March 2017 Fishing Report

Tim Cheek Fishing Reports, Redfish, Sea Bass, Sharks, Sheepshead, Tarpon, Tripletail, Trout, Whiting Leave a Comment

The past few months of leisure fishing and unseasonably warm weather have been very enjoyable. We have been able to fish several times a month at a slower pace. December through February is generally our down time. It gives us a chance to catch our breath from the non-stop summer and fall fishing season. It is a chance to catch …

St. Simons Redfish Guide

What to Book For Guide by Month

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, General 3 Comments

So I’ve been getting a lot of calls from folks looking to book trips for this year. A common questions is “What will be biting for the time I’m here?” This isn’t always easy to answer as the fish do their own thing a lot of times and all we can do is base a guess off of what we …

July 2016 Fishing Report

Tim Cheek Fishing Reports, Sharks, Tarpon Leave a Comment

July was an incredibly busy and productive month. The weather was very cooperative for which we are thankful. The inshore bite remained steady in spite of flood tides and extreme heat. As previously reported, the Shark bite was crazy good and the Tarpon are offering just as much adventure. August will be prime for Shark/Tarpon so call soon to reserve …

May 2016 Fishing Report

Tim Cheek Fishing Reports, Redfish, Trout Leave a Comment

FULL MOONS, MEMORIES, AND FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING We fish over 200 days a year and ultimately there will be full moons during that time. Some people want to know if we will fish during a full moon. The lunar phases do present changes and challenges in the fishing environment, but not enough to keep us away. Whereas some people …

April Fishing Report

Tim Cheek Fishing Reports, Redfish, Trout 2 Comments

After the winter transition the inshore bite has picked-up and the fish have stabilized in a more consistent pattern. Trout are moving into the shallow waters around rips, jetties, oyster beds and grass points. Live shrimp are their meal of choice and we are fishing through some short Trout to find the new 14” keeper size. A few Bull Reds …

The Fish Are On Notice – Bring On 2016!

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, General 7 Comments

Lately I’ve had several people ask me if I have stopped guiding. Let’s get that answer out of the way right off the bat. No. I’m still guiding, will continue to guide, and likely will stop guiding when I stop breathing. There is a story behind why some folks might think that I walked away from the business. For years …

What Have We Become?

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, General 5 Comments

When I was a kid my dad would take me fishing all the time. We weren’t rich. We didn’t have a nice boat. Hell… at times when didn’t even have a boat at all. We fished in anything ranging from neighborhood ponds to rivers and creeks. We didn’t have smart phones and we didn’t bring cameras to document each and …