St. Marys Georgia Fishing Guide – Fishing Charters

Fishing St. Marys GeorgiaI am not currently offering fishing trips departing from St. Marys. I highly recommend Capt. Andy Gowen of Tail Chaser Charters as the absolute best full time fishing guide in St. Marys or Kingsland. You can contact him at 904-383-0866.

St. Mary’s Georgia is an awesome area to fish on the Georgia coast. There is a huge amount of habitat ranging from shallow flats that are covered with Redfish to the Fernandina jetties which hold anything from Trout and Flounder to Bull Redfish and Tarpon.

Growing up in Camden County, I have always been fond of fishing the St. Mary’s area. Because Cumberland Island is basically uninhabited, the area doesn’t seem to have the fishing pressure that you find to the south around Fernandina Beach Florida and to the north around St. Simons Island.

What this means for you is a relaxing day of fishing without a lot of boat traffic and heavily pressured fish.

If you want a fishing guide in the St. Mary’s area that takes his job seriously, keeps a clean boat, and provides top notch tackle and service, I hope you will give me a call. I would love the opportunity to earn your business. I am on the water over 200 days per year which translates into a steadily evolving knowledge of what is currently happening on the water.

To schedule a fishing charter in St. Mary’s, Georgia, just give me a call or fill out the form on the contact page.

Inshore fishing around St. Marys and Kingsland Georgia can be some of the best found anywhere on the east coast. Proof of this can be seen by taking a look at where a lot of fishing guides go from the St. Simons Island area and the Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island area. Many will decide to make the trip to St. Mary’s instead of fishing the waters closer to their own area.

I’m one of these guides. I run a lot of fishing charters out of St. Simons where I end up running all the way to the Crooked River and St. Mary’s area to fish around Cumberland Island. It’s just a special place with minimal pressure and hopefully it stays that way.