Summer time fishing Light Tackle/Fly Fishing Report Georgia 2020

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

 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 …

Nearshore Fishing update

Rob Aldridge Georgia Fishing Reports

Nearshore Fishing Anytime mother nature allows over the past month, Nearshore fishing has been a definite go to option for us.  Dirty water and an inconsistent bite inshore has been the norm with the exception of some excellent flood tides last week.  That being said, when conditions are favorable, early morning top water fishing and chasing tailing reds in the …

Visitors to the Golden isles

Rob Aldridge Captain's Journal

People are not the only visitors to the Golden Isles of Georgia.  Obviously, we have our share of tourists and visitors stopping by this unique sector of Atlantic shoreline throughout the year.  We also get waves of migratory fish, invertebrates, birds, turtles, and other marine life throughout the year. Whales This video is of an endangered North Atlantic Right Whales …

2019 Winter fishing report St. Simons Island-Jekyll Island-Sea Island Georgia

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

2019 Winter fishing report St. Simons Island-Jekyll Island-Sea Island Georgia Winter is here and a lot is going on in the inshore and nearshore waters off Coastal Georgia! The inshore water clarity is excellent for sight fishing schools of redfish on the flats.  Schools if redfish roam the shallow flats and creeks in search of crustaceans and small minnows.  This …

Tarpon fishing report for 2019 and more

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

It’s been an amazing summer so far and this Tarpon fishing report for 2019 is about tarpon, redfish, and more. With over a month to go, I am on track to set a personal best.  As of yesterday, a total of 100 fish were caught…finishing up the day with John and his boys, Jack and James.  I have already surpassed …

Coastal Georgia Fishing Winter 2019

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

Coastal Georgia Fishing Winter 2019 This winter kicked off with a bang.  Unseasonably wet and windy weather was the norm with front after front bearing down on us.  As we move into 2019, we are finally drying out and seeing more of a typical winter pattern with several crisp bluebird days each week. Coastal Georgia Fishing in 2019 is off …

2019 fishing report St. Simons Island and Coastal Georgia

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

Well 2018 has come and gone and we are now into the second week of 2019.  The New year brings promise with a mild winter so far and lots of rain.  This new year fishing report isn’t really about what has been as much as with is to come.  As we watch these short winter days come and go we …

Inshore and Near Shore fishing report 2018

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

Inshore and Near Shore fishing report for Fall and Winter. If you were lucky enough to experience the near shore and inshore fishing this past summer, consider yourself lucky!  2018 was one of best seasons for weather and fishing we have seen in a long time, and as the season closes it continues to roll on.  October and November provided …

St. Simons Island Tarpon fishing report for June 2018

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

It’s no secret that St. Simons Island Georgia has some great Tarpon fishing in the summer months.  Jekyll Island, Sea Island, and Cumberland Island also boast some awesome tarpon action during summer as well.  Weather you are a bait guy, love to throw artificial, or fling feathers on the fly rod we have you covered!  There are still a few …

Saint Simons Island fishing report for early May 2018

Scott Owens Georgia Fishing Reports

Saint Simons Island fishing charters May of 2018 has been very interesting both fishing wise and weather wise to say the least.  Hot weather is spiking the water temperatures and the summertime migratory species are beginning to arrive.  A few Tarpon have been spotted already, and we are starting to run into Spanish Mackerel, ladyfish, and jacks regularly inshore on …