Wassaw Sound


Savannah, GA
United States United States
31.9321, -80.9466
0.0 Acres

Wassaw Sound is a bay of the Atlantic Ocean on the coast of Georgia, United States into which the Wilmington River flows.

During the spring and summer, most inshore species will be found along the edges of the sounds, beaches and inlets. Try and locate bait. Look around the shallows of small islands and guts that drain the marsh. Trout will move into these areas and often congregate for entire tidal stages. Also look for bends in creeks that flow past shell mounds or points with sand or shelly bottoms. Most of these places will be productive during the last three hours of ebb, and first three hours of the flood tide. Fish along places where small rips form or where the water flows from a point. Trout will often be out away from the "structure" in 6-8 ft. of water, whereas red drum and flounder tend to be up close to the shells in less than 2 ft. of water. Adjust your fishing depth and try different locations until you get a strike. When a strike occurs, fix that spot in your mind, and cast right back in the same location. Trout are a tight schooling species and many times bite only in a very small zone.

When fishing around marsh islands and points try high flood and high ebb tide stages. Rips will be easier to find during these periods. During high tide, try fishing directly over submerged shell mounds and off the tips of marsh islands. During dead low tide, take a break, eat a sandwich and wait for the water to begin moving again.

During the early fall, fish will still be found in the sounds and lower reaches of coastal rivers. After a few hard northeasters in late October and November, fish begin moving up the creeks and rivers. The fish will be in deeper holes and are slower to bite in the colder weather. This is a good time to try trolling grubs slowly along the banks in 10 to 15 ft. of water, zig-zagging back and forth into 5 ft. once in a while, especially on the higher tide stages. Troll slow enough so the grub bumps the bottom once or twice per minuet. A good tip is to check the stomach contents of any fish you catch and if possible, make the adjustment to your bait or lure accordingly

The main offshore season in Georgia begins in mid-April when large schools of bluefish, Spanish mackerel, cobia, king mackerel, bait fish, and many other species begin their northern migration. Trolling around and over the live bottom areas, artificial reefs, and past Navy towers works well. Look for water temperature over 60 degrees F. Remember, many fish, or the bait they eat, are often located around structure. Therefore, fish around floating debris, weed lines, tide rips, and bottom reliefs. Also, watch those birds. Many times fish are caught where sea-birds are feeding. The birds feed on bait that is being pushed to the surface by predators.

Offshore fishing generally gets better as the summer progresses, and good weather allows one to venture farther from shore, even to the western edge of the Gulf Stream (about 60 to 80 miles). Out in this "green" water you are liable to hook into tunas, bill fish, sailfish, wahoo, and dolphin. These species tend to be present year-round, but the distance offshore and poor weather conditions in the fall and winter prevents most of us from catching them. Summertime fishing on and around the forty-mile live bottom areas (Savannah, Grand, & Brunswick Snapper Banks) is excellent for bottom fish such as snapper and grouper, as well as for kings, barracuda, cobia, and big amberjack. The Navy towers are good too. Look for schools of bait on the down-current side and either troll along them or live-line a pinfish, greenie, pogy, mullet, or other live bait along the edges of the towers.

Late June through early September is also very good nearshore for small sharks, tarpon, smoker kings (the big ones), schools of Spanish, and an occasional cobia. Fishing methods vary from drifting dead pogies on the bottom or anchoring and creating a chum-line with ground pogies and/or pogy oil and fishing both dead and live bait in the chum-line. Also, slow trolling is very productive too, especially along tide rips that form near shipping channels and inlets.

As the Fall and Winter approaches and the migratory species have moved through heading south, bottom fishing picks up. Excellent sea bass, vermillion snapper, red snapper, scamp grouper, gag grouper, triggerfish, pink porgy, and white porgy can be caught bottom fishing with squid, cut bait or live bait.

