Coastal Georgia Fishing Winter 2019

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Coastal Georgia Fishing Winter 2019 This winter kicked off with a bang.  Unseasonably wet and windy weather was the norm with front after front bearing down on us.  As we move into 2019, we are finally drying out and seeing more of a typical winter pattern with several crisp bluebird days each week. Coastal Georgia Fishing in 2019 is off …

Inshore and Near Shore fishing report 2018

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Inshore and Near Shore fishing report for Fall and Winter. If you were lucky enough to experience the near shore and inshore fishing this past summer, consider yourself lucky!  2018 was one of best seasons for weather and fishing we have seen in a long time, and as the season closes it continues to roll on.  October and November provided …

Jekyll Island – St. Simons Island fishing report April 2018

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Jekyll Island – St. Simons Island fishing report April 2018 Hopefully after this next cold front coming up this weekend I can finally retire the longjohns for the season.  The good news is Spring has arrived here in the waters surrounding Jekyll Island, Saint Simons, and Cumberland Island Georgia.  This will be a quick Jekyll Island – St. Simons Island …

St Simons Fishing Report Spring 2018

Coastal Georgia Fishing Report Spring 2018

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Coastal Georgia Fishing Report Spring 2018 Fishing report March and early April 2018. With winter still trying to hold onto every day it can, spring here in Coastal Georgia has become a longer than normal season this year. Fishing has been for the most part rather good however with both inshore and near shore trips.  Trout, Reds, sheepshead, black drum, …

Jekyll Island fly fishing

Saint Simons and Jekyll Island winter fishing update 2018

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Saint Simons and Jekyll Island winter fishing update 2018 Sight Fishing Redfish After a frigid and blustery January, February is shaping up to be more of a typical winter weather month here in Coastal Georgia.  Favorable tides, light winds, and sunny skies are the 3 main ingredients for a great day of Saint Simons and Jekyll Island winter fishing.  Mild …

Winter fun time fishing when we are not freezing!!

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Winter fishing is a fun time when it’s not so cold we all are freezing, fish included. The 2017/18 year resembles that of the 2009/10 freeze in a lot of ways and we are only 16 days into January. I have seen freezing rain turn into a full on ice storm and it snowed here on the Georgia Coast for …

Summertime Fishing Tarpon and more…

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Summertime Fishing Report Tarpon The most exciting visitor to the golden isles this season is without a doubt the silver king.  The vast majority of our summertime fishing trips we are targeting this spectacular game fish.  Thus far I would describe the tarpon fishing this season as excellent.  There have been a couple of tough days, several absolutely epic days, …

Topwater time in St. Simons Island Georgia

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Topwater Tango! Summer time is here and early calm mornings mean only one thing: huge explosive topwater bites from trout and redfish. You may not catch as many fish as you would fishing live bait, however, the quality of the fish is always better. Early leave times at or before dawn are necessary to experience this incredible action. Book HERE Chasing the …

Inshore Fishing in St. Simons Island is HOT!!!

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Inshore Fishing in St. Simons Island Over the past month or so we have been wide open here at Southeastern Angling.  We made it through the windy month of April and early May, while producing solid catches for our light tackle and fly anglers even on the tough tide cycles.  Inshore fishing over the past 2 weeks has seen the …

April Update for Jekyll Island fishing

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Jekyll Island fishing and the surrounding waters are coming to life as Spring is in full swing.  Specked trout are out on the prowl as long as you can locate some clean water.  There are still plenty of smaller trout around at this time, but the bigger fish are beginning to move out into the sounds and adjacent creek systems. …