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St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island Fishing Charters

The Georgia Fishing Company is a like minded group of guides serving St. Simons Island, Sea Island, and Jekyll Island Georgia.

We hope that you will find this website to be informative while you are gathering information about your fishing charter. There is great information on every page about where we fish, what we fish for, and when the best time is to fish here in the Golden Isles. Just make yourself at home! If you want up to date information, just check out our fishing report, and of course you are always welcomed to give us a call.

Our group of fishing guides is made of local native fishermen that place customer service above all else. We love sharing light tackle experiences in our inshore, nearshore, and offshore waters of St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, and Cumberland Island. Whether on fly or spin tackle, tailing Redfish or Spinner Sharks, we’re ready to help you meet your goals and make your St. Simons fishing trip a memorable one. Whether you are a seasoned angler, a beginner, or want to do a family fishing trip with your kids, we will make sure to make the most of your trip regardless of your experience level. We promise you a clean boat, good tackle, and a good attitude.

Every single one of our guides has the same goal; to make sure that you have the best experience possible while fishing with us. We do everything we can to catch a lot of fish, but we can’t always control what the fish do. What we can control is our attitudes and the way we treat our clients. We want you to know that you’re important and that every single trip is just as important as the next. A handshake, remembering your kid’s name, a patient teacher… these are things that are within our control at all times and we work to show it.

We are also a diverse group. You are likely to find  Capt. Rob or Capt. Scott out on the ocean watching birds and looking for schooling Jacks, Red Drum, Tarpon, or Mackerel. Capt. Jeff and Capt. T.J. are inshore experts that always have a finger on the pulse. Capt. Aaron is almost never seen because he is as deep in the back country as he can get. We truly believe that we have something for everyone and we’ll do our best to pair you with the right guide based on your goals.

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Fishing Report

  • Fall 2020 fishing
    Fall 2020 fishing Inshore Fall 2020 fishing was one for the books.  We had our share of good days on the water, however it was far from our typical fall fishing season.  A strong northeasterly flow limited areas that we were able to fish and sometimes kept us off of the water completely.  Fortunately, we were able to find good action with large redfish and plenty of quality trout fishing in protected rivers and creeks.  Live shrimp and DOA cal lures did most of the heavy lifting for us this season. Topwater Fall 2020 fishing did offer us a few nice little windows to do my absolute favorite technique for inshore fishing.  An earl start with calm and preferably overcast of foggy conditions = topwater fishing at its finest.  People often ask what is your favorite plug to use for topwater.  That answer can vary, but just throw what you like and mix it up.  I generally use a plug with a smaller profile and a natural color.  However a little color or a different pitch can be the key on any given day so mix it up.  Strike King plugs, paul browns, zara spooks, skitterwalks, and mirrolures ... Read more

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  • Fall 2020 fishing
    Fall 2020 fishing Inshore Fall 2020 fishing was one for the books.  We had our share of good days on the water, however it was far from our typical ... Read more
  • September 2020 fishing
    September 2020 update September 2020 has finally arrived.  Summer flew by and here we are encroaching on early fall.  The past 2 weeks have been ... Read more