I won't go into the fact that I had a sea sick child who hardly fished, or that we were almost late, that won't factor into why it was just an average experience. My family and I had been wanting to take a fishing trip, but most were so expensive, this was $35 for a half a day, so it was the most reasonable. We didn't really know what to expect for that, but were looking forward to it anyway. The boat was large, but so packed to the gills with people, you had about 12-18 inches to fish in. elbow to elbow, and if you wanted to move to a different spot, forget it, too many people, and not enough space to walk around them to another spot. There was no casting, just dropping of lines, I will say most people caught quite a few fish, they put us in good spots, most were catching two fish at a time, but majority were too small to keep, so it was catch and release. Mainly we caught sea bass. I only saw one other type of fish, some kind of "blue fish". I mean, it was fun, don't get me wrong. We love being out on the water. It was a gorgeous day, but don't expect to catch any crazy large fish, or anything really interesting...probably won't...at least we didn't see anyone get anything cool. The crew was really helpful, they pull fish off the lines, and they will bait your hooks for you, they also have a little "cafe" with hot dogs and drinks, chips and snacks that were reasonably priced. ($1-4). It was nice, but the crowd made it less fun. I doubt we would do it again, but it was a good experience, and different from much of the other activities in Myrtle Beach. Oh, and also, you only fish about 2.5 hours, the rest of the time was spent riding out and in.
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