Fly Cast Charters of St. Simons Island, GA

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Summer Fly Fishing Redfish in St. Simons has been as hot as the weather. For great summer fly fishing redfish, I always say to keep an eye on the high tides in the summer.  Remember, if you have a push of East or Northeast wind for a few days, it is very probable that the […]

I can’t believe it has been almost six months since I have posted a fishing report. Below is the Spring, Summer Fishing Report. However, if you ever want up to date fishing information on St. Simons/Golden Isles of Georgia, click this link: Orvis Fishing Report. I update this information every week. Late March through early […]

Late Fall and Early Winter fishing report  Through much of November and into early December, the fishing for trout and red fish was on fire.  On several low tide trips my anglers had shots of schools of 25-50 big red fish tailing toward them in inches of water.  These fish were actively feeding on millions of shrimp […]

Lots of red fish in the grass. Low tide fishing turning on

Winter and Spring fly fishing report from the Golden Isles of Georgia

Fishing report of sight fishing red fish in St. Simons winter 1016/17

August and September were all about tailing Red Fish  in the flooded grass.  Flood tide season as we call it. The fishing: When the tides exceed 8′, the water covers the hard marsh and the tailing red fish invade the flooded grass to munch on fiddler crabs.  On some days, they were so anxious to […]

Excuse the lack of and poor sizing of photos. I am having trouble with the site. I will fix it asap. Come back soon for some really good fish pornt. Wide open is the only way to describe fishing Red Fish, Jacks, Tarpon, Trout in St. Simons right now. Red Fish are crawling around on […]

Fishing report for tailing red fish in St. Simons, GA. Including photos of some nice fish and flooded grass flats.

Orvis Endorsed Guide Fly fishing report for the Golden Isles of Georgia for early summer, 2015