St Simons Island Fishing Report 3/7/15

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

St Simons Island Fish Faces!

The week ends, the week begins…seems like the last few weeks of fishing have all run together at a furious pace.  I’ve had an absolutely amazing time fishing with some outstanding folks…some new, some old.  I know I’ve said it before, but the Georgia coast and Golden Isles have given me the opportunity to meet some amazing anglers, and more importantly some of the nicest people on the planet.  The inshore fishing for Reds has been very good, when we can find them.  The Flounder fishing has been simply outstanding, and although a lot of Trout have been short, they are fairly thick.  As most of you know, the Shark bite is always strong with plenty of Blacktips, Spinners, Finetooth, Sharpnose, Bulls, Lemons and the ever present Bonnetheads.  Offshore, when the seas cooperate, has yielded full limits of Sea Bass and Beeliners, and amazingly enough the Cobia are still biting strong.  Forgive me for falling behind on the photography and fish tales, but here is a quick little blast on some of the trips we’ve captured.  Thanks guys and gals for not only some of the fishiest, but funnest times ever!

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