MYRTLE BEACH: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT
Staying at the lovely Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes Hotel, the second day we departed for Georgetown for a unique kayak fishing excursion, with Black River Outdoors Center, for a half-day guided kayak fishing tour.
Black River Outdoors offer two, four and six-hour Guided Kayak tours. In fishing kayaks, they take you where the fish are. Many big fish like to feed in very shallow creeks and inlets, where power boats can’t go. The kayak lets you go there!
Black River made it so easy! They provided the kayak, paddle, PFD, fishing gear and bait. Most of us were beginners, so not only was it fun, but we were delighted when we had success!
The experienced guides took us to the best fishing spots in the area, and we hung out and fished on the bank. We caught red fish, flounder, speckled trout, grouper, and flounder! (Check out the fish that Sommer caught!)
After a beautiful day on the water, we walked over to the Wicked Tuna for lunch. The best treat? They cooked the fish that Lori caught, an 18-inch Speckled Sea Trout, and it was delicious!
We enjoyed beautiful artful sushi rolls, paired with shrimp and grits, and other fish entrees. I just had to get their “fish and chips,” because its’ such a classic dish. And it was amazing!