St. Marys Fishing Charters
Southeastern Angling’s guides offer year round St. Marys fishing charters. St. Marys is located on the north side of the boarder of Georgia and Florida. Because its location and small town living you can expect to find quiet bluffs, historic downtown areas, and local charm. The Georgia/Florida coast line is truly a gem because it offers such a diverse fishery and so many things to explore and do. If you are visiting the area don’t pass up the fishing because it wont let you down.
Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach Fishing
Fernandina and Amelia Island lie on the south side of the Georgia border where you can expect to find everything from great dinning, to first class oceanfront accommodations, as well as quiet small town beach life with a laid back feel. Both of these great towns are less than 30 minutes from Jacksonville airport. Because both towns are so close in proximity by water you can expect to fish both the Georgia and Florida ecosystems in a full day.
Southeastern Angling offers chartered fishing trips throughout these area. On the St. Marys Georgia side customers can expect vast shallow flats teeming with redfish eager to eat a well presented fly or artificial lure. Anglers can expected great fishing within the oyster laden creek systems south of the border as well around Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach. Red Drum are not the only common species encountered in this region. You can also expect target black drum, seatrout, tarpon, triple tail, and bull redfish all in this divers fishery.
Southeastern angling’s guides depart from several different locations and provide the following:
- Bottled water and ice
- All fishing tackle, licenses, & bait
- Cleaning of your catch
- Friendly professional instruction if needed
Boats and equipment are meticulously maintained in order to ensure your success. All Southeastern Angling guides are FULL TIME GUIDES licensed by the US Coast Guard, insured, and carry all of the necessary permits required by law. Southeastern Angling Guides provide a lifetime of experience fishing coastal waters from the Outer Banks south through the Florida Keys.