SUBJECT: Georgia Offshore, Inshore and Nearshore Fishing - 2010
Capt. Richie Lott (188.8.131.52) from GEORGIA on
Georgia offshore fishing Ė June 2010
The Georgia offshore fishing on the offshore and the nearshore reefs has been incredible this season so far.
All the guides in the south GA are have reaped the rewards of our bountiful offshore waters for Pelagic and resident species alike.
Fishing for Amberjack, Grouper and Sea Bass with butterfly jigs (200g) has been the ticket all season long. Jigging is relatively new in Georgia waters to many people, but the anglers who give it all they got with the jigs have produced results just as good as the Gulf and south Florida.
Nearshore, the Tarpon and Spinner Sharks have been cooperating in numbers using large live baits and casting plugs. Fishing behind certain shrimp boats can yield numbers and fish sizes that keep our clients coming back for more each season, and they look forward to it. And, I canít blame themÖ. Catching 100 pound + fish on medium tackle is about as fun as any fisherman could ask for, and the Georgia Coast offers this fishing within minutes from the Marina launch site and charter dock.
Some good live bait and some heavy mono leader top keep the toothy critters from chomping through and itís GAME ON!
We expect SUPERB nearshore and offshore action for the remainder of 2010 and the Bull Redfish will follow into the later part of the season as they do each year.
For now, everyone keep your lines tight, pray for the wind to stay west and get on the water and catch emí up!
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Capt. Richie Lott