Spot Access:
Boat Ramp, Parking (car/truck), Parking (boat/trailer), Picnic Area, Power Boats Allowed, Swimming Area, Pier, Disabled access, Shore fishing access, Playground, Restrooms, Beach, Fly Fishing, Floating, Bait shop on site
New Photo



Map for 31.9321, -80.9466
New Fishing Report

Fishing Reports

almost 5 years ago (07/03/2012)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 07.03.12

   Sounds a little trite but each year is different.  This year is no exception!   Fishing has been pretty good fish despite higher than normal water due persistent east winds and lots of rain.  Sargassum can be seen in the sounds pushed in from the ocean.  We’ve had ample amounts of rain on the coast.  Ample rain is a good!  After a good rain the marsh grass is a vivid green and the shrimp and crabs and fish grow quickly!   As summ...
Coastal River Charters Capt. Jack McGowan March 25th
about 6 years ago (03/28/2011)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.28.11

Temperatures are on the rise! This week water temperatures hit around 67 degrees. Warmer water means fishier conditions! The whiting bite has been sporadic with most of the activity near the beach front and in the inlet separating Tybee from Little Tybee. As temperatures continued to rise this week the whiting bite became more wide spread and consistent. Whiting not only a fun, tasty fish to catch they are a harbinger of bigger fish!     With little rain in recent days conditio...
Coastal River Charters Capt. Jack McGowan
about 6 years ago (03/17/2011)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.17.11

March is a transitional month the weather is changing from the cold of winter to the warmth of spring. During this period of change there can be windy days, as cold and warm weather systems collide. The water is still very clear in most places. Local shrimp which are sometimes available during March are not to had. These early season are white shrimp which over wintered. The next crop of shrimp on our coast is the brown shrimp which will start appearing in mid May. Don Adams, Adams Bait House...
over 6 years ago (01/12/2011)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 01.12.11

Wintery days have limited fishing opportunities. When the weather has allowed fishermen have caught redfish, stripers, sheepshead and seatrout. The winter time live baits are mud minnows, finger mullet, fiddler crabs and pogies. In cold water a redfish or seatrout bite on live bait is typically a very slow soft bait. The bite on a plastic is a little more aggressive. Days with some cloud coverage are typically the best. When the skies are completely overcast and water is clear it can be diffic...
over 6 years ago (12/08/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 12.08.10

Fishing has been good! We’re into December and condition are cold. This is the first the sustained cold wave of the season. Don’t despair there will likely be some good if not great fishing in the coming weeks. Fishermen up and down the coast are reporting large catches of small seatrout. The prevailing thought is this could be a sign for good seatrout fishing next year. As 2010 comes to a close anticipate lots of small seatrout with some nicer ones showing up as the season winds d...
over 6 years ago (10/25/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 10.25.10

October 25th, 2010 Fishing this fall has been good! Lots of redfish! Fishermen have been catching lots of large redfish close to the beachfronts on finger mullet and small pogies (menhaden). The favorite rig is just a simple fish finder bottom rig (slip sinker bottom rig). Redfish in the surf is not a given. On some days the catch can be large or other days the catch scant. In general lots slot sized redfish (14 to 23 inch) in the creeks and rivers. Some fishermen have asked the question, is...
Coastal River Charters Capt. Jack McGowan
over 6 years ago (09/07/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 09.07.10

Prior to strong winds the bite was very good! It was possible to catch a seatrout or redfish on nearly every cast. Most of these fish are undersized. However was possible to put together a nice mess of fish. One fisherman said it seems early for whiting. Nonetheless despite lots of rain fishermen can find a nice whiting bite in the sounds. Fishermen fishing for redfish this week are finding better results on the outgoing tide. A strong east wind means redfish will push back into the grass earl...
Coastal River Charters-Capt. Jack McGowan
almost 7 years ago (08/18/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 08.18.10

Aug 18, 2010 No doubt the story is the heat! Fishing during the summer typically means beginning and ending day early. Generally the best fishing is thought to be during the early morning hours. Nonetheless, those venturing out during the afternoon could find some outstanding fishing! Fish and fishermen are creatures of habit. If an area has received little or no pressure during the afternoon for several weeks you could find yourself in unexpected fishing bonanza. Granted fishing during a...
almost 7 years ago (06/04/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 06.04.10

June 04, 2010 Fishing last week was again a little up and down. The bite has been mostly redfish and sharks. Despite the seatrout bite being off compared to recent years. We’ve caught some dandy seatrout this week. Reports are coming in of bites lastly about an hour with some nice fish! The seatrout bite while not incredible is at least interesting. Some nice quality fish being caught in a wide range of locations from well up river to the beachfront. Most of the seatrout being ca...
about 7 years ago (05/21/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 05.21.10

