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Comment by Captain Keith Logan on November 24, 2011 at 11:49am

North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters

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Welcome to Feedin Frenzy Charters of North Myrtle Beach with Captain Keith Logan…

We are a full service, private fishing charter company offering Backwater, Inshore, Offshore, and Gulf Stream fishing.  We use only the highest quality equipment and provide all bait and tackle for our clients.  We run our excursions out of the Myrtle Beach / Grand Strand, South Carolina area. Families are Welcome and Encouraged!!! We invite you to explore these pages and learn about us and the fishing we offer from our base located at the Cricket Cove Marina and Snooky’s Restaurant & Tiki Bar, located at 4495 Baker Street, dock B-11, Little River, South Carolina.

Captain Keith Logan has over 30 years of combined Backwater and Offshore fishing in the area.  His personalized fishing charters are a great opportunity for both beginner and experienced anglers interested in fishing the waters of the Myrtle Beach / Grand Strand, South Carolina, and the lower North Carolina beaches.

Myrtle Beach Backwater/Inshore Fishing Charters: For the client seeking the “Light Tackle” experience. On this excursion, we will fish for Redfish, Flounder, Speckled Trout, Black Drum, Spanish Mackerel, and Bluefish in the coastal backwater creeks.  Fishing in our estuaries will give you a unique perspective of our area and wildlife.  While on this charter fishing trip, we will use either live bait or artificial lures. This is a “hands on” fishing trip, where each angler will cast and hold their rod and reel.

Myrtle Beach Inshore Fishing Charters: For the client seeking the “Light Tackle” experience. On this excursion, we will fish for Spanish Mackerel, Bluefish King Mackerel, Cobia, and Sharks just of the beach, depending on the time of year. While on this charter fishing trip, we will use either live bait or artificial lures. This is a “hands on” fishing trip, where each angler will cast and hold their rod and reel.

Myrtle Beach Offshore Fishing Charters: For the client seeking a “High-Speed, High-Intensity” fishing experience. On this excursion, we will fish for Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Cobia, Sailfish, Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna and/or Marlin, depending on the time of year. While on this fishing charter trip, we will use either live bait or artificial lures while trolling.

Myrtle Beach Gulfstream Fishing Charters: For the client seeking a “High-Speed, High-Intensity” fishing experience. On this excursion, we will fish for Spanish Mackerel, King Mackerel, Cobia, Sailfish, Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna and/or Marlin, depending on the time of year. While on this fishing charter trip, we will use either live bait or artificial lures while trolling.

Deep Sea Fishing Myrtle Beach Charters:  For the client seeking the “Deep Sea Bottom Fishing” experience. On this excursion, we will fish for Black Sea Bass, Grunts, Vermillion Snapper, Grouper, Triggerfish, Silver Snapper, Amberjacks and Sharks. While on this fishing charter experience, we will be bottom fishing using live bait and artificial jigs.

Children are definitely welcome on our charters and we will customize your fishing trip for all ages and skills levels. Our fishing reports are updated often, so come back and see what we’ve been catching!

Contact us by phone at 843-907-0064 or email at http://northmyrtlebeachfishingcharters.com for your Fishing Charters out of Little River, Cherry Grove, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, and the Grand Strand, South Carolina. We also service Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach and Oak Island, North Carolina. Enjoy Backwater Fishing, Sport Fishing and Deep Sea Fishing.  We look forward to making your stay in the Grand Strand a memorable one!

Feedin Frenzy Charters are Fishing the Carolinas’ Coast from Cape Fear to Myrtle Beach!

 

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Comment by Captain Keith Logan on May 6, 2011 at 9:53am

North Myrtle Backwater Charters with Capt. Keith and Feeding Frenzy Charters for Flounder

 

The Flounder bite is heating. The water is warming up and the bait is show up in the creeks and waterway.  Flounder bit is HOT around North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We fished on Thursday and Caught 30 Flounder mostly in the 13" to 14 3/4" range. We did end up with six keeper in the 15" to 18" range. We went thought 8 dozens mud minnows.

 

The Red Drum bite still is going on to. We end catching and releasing 5 that where in the slot. And we stopped counting on the small Reds that were released.

 

The trout bite has been good also lot of trout in the 13" to 16" range too.

