Cobia typically show up in Georgia waters around May while migrating up the east coast. While some Cobia continue to head north, many stay throughout the summer. One thing that you will find out about Cobia, besides the fact they fight harder than most fish, is that they are just plain weird.
Sometimes they are the most wary fish in the ocean and turn their nose up at everything you throw at them. Other times I think that they would eat an old gym sock if you were to drop it in the water. At any given time they are likely to just show up right under the boat. Cobia can be taken on a number of baits including fly, jigs, and live bait.
While Cobia fishing we can also target Spanish Mackerel, Spadefish, Barracuda, and many other species of fish. One of my favorite things to do is to fish for Cobia in the morning and then run towards the beach and catch Cobia on the way in. That makes for one great fish sandwich! Make sure to monitor my fishing reports regularly to stay abreast of the Cobia fishing in coastal Georgia.
Our deep sea fishing charters are available for 4, 6, and 8 hours and we can accommodate up to 6 people per boat. Please call for pricing and availability.