May 18, 2010 Fishing last week was up and down! The bite went from poor to hot depending on who you were talking to you or what your experience was. The whiting bite was fair to poor for those fishing in Wassaw sound. While those fishing near Tybee fishermen did very well. One fisherman said every time he would cast out he would get a fish. Many of the whiting are in the nine inch range but there are lots of bigger ones. Some scattered seatrout action. The best reports on seatro...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
about 7 years ago (03/15/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.15.10

Mar 15, 2010     Stopping by Tybee Island Bait and Tackle a few days ago , the owner and manager - CT, said this first time in three weeks his thermometer has read over 50 degrees. (CT said)This does not sounds significant however it is. It was great to see temperatures rise this week to around 55 degrees. Fishermen are still finding large schools of redfish on the flats. Redfish, fish in general, will move. Finding fish on flat one day does not mean this is a given. Lots of th...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (02/05/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 02.05.10

Feb 04, 2010 Spring tides last weekend combined with wind and lots of rain resulted in poor water quality for fishing. Nonetheless, there are large schools of redfish on the flats. In muddy conditions redfish will have difficulty finding a bait. Even when a fish hits a plastic the bite is more of soft bump as opposed to an aggressive hit. For those serious about fishing in muddy water scented baits with colors that can penetrated the murkiness is an alternative. Fishing a live bait such as m...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (01/18/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 01.18.10

Jan 18, 2010 The cold weather has finally broke on the Georgia coast! This is great news! With almost two straight weeks of sub freezing temperatures the first thought was we came out pretty much unscathed. Right now its wait and see. Terns can be seen feeding on lots of small fish that were stunned or killed. Some keeper size sea trout have been seen lying dead on the flats or floating. One forboding report of large number of dead sea trout in the sound just in front of the Savannah River....
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (01/14/2010)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 01.14.10

Jan 13, 2010 Eleven straight days with temperatures below freezing!  Thank goodness we are in warming trend! Despite brutally cold weather some of the fishermen who ventured out caught fish. The bite has been mostly redfish on soft plastics. The few bait shops that have had shrimp are now out. Larry's bait shop in Port Wentworth will be restocking but it take several days. Larry wants everyone to know that he has purple back fiddler from Florida. Nonetheless during the winter it's alway...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (12/22/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 12.22.09

Dec 21, 2009 December 21st is officially the first day of winter. The morning now are cold, not frightfully cold but cold nonetheless. Fishing despite the cold and wind has been good if not exceptionally good! Large schools of large redfish on flats. When fish aren't disturbed its been possible to pick off big numbers of large fish. These fish are hungry and on the prowl for food. With cooler temperatures fiddler crabs, which are a typical sight along mud banks, are no where to be seen. Thes...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (12/02/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 12.02.09

Dec 01, 2009 Fishing over the Thanksgiving week was the most part was very obliging. The day before Thanksgiving was the toughest with strong winds and little current. When the weather deteriorated small sea trout were the norm. On other days the bite was good with large reds one day followed by schooling red fish the next. The sea trout bite in Wassaw Sound has been good! Sea trout are feeding on shrimp on flats. Sea trout can be found well off the marsh grass. Nonetheless when the bite slo...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (11/23/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 11.23.09

Nov 20, 2009 The weather this week has been incredible! Mild sunny days and some great fishing! Typically this time of the year fishermen are finding large numbers of large sea trout up river. This year conditions have been slightly milder than in other years. Consequently, the best fishing has towards the sounds. Traditional community drops have produced big numbers of big fish! This can change quickly but to date the best bite has been towards the sounds. Fishing areas that have produced t...
Coastal River Charters / Capt. Jack McGowan
over 7 years ago (11/13/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 11.13.09

                                      Nov 11, 2009 The bite has been good! Fall is great time for inshore fishing! This year has been no exception! The October redfish bite has been strong. When the bite is on a fishermen at times can literally throw a bare hook and catch a quality redfish. Recently we stuck a...
Captain Judy Helmey www.missjudycharters.com
over 7 years ago (10/27/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 10.27.09

CAPTAIN JUDY HELMEY “Kicking Fish Tail Since 1956” POB 30771 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 31410 912 897 4921 912 897 3460 FAX www.missjudycharters.com Captain Judy’s email fishjudy2@aol.com Captain Judy’s Cell 912 429 7671 October 26, 2009 Happy Fishing Halloween! Saltwater Inshore, Offshore, Blue Water fishing reports, Freshies Suggestions, and “Little Miss Judy’s Believe It or Not story! Thanks for Reading! The Wind She Blow Most of The Time! Although the wind howled the entire weekend and temper...
Capt Judy Helmey www.missjudycharters.com
over 7 years ago (10/20/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 10.20.09

