Trout? Nope. Try Redfish or BIG Redfish!

I don’t know of any Inshore fisherman alive that doesn’t like a little Trout fishing now and then, especially an angler who has access to saltwater without too much trouble. There’s no doubt, Trout are fun to catch when you find them in numbers, and their table quality exceeds any Inshore species available in most areas. As most Trout fishermen know, fish can be caught by the dozens in your spot one day, and then gone the next day to who knows where. Usually we find out real quick where they went. Probably some of your buddys’ fishing spot that..

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The Silver King AKA Tarpon – How To Catch and Locate Tarpon

Don’t rule out Tarpon Fishing anywhere from Georgia, SC, North Carolina to the Gulf, even in dirty water. Tarpon are a highly migratory game fish. During a cold winter, they travel as far South as South America and make an Atlantic crossing back to Florida, and then North into Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina as the water warms. There are parts of extreme South Florida that house Tarpon year round. A great deal has been learned about these hard mouthed, scavenging brutes over the past few years. We have started learning incredible amounts of information about Tarpon Fishing, Tarpon..

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Extreme Shark Fishing

Shark Fishing is NOT a sport of the past when using proper tactics and light tackle. In the Modern day of fast center console boats and King Fish Tournaments we are caught up in, one of the best sports that have gone past us on the wayside is Shark Fishing. We have all been there. In the middle of the Greater Jacksonville King Mackerel Tournament, the flat line gets crushed or the DownRigger clip pops and the excitement on board soars in hopes of a Smoker King on the line. Then, the roof caves in. “Man, it’s just a *&@**..

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High Noon TripleTail

Sight casting for TripleTail may possibly be one of the most exciting angling experiences on the water. Many of us have seen TripleTail, but simply didn’t know what it was when we motored right by the fish and spooked it, or thought it was trash floating beneath the surface. The best way to describe what to look for when watching for a TripleTail is seeking out a brown paper bag floating an inch or two beneath the ocean surface. As you approach, it will appear to be an old ugly, brown dead fish with three tails floating out to sea..

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Sheepshead Fishing – For Sure!

One thing we can count on besides bad weather in March and April, is bottom fishing for Sheepshead. The local rivers and the Georgia Offshore Reef System become engulfed with these flat-sided speedsters. These striped toothy critters make for an interesting fishing trip when conditions are favorable to allow safe exit into the Atlantic. Although they can be a bit tricky to catch, get ready for war on light tackle when you hook one up 7 pounds or better! When jigging for Sheepshead, the bite you feel is almost like your hook found a piece of the structure to hang..

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Deep Water Trout – St. Simons Island Georgia Fishing for Speckled Trout

As the water temperature reaches into the low 60’s, prepare to fish for Trout in deep holes on the bottom. A shrimp tipped jig, live finger mullet or shrimp will work miracles to fill the cooler with decent size Trout. I have taken notes on this method of fishing for over seven years, and I will share some bits and pieces with you in this article. Fishing The Moon The success I have had catching Trout using this method has always been dependent on the Moon phase and current Weather conditions. The moon plays a major role in all types..

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Fishing Around the Shells for Trout and Redfish

As many Georgia fishermen know, the fall and winter fishing season is approaching rapidly, creating ideal Trout and Redfish conditions. Late August and September nights begin to grow cooler and that sunlight we’re used to navigating with at 6:00 AM, is already in the history books this year. To most people, this don’t mean much, but to us Inshore fisherman, it means a WHOLE lot. That little drop in water temperature means something to us fisherman. Trout and Reds by the cooler full. Whether you’re a frustrated Trout and Red fisherman, or an Inshore pro, the pointers in this article..

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How to Catch Whiting in Georgia

As everybody knows, there is no real art form involved when it comes to catching Whiting. I have a few tips to offer for those who have problems catching these fish in large numbers or for those who want to take their fishing to another level. This is the time of year when these little hard fighting devils show up off the local beaches in BIG numbers. Catching 50 or more fish is not uncommon from March on through May. The action has already kicked off wide open on the Georgia Coast. “The Ridges” One key factor in finding consistent..

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Squidding for Whiting? Oh Yeah – A Family Fun Charter Fishing Trip

As everybody knows, there is no real art form involved when it comes to catching Whiting. I have a few tips to offer for those who have problems catching these fish in large numbers or for those who want to take their fishing to another level. This is the time of year when these little hard fighting devils show up off the local beaches in BIG numbers. Catching 50 or more fish is not uncommon from March on through May. The action has already kicked off wide open on the Georgia Coast. The Ridges One key factor in finding consistent..

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Crabs, Convicts and Triggerfish

If you can’t stand the cold, you may want to bundle up, grin and bear it and slip on a pair of Gloves. It’s cold, but the fish are biting within 10 Miles of the Beach during late February and into March and April. And, the best part of the deal? You can make the ride in less than ideal conditions when fishing close to shore on certain bottom structure. Crabs on the Hook! Using small fiddler crabs as bait can be a task if you don’t know where to pick them up or purchase them. Lucky for us that..

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