Fly Cast Charters of St. Simons Island, GA

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Spring and Summer Fishing ReportFishing St. Simons brought warmer temperatures and almost non-stop East winds this past Spring.  This meant very little triple tail fishing, so we hit the backwaters chasing reds in the creeks.  For some reason or another the reds were almost completely absent from the creeks last winter.  Recently, however, beginning in […]

Yes, I am still alive and fly fishing.  It has been a long time since I have added a report. You can always check the Orvis Fishing Report for St. Simons that I update weekly. Winter/Spring/Summer Fishing, 2021 in St. Simons has been on fire. On a personal note, we started remodeling our house right […]

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 […]

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 […]

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

Golden Isles Fly Fishing Report

Learn all about the fishing in St. Simons, Jekyll, Cumberland and Sea Island Georgia in this fishing report focusing on fishing for tailing red fish in the grass

Fly Fishing for over-sized Jack Crevalle, red fish and triple tail around St. Simons is great. Big Jacks are being caught as well as red fish and triple tail

Most of February continued with cold and windy weather.  During the middle of the February, Spring began teasing us with a few nice days, and the sight fishing for red fish came on fire.   Two brothers,  Jim and Craig, were visiting from Canada.  We made a long run to fish a flat that does […]