Fishing Trips

Capt. Jeff offers three basic trips; 4 hours – 6 hours – and 8 hours fishing trips – St. Simons Island, GA and Jekyll Island, GA¬†. It’s important to consider the best trip for your goals. It wouldn’t make sense to plan a trip months in advance but only book one 4 hour day. However, if you are a vacationing family just visiting St. Simons and would like a short trip, 4 hours might be prefect.

All trips target inshore species including Trout, Redfish, Flounder, and Tripletail. Other fish are regularly encountered but these are the main species that we target. It is best to contact the captain well in advance to schedule trips during peak seasons and holidays. During the summer months we are typically booked two weeks in advance so it is best to contact us early.

We provide all tackle necessary for your fishing trip. If you have a favorite rod and reel that you would like to bring please just let your guide know ahead of time so that he can leave room in the boat for it. We also provide a cooler with ice for your drinks, so you only need to bring them in a bag. Bringing an extra cooler on the boat just gets in the way while you are fishing. We also provide fish cleaning if you keep your catch. Your fishing guide will clean and bag your fish for you, so it is best to have an empty cooler in your car to take them home in.

Some things that you should bring are sunscreen (please no spray sunscreen, it turns the boat orange), a hat, camera, and your food and drinks. We are rarely in rough water, but if you think you might get sea sick, it is best to take something the night before, and the morning of your trip. Mainly when Tripletail fishing, we will be fishing in rolling swells, so plan ahead with Dramamine or Bonine to make sure you don’t miss out on the action.

Capt. Jeff provides a fully guided trip. If you need instruction he can help you. If you are experienced, he will guide you. Capt. Jeff is on the boat early getting things ready for your day of fishing and after you return and he cleans your fish, he will be on the boat for another hour cleaning up for the next trip. If you think your guide has provided excellent service, it is customary to tip. Generally, the same guidelines as tipping a waitress apply. Of course, there is no obligation to tip.

Fishing trips - St. Simons Island, GA

Fishing trips - St. Simons Island, GA

 

 

 

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