CAPTAIN JUDY HELMEY “Kicking Fish Tail Since 1956” POB 30771 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 31410 912 897 4921 912 897 3460 FAX www.missjudycharters.com Captain Judy’s email fishjudy2@aol.com Captain Judy’s Cell 912 429 7671 October 19, 2009 Happy Fish Day! Saltwater Inshore, Offshore, Blue Water fishing reports, Freshies Suggestions, and “Little Miss Judy’s Believe It or Not story! Thanks for Reading! Table of Contents 2010 INSHORE and OFFSHORE FISHING CLINICS dates/information Artificial Bait Peek!...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (10/15/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 10.15.09

Inshore Fishing Report Oct 14, 2009 Tides are building throughout the week peaking at 8.7 feet on Sunday. Big tides, tides close to the 9 foot range mean strong currents, muddy water and more challenging fishing conditions. If you read this report much you know my preference is larger tides as opposed to extremely small tides. Large tides mean vast amounts of water and fish will be moving. In general the smaller tides are best but when currents are barely moving fishing can come to stand sti...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (10/02/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 10.02.09

Sep 29, 2009 Fall is upon us! The heat of the summer has broken. The days are shorter and there is a crispness in the air. What an awesome time! Seatrout are running and redfish are fattening up! Fishermen are catching dozens of small seatrout most slightly under size but plenty in the 13 to 15 inch range as well as the big boys. The primary bait of choice during the fall is live shrimp. One tip for big seatrout is to switch from a live bait to a plastic. Offer something different. Large (10...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
over 7 years ago (08/27/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 08.27.09

Aug 26, 2009 Last week conditions were challenging due to spring tides and lots of fresh water. The best fishing was in areas with hard bottoms , relatively clean water and currents that weren’t too strong. The best tide stage was fishing both sides of high water, high incoming and high outgoing. The ladyfish bite was crazy!  Plenty of ladies in the three to four pound range!  Some seatrout mixed in but ladyfish with their large eyes and keen sight have a definitely feeding...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
almost 8 years ago (08/18/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 08.18.09

Aug 17, 2009 Lots of rain has put a slight damper on fishing. That said, conditions can change quickly!  Areas that were holding lots of shrimp are empty.  What’s happened?  Fish, shrimp and are seeking more favorable conditions.  For fisherman it’s a matter of finding those places.  Despite a lack of shrimp in local waters Don Adams is finding and catching lots of shrimps. Don is shrimping deep. Fishermen can take a clue when there are periods of heavy r...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
almost 8 years ago (07/27/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 07.27.09

Jul 26, 2009 High evening tides muddied water  made conditions during the week difficult to fish.  Many people think shark fishing is a summer time given. This isn’t necessarily the case. Strong currents and muddy water can make shark fishing very challenging.  Typically and incoming tide can offer an abundance of sharks and all sorts of fish.  This week the outgoing produced most of big bites. We hooked one (100 pound) tarpon on finely aged mullet that was cut...
almost 8 years ago (06/17/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 06.17.09

Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters Report:Jun 16, 2009 Lots of small seatrout caught last week. It’s possible to catch keepers when you’re catching undersized seatrout but it will takes lots of bait. The alternative to fishing with shrimp is put a DOA shrimp under a popping cork. You should get plenty of bites! Small jack crevalles and ladyfish can be found in tidal creeks close to the beach front. Redfish action is mostly large fish. Redfish numbers aren’t concentrated but good acti...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
almost 8 years ago (05/29/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 05.29.09

Coastal River Charters Report:The marshes look alive following recent rain! The salt marsh is a bright green color with only a few intermittent splotches of brown Puffy cumulus clouds still linger with threats of more typical afternoon showers. The week preceding Memorial Day was a washout with constant wind and rain. Inshore and offshore fishermen were landlocked. Fishing was good before the fowl weather. As front passed despite incredibly large amounts of rain conditions are pretty good! Sin...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
about 8 years ago (05/20/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 05.20.09

