Common questions

What fish are biting at Apache Pier?

What fish are biting at Apache Pier?

Anglers from the pier are catching much more than king mackerel. Lot of good-sized Spanish mackerel are also biting. Quality flounder have been plentiful, and anglers have been catching them in huge numbers. And pompano, spadefish, whiting, and sheepshead are also biting.

How much does it cost to fish off the Apache Pier?

Daily bottom fishing rates are $9.50, which includes two rods. A 7-day bottom fishing pass is $45; a 30-day pass is $140; and an annual pass is $225. King fishing is $19 daily; $70 for 7 days; $175 for 30 days and $325 for the year. Fishing rates are subject to change.

How deep is the water at the end of Apache Pier?

Apache Ocean Fishing Pier The pier has a 110′ “T” at the end.

How long is the Apache Pier in Myrtle beach?

1,206 feet
Apache Pier was built in 1994 and is also part of a very popular family campground complex — the Apache Campground. The pier itself has the longest wooden fishing pier on the entire east coast at 1,206 feet! Enjoy a stroll on the deck. Get outfitted from the full-service bait and tackle shop and fish all day long!

What fish is biting at Myrtle Beach?

Red Drum, Black Drum, Whiting, Croaker and Flounder will start making their presence known by biting on bait made of cut shrimp and minnows. Toward the latter end of the April and early May Blue Fish and Spanish Mackerel will migrate to the pier.

How much does it cost to fish off the pier at Myrtle Beach?

Myrtle Beach State Park Pier, lies three miles south of Myrtle Beach on U.S. 17. Prices: Free to walk on pier with paid park admission; Fishing pass $4.50; Rod $4 plus $20 deposit.

What happened to the pier in Myrtle Beach?

Our pier suffered extensive damage, losing over 50 percent of its length and scattering debris from Ocean Lakes to Garden city. It was a devastating blow. The pier is currently closed to fishing. FEMA has approved funds to rebuild the pier and the reconstruction is currently advertised to accept bids.

What is the best time to pier fish?

Generally speaking, the best time to fish from a pier is either early morning or sundown. This is when moving tides attract a lot of baitfish to the area, which in turn, brings out the big and hungry of the fish world, too.

What is the tide at Myrtle Beach right now?

Next high tide is 5:03 am. Next low tide is 11:41 am. Sunset today is 7:45 PM. Sun rise tomorrow is 6:54 AM.

What bait is best for beach fishing?

Baits. Sand Fleas are by far the best bait for surf fishing. You have heard the phrase, “Match the hatch” well, sand fleas are the most common food for fish in the surf. Other things that make good bait are live shrimp, fiddler crabs, and fresh peeled shrimp.

Is there a fishing pier in Myrtle Beach?

The Apache Pier is a Myrtle Beach fishing pier and the east coast’s longest wooden pier which also includes Croakers, a Myrtle Beach seafood restaurant.

What do you get at the croakers in Myrtle Beach?

We make ordering easy. Served with grits or hash browns, toast or biscuit. One Egg $5.29 Two Eggs $5.89 One Egg with Bacon $6.49 One Egg with Sausage $6.49 Two Eggs with Bacon $7.09 Two Eggs with Sausage $7.09 One Egg with Country Ham $7.49 Two Eggs with Country Ham $8.09 Three Eggs with Bacon $8.09 Three Eggs with Sausage $8.09

What to eat at the Apache pier in Myrtle Beach?

Croakers offers all of that and more on the Apache Pier. From fresh, locally caught shrimp and grouper sandwiches to crisp salads and freshly ground burgers, Croakers can deliver flavors that your wallet can swallow.

Which is the longest wooden pier in Myrtle Beach?

Apache Pier is the East Coast’s longest wooden pier! Myrtle Beach’s Apache Pier is open every day, year-round. Love to pier fish? Apache Pier offers daily pier fishing and king fishing rates as well as rod rental packages which include rod rental, daily fishing, and bait.