Georgia Saltwater Fishing

Latest Saltwater Fishing Articles

By GON Staff | March 30, 2016

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report April 2016

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. David Newlin reports, “The water temperatures are in the low 70s already. Whiting, sheepshead, redfish…

By Ron Brooks | March 13, 2016

Catching Saltwater Shad In The Ogeechee River

With unpredictable weather fronts this time of year, fishing can be iffy. There are, however, fish to be…

By Daryl Gay | March 5, 2016

Offshore For Giant Reds

Wassaw Sound is grumpy. Its muttering is clearly audible as the boat sloshes slowly and heavily eastward toward…

By Capt. Bert Deener | March 2, 2016

Catch Satilla River’s Coastal White Catfish

When you think of the most popular fish to catch in Georgia, I doubt a white catfish will…

By Ron Brooks | February 27, 2016

Black Drum, Monsters Of The Georgia Coast

March is the month saltwater anglers look forward to with anticipation. The colder weather is starting to be…

By GON Staff | February 24, 2016

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report March 2016

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. Judy Helmey reports, “When water temperatures reach 65, everything is alive. Bottom fishing is great…

By Ron Brooks | February 9, 2016

Sheepshead On Nearshore Reefs

Sheepshead are where you find them, and for some anglers they are hard to find. This is especially…

By GON Staff | January 28, 2016

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report February 2016

Saltwater: Inshore & Nearshore: Capt. David Newlin reports, “Winter weather has come to coastal Georgia. Water temps are…

By Ron Brooks | January 13, 2016

Cold-Water Seatrout In The Deep Holes

Just in case you haven’t noticed, winter is here. Lots of saltwater anglers have already put away their…

By GON Staff | January 11, 2016

Seatrout Limit Jumps To 14 Inches

Georgia saltwater anglers will need to take notice of any seatrout they catch after a change in the…