Fall is in the air…Sometimes

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Fall is in the air…Sometimes

Fall Fishing Report

Since the passing of Hurricane Mathew, we have had a wide array of weather conditions.  A nice cool spell after the storm has helped to drop our water temperatures and really fired up the fishing.  After a weekend of excellent Marsh Hen hunting, we had some wide open trout and red fishing inshore with some fantastic regular customers and the monkey.  The inshore bite was so good that we threw in a couple hours of bull red fishing off the beach

to mix it up, and that did not disappoint.

Warmer weather has boosted the water temps, but bull reds have been very consistent into November and the inshore bite has maintained as well.  As the water continues to cool, this is the time of year that inshore fishing can be very successful even on blustery days if you are a bit flexible and can work around certain tide stages to duck out of the weather and find happy fish.  This pattern will continue through the new year.

Shallow water sight fishing and flyfishing has been very good when mother nature cooperates a bit, whether hunting tailing redfish on the flood tides, or chasing schools of fish at lower water.  Take a break from holiday prep and give us a call to do some catching!  –Capt. Rob

St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island – Sea Island -Fishing Charter – Guided Fishing Tours

Redfish, trout, flounder, black drum, bull red drum, and  sheepshead are just a few of the species you will catch in the fall months.

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

This bull red was taken off St. Simons Island Georgia

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

Redfish of all sizes are caught in October

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

Cumberland Island wild horses

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

This monkey means business

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

Trout are caught year around in the Golden Isles

Fall is in the air...Sometimes

This Monster Red Drum was caught and released off Jekyll Island Georgia with Capt. Rob Aldridge