Summer time fishing Light Tackle/Fly Fishing Report Georgia 2020

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 One Crazy Year Summer time fishing means early mornings, happy fish, light tackle and fly rods.  It’s my favorite time of the year and I dream all fall, winter, and spring about it. 2020 has been absolutely nuts to say the least and honestly we can not wait for it to be over.  Covid, elections, no toilet paper, shortages on …

Tarpon season 2020

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Tarpon Season Tarpon season is here and we can’t be more excited!!! We still have a few days open but those are limited.  Its hot finally and Mother Nature is hopefully don’t throwing cold fronts this way.  Winds are starting to shift to  summer pattern of southwest in the mornings to light an variable mid day to southeast in the …

05/01/2020 fishing report Georgia

05/01/2020 fishing report Georgia

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Changing times 05/01/2020 fishing report Georgia Along this crazy Corona Virus covered planet we are finding some safety and piece on the water and this f05/01/2020 fishing report Georgia discusses just that. Mother ocean and her offerings have over the years brought my clients and I happiness, laughs, and memories that I reflect back on almost on a daily basis. …

April fishing 2020

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April 2020 fishing report and spring recap April fishing report April 2020 has brought us more than our share of surprises as well as struggles along with the rest of the world.  On a positive note, we are still up and running in the safest possible manner and enjoying the fresh air with our clients as well as all of …

spring 2020 fishing report

Spring 2020 fishing report.

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

Spring 2020 fishing report. As a mild summer comes to an end and spring rushes in, warmer temperatures bring migrating birds, fish, and people to our local barrier Islands here in Coastal Georgia.  Spring is a transition month and March in particular always has some surprises.  The last several years Mother Nature   throws one last curveball at our coast …