 

Good Luck and Tight Lines,

 

Capt. Keith

 

If you would like to book a Backwater or Gulf Stream trip, there are still some days available.  Don’t miss out on this experience of a lifetime.

Captain Keith Logan

Holden Beach NC / North Myrtle Beach SC

www.FeedinFrenzyCharters.com

www.SouthCarolina-Offshore.com

Comment by Captain Keith Logan on January 20, 2011 at 9:58pm
We need your HELP on January 26 at the Public Hearing in N. Charleston, SC... There are usually are only 15 to 20 Fishermen that show up for these meetings. We need to flood the meetings. We need hundreds of Fishermen to show at this meeting. H&ll even thousands would be nice. Because there are 2.7 million boats register from North Carolina/Virginia state line southward to the east coast of Florida and the Florida Keys. Still show up and supports us, even if you do not want to speak...



We its time to put a stop to this mess... Before we all end up fishing in a fresh water pond.

Thanks
Capt. Keith


The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council is holding a series of public hearings and scoping meetings regarding fisheries management measures proposed for several federally managed species, including those within the snapper grouper management complex, dolphin (fish), wahoo, golden crab, and octocorals within the South Atlantic region. The measures will impact both commercial and recreational fishermen who fish in federal waters between 3 and 200 miles offshore ranging from the North Carolina/Virginia state line southward to the east coast of Florida and the Florida Keys.

*Informal presenations will be given and public comment will be accepted any time between the hours of 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM at each meeting location.

Wednesday, January 26
Crown Plaza Charleston Airport
4831 Tanger Outlet Boulevard
N. Charleston, SC 29418
Phone: 843/744-4422


Public Hearings will be held on three separate amendments:

*Comprehensive Annual Catch Limit Amendment to establish Annual Catch Limits and Accountability Measures for species not currently listed as undergoing overfishing as required by the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. Annual Catch Limits (pounds or number of fish) will be set for species in the snapper grouper management complex as well as dolphin, wahoo, and golden crab.

Snapper Grouper Regulatory Amendment 9 includes commercial trip limit options for greater amberjack, vermilion snapper, black sea bass, and gag grouper.

Comprehensive Ecosystem-Based Amendment 2 includes actions relative to the management of octocorals and non-regulatory actions that update existing Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) information. Also, modifications to the management of Special Management Zones in South Carolina, sea turtle release gear requirements for the commercial snapper grouper fishery, designation of new EFH areas and EFH-Habitat Areas of Particular Concern are being considered.

*The hearings/meetings will be open from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Council staff will provide periodic presentations and be on hand to answer questions. Local Council representatives will take formal comments on the public hearing documents any time between those hours. Public testimony will be video-streamed live via a link from the Council’s website at www.safmc.net as they occur.

*If you can not make the meeting then please email them how you fill about this and how it will effect you and your family...
Email comments to: CompACLAmendPH@safmc.net
The Council is also accepting written and email comments from January 12, 2011 until 5:00 p.m. on February 14, 2011. Copies of the public hearing and scoping documents with details on how to submit written comments will be posted on the Council’s web site and available by contacting the Council office at 843/571-4366 or Toll Free 866/SAFMC-10.


COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL CATCH LIMIT (ACL) AMENDMENT FOR THE SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION http://www.safmc.net/LinkClick.aspx?...s%3d&tabid=663


Motions from the South Atlantic Council’s December Meeting concerning ACL’s
Action 21: Management Measures for Dolphin
MOTION #50: SET A 20” MINIMUM SIZE LIMIT FOR DOLPHIN FROM FLORIDA THROUGH NEW ENGLAND COUNCIL’S AREA.

Action 26: Management Measures for Wahoo
MOTION #65: ESTABLISH A RECREATIONAL BOAT LIMIT OF 2 WAHOO PER BOAT/VESSEL PER DAY.
MOTION #66: SELECT THE ABOVE NEW ALTERNATIVE AS OUR PREFERRED
MOTION #63: ALLOW THE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR TO REDUCE THE BAG
LIMIT OF WAHOO TO 1 FISH AND REDUCE THE SEASON AS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE THE REDUCTION; MAKE THIS OUR NEW PREFERRED

Action 21: Management Measures for Atlantic Migratory Group Cobia
MOTION #31: ADD ALTERNATIVES TO CONSIDER 1 COBIA PER BOAT PER DAY
AND AN ALTERNATIVE THAT LOOKS AT A CLOSED SEASON FOR THE
RECREATIONAL FISHERY.



