Inshore fishing trips in Coastal Georgia are world class year around. If you like catching fish then look no further than the Barrier Island and backwaters around Sapelo Island, St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, Brunswick and Cumberland Island Georgia. If heading out of sight of land isn’t your thing than this is the trip for you. If you enjoy catching trout, redfish, flounder, and more then this is the place you want to be. St. Simons Island is home to some of the best inshore fishing anywhere.
Stalking shallow-water game fish like redfish along the Georgia Coast can be one of the most exciting events an angler will ever experience. Flood tides here in Coastal Georgia bring tailing redfish while seasonal species like tarpon, huge jacks, spanish, triple tail, and more provide constant action year around here in The Golden Isles Look no further than Capt. Scott and the Guides here at Southeastern Angling. They offers you a life time of experience and over a decade guiding full time here in Georgia. The Team provides only top-of-the-line gear. All gear, lures, ice, water, licenses, and bait are provided at no additional cost and are meticulously prepared for your trip. Feel free to bring along your own gear if you like.
(prices are for the first 2 anglers and include all bait, tackle, fishing licenses, ice, bottled water,cleaning of fish, boat, and captain. add $50.00 for each additional angler up to 6)
Inshore/Backwater (trout, redfish, flounder, black drum, and so much more)
- 4 hour trip start at $500.00
- 6 hour trip start at $650.00
- 8 hour trip start at $850.00
- 10 hour trip start at $1100.00
Guided inshore sight fishing low water Redfish is spectacular from Oct.- March where water clarity is best. Redfish however are a year around target. See the action here:
Guided Flood tide tailing Redfish trips are run from April-Oct. See the action here:
General inshore charters are year around but April-Nov. are the best months to target Coastal Georgia’s Trout, Flounder, Redfish, Black Drum, Sheepshead, and other great game fish. See some of the action here: