Early Summer fishing report 2019
It’s hard to believe the school year ended last week and Summer break is already here. While most of the Country had a colder than average Winter; we were blessed. Very mild temperatures and great fishing lasted throughout the Winter and now that Spring has passed….Summer is upon us and that’s what this report is all about.
Kids, kids, and kids! Get them outside….. whether it’s on the golf course or on one of our boats…just make sure that they’re busy outdoors and it’s a Summer filled with memories and smiles.
What to expect Near Shore:
Summer brings the big boys!
June through early September brings many migratory species such as: Sharks, Tarpon, Jack’s, King Mackerel, Bull Reds and more to our local waters. All of the guides at Southeastern Angling specialize in everything from light tackle/fly fishing to family fun and kids trips. Whether you are a seasoned angler or a beginner; we can help make a day on the water that more memorable.
What to expect Inshore:
Early mornings bring great top water action for Trout and Redfish whole evening offer flood tides around new and full moons. These days are limited each month but offer some amazing sight fishing for tailing redfish in the flooded marshes. The summer bite can be pretty exciting with many species such as: Flounder, Trout, Red Drum, and many more filling our waters. Inshore fishing in the Summer months is all about that early bite. Get up early, catch your fish and beat the heat. Be back to the dock in time for lunch. Triple tail are still doing their thing with the higher sun in late morning to early afternoon and should continue to do so for the next couple of months.
Family fishing trips for the kids are as good as it gets right now. Plenty of Whiting and small to medium size Sharks have invaded our sounds and rivers, providing very consistent action for the younger anglers. Give us a call at 912-270-7300 to book your trip or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tight lines and thanks you for visiting our site and reading our Early summer fishing report 2019 from the crew at Southeastern Angling:
Captains Scott Owens, Rob Aldridge, and Will Huffine.