New limits for dolphin Wahoo and Cobia would be:

Wahoo.... 2 Per Vessel

Cobia ..... 1 Per Vessel

Dolphin... 9 per Person



*We need your comments and opinions so we can take them to the meetings with us.. Post up on how you fill good or bad.... This is the only way to let them know how we fill as a group... Post up even if you are going to the meeting too. We need to here from you!!!!

*Here are the links below to comment on..



First it was snapper/grouper/sea bass Now COBIA WAHOO DOLPHI
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com/modules.php?name=Forums&f...

Public Hearings/Scoping Meetings Set to Address Federal Fish
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com/modules.php?name=Forums&f...

Black sea bass may be off the menu
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com/ftopict-2217-.html

Black Sea Bass Recreational Fishing to CLOSE soon!
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com/ftopict-2199-.html
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Comment by Captain Keith Logan on September 12, 2010 at 9:12pm
Little River Backwater Fishing Charter with Feedin Frenzy Charters and Capt. Keith Logan 9/8/2010

The Big Red Drum bite in Little River is HOT!!!! We are catching 8 to 10 reds in the 27" to 40" range now. There are a good number of Keeper Flounder bring caught on our charters too. The Trout are showing back up in good numbers too. The Spanish Mackerel and Boneheads are show up off the beach on top of the water. We have been casting to them on light rods and Shimano Stradic 2500 reels. This is a awesome fight on light tackle. Most of the Spanish are in 2 to 3lbs range. If you are looking to do some Backwater Fishing give us a call at 843-907-0064.

Capt. Keith

South Carolina’s fishing has never been better and fishing in Myrtle Beach with Feedin Frenzy Charters is your best choice for fishing adventure! We specialize in charter fishing the Backwaters of the Carolina’s coast specifically located in Little River, South Carolina. We are easily accessible from the Wilmington area to the South Myrtle Beach area. Make your vacation a memorable event with our charter fishing packages. Feedin Frenzy Charters Offering 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and Full Day Charters, Gulf Stream Deep Sea Fishing Charters As well as Backwater Fishing Charters Available in Holden Beach, Oak Island, Southport, Ocean Isle, Caswell Beach, Long Beach, Little River, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach. Feedin Frenzy Charters is Fishing the Carolina Coast from Cape Fear to Myrtle Beach.

Comment by Captain Keith Logan on August 7, 2010 at 9:49pm
Holden Beach Deep Sea Fishing with Feedin Frenzy Charters and Capt. Keith Logan.

Had a family from Charlotte NC on the boat with us on Wednesday 8/4/2010 for a full day of Bottom fishing. We head to the Frying Pan Tower to jig up some bait and from there to 90 feet of water. It was lake Atlantic out there. We found the Beeline bite was still hot! We end up catching around 100 Beeliners only to keep our limit of 30 Beeliners in the 2 to 4 lbs range and some that were in the 5 lbs range too. Also found big Black Sea Bass, Trigger Fish, Grunts, AJs, Strawberry Grouper and Scamp Grouper there. We also hooked with a 10′ Sand Tiger Shark that we got up to the boat and before we could get a photo he broke the line. It was a wonderful day on the ocean!!!

Feedin Frenzy Charters serving Southport, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach North Carolina, Little River, Cherry Grove, North Myrtle Beach and the Myrtle Beach South Carolina area and offering private, deep-sea fishing charters aboard modern, clean and fast 30′ Contender fishing boats. Families and children are welcome!

Capt. Keith

Comment by Captain Keith Logan on August 7, 2010 at 9:47pm
Holden Beach Grouper Fishing with Feedin Frenzy Charters and Capt. Keith Logan.

