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Hello everyone. I am coming down next weekend, and was needed some help with a question. I have looked under S.C. DNR, and the best I can come up with is that I do not need a saltwater license, if I am fishing from the beach. Is this correct, or do I need a license. Will be fishing Cherry Grove area, weekend after Thanksgiving. How is the bite down that way recently. Thanks in advance for any info, and if anyone is down that way, I will be pulling a little red wagon on the beach, stop and say hello.
 

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I'll be there

Somewhere near 6th ave(?). I'll be pulling a two wheeled blue cart:fishing::fishing: I'm leaving Md Sunday and coming back to Md after thanksgiving
 

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No license to surf or pier fish, only on private boats. You'll also need a license to net bait fish (mullet) but not shrimp for bait, unless caught over bait.
 

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[ You'll also need a license to net bait fish (mullet) but not shrimp for bait, unless caught over bait.[/QUOTE]

How much does a license cost to net mullet? Have been doing it for years on vacation and had no idea you need one for that.
 

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I'm not even sure if the mullet will be around. license is needed, good luck. im calling this a season but there are some fish out there.
 

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I'm not expecting to much. It is just hard to go to the beach, and not a least try to catch a fish. I just need to make sure i'm legal. After my recent trip to Portsmouth Island, i would not expect that to many fish made it past my rods anyway. LOL.
 

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Thanks guys, good info to know.

I always pick up my NC saltwater license at Walmart every year. Can this be included with that or do you have to have a separate license all together for SC?
 
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