So far this June has been one giant weather event. Between strong east winds, afternoon thunderstorms, and a tropical storm, it’s been tough to get any fishing in. Now that this has all passed, hopefully we can get back to business as usual.
What we typically find in June is a strong Trout bite on the beach at Cumberland Island, Tripletail fishing at Jekyll Island as well as inshore, and Shark fishing. A couple of things that we can do from time to time in addition to what I just listed is sight fishing for Barracuda, Spadefish, and Cobia at the nearshore reefs.
Black Sea Bass season opened on June 1st, which gives a little bit more reason to venture out to the reefs on calm days. While we are out there we will often see Barracuda, Spadefish, and Cobia swimming near the boat and we can simply toss a bait out in front of them. Or, for those that don’t care about bottom bumping for Sea Bass, we just target the big boys.
There are a few dates left open for June so just give us a call and we will do our best to get you out on the water.
Here’s to better weather!