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Im at myrtle beach for the next couple days with the wife and kids and my parents. We are at one of the mega hotels. Im on the balcony looking at the surf through my binos, lots of bait busting. I bought my L2fish, a 9wt and a spinning rod.

Myrtle Beach isn't really known as a fishing destination. So I think my plan is to hit the beach today with the family, bring the paddle board, look for bait busting in the surf and see what bites.

Tomorrow morning I would like to go after some reds. Does anyone know where I could put in around myrtle beach. I found a boat ramp north a little ways, Cherry grove boat ramp, which would put me into Hog inlet. Anyone ever fish around here.

Any help would be great. Thanks
 

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I don’t fish much north of Georgetown but if I remember correctly there isn't much marsh access in myrtle as it is all beach.
If you are able to make a little over an hour to an hour and half drive south there are a few ramps that would be good to launch a paddle board from. Buck hall and Garris landing on bulls bay/ICW or even further to paradise landing on the Wando.
 

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Under/in those bait balls you might find kings, spanish, tarpon, sharks, bluefish, trout, lots of different things. Sorry I don't know too much about that specific area, but a glance at Google Maps looks like you could have a lot of fun around low tide in the creeks.
 
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