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Latest Saltwater Fishing Articles

By GON Staff | September 25, 2006

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report October 2006

Saltwater: Inshore: Good. The creeks are full of nice shrimp right now, so you can catch your own…

By Ron Brooks | September 19, 2006

Trip To Shark Alley

In September, shark fishing is at its peak in the inlets and sounds along the Georgia coast. This

By GON Staff | August 29, 2006

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report September 2006

Inshore: Real good for trout and reds. Capt. Greg Hildreth said they’re catching a lot of trout. “They’re…

By GON Staff | July 25, 2006

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report August 2006

Inshore: The inshore bite has been good, said Capt. Greg Hildreth. “The trout are hitting on live shrimp…

By Capt. Bert Deener | July 17, 2006

Beachfront Seatrout

I had meticulously calculated tides, checked sunrise times, and pored over my fishing log trying to choose a

By Ron Brooks | July 13, 2006

Ready For A Georgia Kingfish Tournament

Tournament—there’s something about that word that gets the blood moving in many anglers. The competition, the recognition, the camaraderie,

By GON Staff | June 27, 2006

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report July 2006

Inshore: The fishing has been excellent for big, 2- to 3-lb. trout. Capt. Greg Hildreth says to concentrate…

By Ron Brooks | June 1, 2006

Catch Doormat Flounder Under The Docks

Flounder season is here, and the early run of fish in southeast Georgia has some flounder the size

By GON Staff | May 23, 2006

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report June 2006

Inshore: The inshore fishing for trout has been very good, and June should also be very good for…

By Don Baldwin | May 23, 2006

Capt. Judy Helmey Banks on Summer Snapper

For most of us land-locked Georgians who spend our time fishing lakes and rivers, a 5-pounder is a…