Had a family from Troy NC on the boat with us on Tuesday 8/3/2010 for a full day Charter We started off trolling at the Horse Shore only to find Little Tunny. So we moved of to the tower area only to find Barracudas. We jig up some bait there at the tower to do some bottom fishing with. From there we head to 90 feet of water. Where found the Beeline and Grouper bite was hot!!! We end up catching 10 Scamp Grouper only to keep 6 of them and around 100 Beeliners only to keep our limit of 30 Beeliners in the 2 to 4 lbs range and some that were in the 5 lbs range too. Also found big Black Sea Bass, Trigger Fish, Grunts, AJs, Strawberry Grouper and Jolt Heads there. We had around 250 lbs of Bottom Fish. It was a wonderful day on the ocean!!!

Feedin Frenzy Charters serving Southport, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach North Carolina, Little River, Cherry Grove, North Myrtle Beach and the Myrtle Beach South Carolina area and offering private, Grouper fishing charters aboard modern, clean and fast 30′ Contender fishing boats. Families and children are welcome!

Capt. Keith

Comment by Captain Keith Logan on August 7, 2010 at 9:45pm
Holden Beach Spanish Mackerel and Shark Fishing with Feedin Frenzy Charters and Capt. Keith Logan.

Had a family from Fayetteville NC on the boat with us on Monday 8/2/2010 for a half day of Spanish Mackerel and Shark Fishing. We head to 25 feet of water just of Holden Beach Pier . To find the Spanish Mackerel a little slow. We head to the AR 440 to find the bit there Hot getting3 to 4 Spanish on at a time. Then we did some Shark fishing. We caught 3 Bonnethead Sharks, 1 Hammer Head Shark. They all had a great time catching the Sharks. It was a nice day out on the Ocean.

Feedin Frenzy Charters serving Southport, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach North Carolina, Little River, Cherry Grove, North Myrtle Beach and the Myrtle Beach South Carolina area and offering private, Spanish Mackerel and Shark fishing charters aboard modern, clean and fast 30′ Contender fishing boats. Families and children are welcome!

Capt. Keith


Feedin Frenzy Charters
Holden Beach NC/Longs SC
Cell 843-907-0064
http://www.feedinfrenzycharters.com
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com
http://www.southchathamtackle.com
Comment by Captain Keith Logan on August 7, 2010 at 9:42pm
This is one of many Flounder caught this morning in the rain! A 7lb. 2 oz flounder caught by Glenn Fullbright of Salisbury NC on a mud minnow while fishing canel near Holden Beach with Feedin Frenzy Charters, Holden Beach Backwater Fishing Charter with Captain Keith Logan

Capt Keith.
Feedin Frenzy Charters
Holden Beach NC/Longs SC
Cell 843-907-0064
http://www.feedinfrenzycharters.com
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com
http://www.southchathamtackle.com


Feedin Frenzy Backwater Fishing Charters, Holden Beach Backwater Fishing Charters serving Southport, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Holden Beach North Carolina, Little River, Cherry Grove, North Myrtle Beach and the Myrtle Beach South Carolina area and offering private, Backwater fishing charters aboard modern, clean and fast 22' Kenner Bay Boat. Families and children are welcome!
Comment by Captain Keith Logan on May 24, 2010 at 3:22pm
39.9 lbs Gag on a Blue Water Candy 7oz Blue dot Roscoe Jig

39.9lbs Gag Grouper caught in 120 feet of water of Holden Beach. Using a Blue Water Candy 7oz Blue dot Roscoe Jig. While fishing with Feedin Frenzy Charters out of Old Ferry Seafood in Holden Beach NC

Capt.Keith
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Captain Keith Logan
Feedin Frenzy Charters
Holden Beach NC/Longs SC
Cell 843-907-0064
http://www.feedinfrenzycharters.com
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com
http://www.southchathamtackle.com

Comment by Captain Keith Logan on May 24, 2010 at 3:21pm
30lbs African Pompano caught in 120 feet of water of Holden Beach. Using a Blue Water Candy 2oz Pink dot Roscoe Jig. While fishing with Feedin Frenzy Charters Out of Old Ferry Seafood in Holden Beach NC.

Capt. Keith
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Captain Keith Logan
Feedin Frenzy Charters
Holden Beach NC/Longs SC
Cell 843-907-0064
http://www.feedinfrenzycharters.com
http://www.southcarolina-offshore.com
http://www.southchathamtackle.com

 

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