Inshore and Bull Red Anglers… Get Ready!

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, Flounder, Redfish, Sheepshead, Tarpon, Trout, Whiting Leave a Comment

September is a sleeper month in most people’s fishing calendars. Tarpon season is winding down. Bull Red season is ramping up. The kids are back in school. It’s still hot and it’s hurricane season. Well the fishing is almost always fantastic in September if you can look past all of the above. I promise the Bulldogs will be OK if …

July Tarpon and Inshore is HOT!

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It’s been a whirlwind summer so far and time has been scarce to sit down and write a fishing report. Unfortunately this one is going to be short and sweet because it’s late and there is fishing to be done tomorrow! So here is the synopsis; the inshore fishing and Tarpon fishing are at the top of the list. There …

Fishing Report for St. Simons Island – May 7, 2018

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, Flounder, Redfish, Sharks, Sheepshead, Tripletail, Trout 1 Comment

Well things are definitely coming together and it looks as though the fishing will be quite good this year. The bait is everywhere on the beach and in the ICW. Small pogies and glass minnows are all over and the fish are taking full advantage of the buffet. Inshore Fishing Report for St. Simons to Cumberland Island In the inshore …

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See if You Can Find THIS on Trip Advisor!

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Don’t mind the title, LOL. I’m just venting about how useless Trip Advisor is for people trying to find the right guide for them. Just look and see which guides out there have poured their heart and souls into this sport by writing articles, doing TV shows, seminars, magazines, etc. There’s a huge difference between that and begging for reviews …

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St. Simons Island Fishing Report for April 2018

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, Flounder, How to Articles, Redfish, Sharks, Tripletail, Trout, Whiting 2 Comments

There is a saying around here; “Everything’s alive at 65”. When the water temperature reaches 65 degrees it usually signals to anglers that it is finally time to start seeing the fishing pick up. There’s a very awkward stage in the fishing in between the stellar winter bite and the summer patterns. Because the water temps in the spring season …

Best Summer Fishing in Years at St. Simons Island!

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, Flounder, Sea Bass, Sharks, Tarpon, Tripletail, Trout, Whiting Leave a Comment

It’s way more fun to write fishing reports when there are so many things going on at the same time. This year we are seeing some of the best fishing we’ve seen in years. Inshore Fishing Report We’ve been catching loads of Trout and that has remained our main target. Cumberland Beach has been hot although the average size of …

Cumberland Beach Trout, Sharks, Tripletail, Tarpon, and More!

TJ Cheek Fishing Reports, Flounder, Jacks, Redfish, Sea Bass, Sharks, Sheepshead, Tarpon, Tripletail, Trout Leave a Comment

One of the best things about the job that we get to do is knowing that no two days will be the same. At the same time, that is the one thing that can make this job tough! The bite changes, the clients change, and the weather changes. We have to constantly remain fluid and be willing to adapt to …

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 …