
The most common fish caught off the coast are black sea bass, snapper, gouper, larger sea bass, trigger, dolphin, wahoo and king makerel. They have also caught shark off of the piers, so make sure you watch what you reel in on your line.
Now, let’s take a look at the piers here in the Myrtle Beach area.
There is the Apache Campground Pier. It has the longest pier on the east end and is open 365 days a year. There is a bait and tackle shop available at the pier. You can also enjoy live entertainment at the pier’s covered center stage. Enjoy fishing and crabbing as well as a long stroll to the end of the pier to see the amazing sunrises.
Cherry Grove Beach Pier. This pier was built in the 1950’s. It costs $1.00 to walk the pier. Also a great bait and tackle shop for all of your fishing needs. This pier is located on the most northern part of Chery Grove in North Myrtle Beach.
14th Ave. Pier. This pier has been part of the oceanfront since 1926. This pier is in the heart of the city and has weathered many storms. They offer a full service restaurant right over the water.
2nd Ave. Pier. This is a new renovation right on the boardwalk of Myrtle Beach. There is not only a bait and tackle shop, but a full service restaurant and a roof top bar with amazing views. This has to be one of the most popular on the Grand Strand.
Springmaid Pier. This is the longest pier at 1060 feet long and 36 feet wide with a 110 foot T at the end. This is a true Myrtle Beach Landmark which has hosted numerous fishing tournaments and offers on e of the best views of the Grand Strand.
Surfside Pier. This pier has been rebuilt 3 times. It has just recently reopened and is a staple to the residents of the surfside community.
Garden City Pier. It is FREE. This seems to be a popular pier for families. You can crab, fish or just hang out over the water.
As you can see there are many piers in the Myrtle Beach area. They offer the best views, fun fishing and some great bites to eat. Make sure to check out the pier closest to you when you are visiting the Myrtle Beach area.