Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for North Myrtle Beach (Hog Inlet Pier), SC
Hog Inlet Pier is located in North Myrtle Beach, Horry County, SC. The pier extends into the Atlantic Ocean and is surrounded by beaches that are part of the “The Grand Stretch,” a 60-mile length of beach in northeastern South Carolina. The pier is a popular spot for swimming and fishing. The city of North Myrtle Beach has many restaurants and shops as well as attractions including an animal park, an amusement park, and regular parks. The long, beautiful beaches are the primary attraction though.
What Tide Is Best For Fishing?
By Adam Young. Our US Harbors Fishing Expert The impact of tides has huge implications when it comes to fishing and angler success. In fact, tides are some of the most powerful and influential forces on earth…but how can the common angler use these to their advantage? To start, anglers… Learn More
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Boating on the Mississippi
By Andy Whitcomb Just because it has been called “Old Man River,” the Mississippi River is not just reserved for senior citizens. Well over 2000 miles long and flowing from Minnesota to Louisiana, there are some Mississippi river boating opportunities for everyone. Mississippi National River and Recreation Area via Wikimedia… SEE MORE
Ship Captain Believes ChatGPT Told Him To Change Course
By John Konrad (gCaptain). gCaptain has obtained a troubling report from an American captain, who claims that a shipowner utilized an AI bot, potentially ChatGPT, to suggest modifications to the ship’s voyage plan. While the captain chose not to adhere to the recommendations, they are concerned that others may not… SEE MORE
Worried about Sea Level Rise? Look for the Lichens.
By Ian Rose. One of the great infrastructure challenges of the next few decades is to figure out which coastal sites should be abandoned and which can be saved. Lichens can help. Lichen on rock via Wikimedia Commons The clock is ticking for many low-lying coastal areas. Sea level is rising… SEE MORE