“How To” St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island Georgia Beach Fishing

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“How To” St. Simons Island – Jekyll Island Georgia Beach Fishing Fishing from the picturesque beaches of St. Simons and Jekyll Island in Georgia offers a unique blend of tranquility and excitement. These locations are renowned for their scenic beauty, rich history, and abundant marine life, making beach fishing an accessible and rewarding pastime. From understanding local regulations to mastering …

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Scott OwensFishing Tips, Georgia Fishing Reports

Before your read below know that sunscreens also damage boats, GPS Screens, Sunglasses, vinyl cushions, and clothing just to name a few things.  Also the article below was reposted from the Website http://www.collective-evolution.com.  I am not the author but share the same concerns. “EXCUSE ME WHILE I LATHER MY CHILD IN THIS TOXIC DEATH CREAM.” (SUNSCREEN) Summer is here, and now …

Live Bait Fishing in Saint Simons Island Georgia

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Live Bait fishing around the coastal waters and the marshes of the golden isles is the most popular and often most productive way to target and catch our local Gamefish. Inshore everything eats a shrimp which can be a blessing or sometimes a curse. A frisky live shrimp is often the meal of choice for a hungry trout or redfish. …

Using Cut Bait in Jekyll Island

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While some make their living showing others how to fish, or actually taking them to the prime fishing spots, most find it a way to relax. But fishing can also be one of the most challenging tasks, especially ocean fishing. For those knowing which bait to choose, the chances of success go up significantly. Using fish cut into pieces attracts …

Cumberland Island Tarpon Fishing

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As the water temps rise the Silver King makes its way to the waters of Coastal Georgia every season.  The Tarpon spend their summers here fattening up on droves of menhaden before making the long migration south in the fall.  The waters around the Golden Isles and Cumberland Island are one of the top areas to target these fish every …

Winter Inshore Fishing in Brunswick

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Winter fishing in the waters surrounding Brunswick, Georgia is widely overlooked by visitors and locals alike.  It takes several adjustments, as your typical techniques and areas that are fished the rest of the year are typically barren during the winter months.  That being said winter inshore fishing can be red hot with a different approach. The shallow water flats become …

Fishing Artificial Lures Along Jekyll Island

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While live bait fishing is far more popular in Coastal Georgia’s inshore waters, artificial lures can be just as or even more effective with a little bit of practice. From early morning topwater plugging, to spinnerbaits down the grass edges, to jigs bounced around shell bars, and lightweight plastics around heavy shell and structure, you can fish a wide array …

Fly Fishing in Coastal Georgia

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Fly fishing can be done year around in Coastal Georgia from Savannah to Cumberland Island and many species of fish can be caught using a fly rod.  These fish include Trout, Red Drum, Triple Tail, Tarpon, Sharks, and more.  With vast estuaries Coastal Georgia fly fishing can be tricky without a guide.  If you are a DYI angler then here …

Bull Red Fishing in Saint Simons Island

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Catching and releasing the oversized “Bull Red Drum” has been a very popular fishery for decades here in the Golden Isles.  These fish invade our coastal waters every fall season (nice little run in the spring as well). They are here to feed and spawn and tend to congregate in large schools along rip lines. sandbars, and dropoffs. Good current …

Shark Fishing in St Simons Island

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Shark fishing in St Simons Island is one of the more popular charter trips from May-August.  Sharks in our waters come in all shapes and sizes, and are quite abundant during the warmer months. You can fish fresh bait in the sounds or around sandbars to target 2-4 footers and this is very popular for kids trips.  Plenty of large …