2019 Fall Fishing Report Coastal Georgia

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2019 Fall Fishing Report Coastal Georgia

As I reflect on summer and a warmer than normal start to fall I remember how good our tarpon season was and truthfully can’t wait for summer of 2020 to get here. October has now come and gone and November is here but water temperatures were 80 degrees on Halloween the 31st and we managed one last tarpon for the season while on an inshore trip!

Don’t forget to call early to book your Spring Break Family outings or your summer tarpon dates!! They go fast.

Bull reds have not disappointed this season and with all the warmer weather are still putting smiles on everyones faces into November.  We have had pleanty of double digit days with fish well over 40 inches.  Cut mullet has been the bait of choice for these post spawning beasts before they move back offshore.

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Inshore fishing has also taken off with water temperatures now at 68 degree thanks to a cold front the last few days.  Yesterday we had big numbers of red drum, black drum, trout, flounder, and sheepshead.  Trout have been very plentiful as have redfish in the creeks.  Live shrimp and D.O.A. plastics have been baits of choice for both fish and anglers.  We expect the inshore bite to continue to get stronger through December.

    

2019 Fall Fishing Report Coastal Georgia