May 18, 2009 As the week starts we are experiencing inclement weather: windy and unseasonably cold. This an aberration. Yesterday the weather was mild and a few days before that it was hot. Wait just a little bit and the weather will change again. Fishing has been good! Good seatrout action in tidal creeks close to the sounds and around the backwaters. When currents have been slow action has been good in tidal creeks where slightly stronger currents funnel through. Good seatrout action in the...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
about 8 years ago (05/05/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 05.05.09

May 05, 2009 The pattern for last couple of weeks has been when fishermen have found clean water there has been good fishing! Seatrout are large and females are full of roe! One fisherman reports redfish on inside, outside and up the creeks! The redfish bite while not ballistic has been good. Reds have caught on plastics, live and dead bait. Plenty of peanut sized menhaden in the rivers. One fishermen reported catching some quality redfish on small menhaden. Lots of bonnet head sharks rolling...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
about 8 years ago (04/22/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 04.22.09

Apr 21, 2009 Wow! This Spring is rocketing by! Water temps are bumping up. Seatrout are fat and laden with roe. One fisherman said a couple of friends boated 25 roe trout. The bite is on! Despite being an awesome fish going light is always a good thing. These fish are taking live shrimp as well as plastic with abandon. The sheepshead bite is on! Plenty of keeper sized sheepshead are showing up. Sometimes hooking these fish while float fishing can look silly with so many fish that are missed. T...
Capt. Jack McGowan Coastal River Charters
about 8 years ago (03/24/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.24.09

Mar 23, 2009: As conditions continue to warm the bite is progressively getting better! Whiting an indicator fish are showing in increasingly larger numbers. The general thought of this relatively small but tasty fish is they indicate the arrival of Spring fishing and what’s to come (sharks, tarpon, jacks, spanish and more)! This year as in most years the bite starts a little further down the Georgia coast and moves up. On one recent outing we landed over 30 keeper size fish and released sever...
about 8 years ago (03/17/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.17.09

Mar 17, 2009 The long awaited St. Patrick’s day has descended upon the city! For many Savannahians and non Savannahians this is the favorite day of the year! In Savannah on St. Patrick’s day everyone is Irish for a day. The main activity is focused around the St. Patrick’s day parade. The celebration in Savannah is only second to New York city. What does St. Patrick day have to do with a fishing report? Around St. Patrick’s day the season begins to change from a dormant winter pattern to a...
about 8 years ago (03/04/2009)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 03.04.09

Mar 03, 2009 Periods of calm weather between fronts has provided good fishing!Most redfish have been caught on plastics. Numbers of fish are good! During the winter catching a few fish can be tricky. One day fishermen can catch a couple of dozen fish only to be blanked the following day. A typical question is when do fish bite best? What is the barometer doing? This question can provoke lots of conversation and speculation. The short answer (to when do fish bite the best) is when fish are bein...
Capt. Jack McGowan
over 8 years ago (12/05/2008)

Wassaw Sound Fishing Report 12.05.08

Dec 03, 2008 Fished yesterday with Capt. Wild Bill Jarrell from Yellow Bluff. We fished around St. Catherine’s. Fishing was excellent! Seatrout bite consistently throughout the day. Shrimp was the bait of choice but bunches were landed on artificials as well! The bite around Savannah has been up and down. Several reports of lots of big seatrout and redfish around Thunderbolt and Cabbage Island.Some fishermen had no problem finding and catching fish over the Thanksgiving weekend while many str...



Barracuda, Great (Sphyraena barracuda)


Bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix)


Bonito, Atlantic (Sarda sarda)


Cobia (Rachycentron canadum)


Croaker, Atlantic (Micropogonias undulatus)


Dolphinfish, Common (Coryphaena hippurus)


Drum, Black (Pogonias cromis)


Drum, Red (Saltwater) (Sciaenops ocellatus)


Flounder, Starry (Platichthys stellatus)


Flounder, Summer (Paralichthys dentatus)


Flounder, Winter (Pseudopleuronectes americanus)


Grouper, Black (Mycteroperca bonaci)


Grouper, Gag (Mycteroperca microlepis)


Grouper, Goliath (Epinephelus itajara)


Grouper, Marbled (Epinephelus inermis)


Grouper, Misty (Epinephelus mystacinus)


Grouper, Red (Epinephelus morio)


Grouper, Snowy (Epinephelus niveatus)


Grouper, Warsaw (Epinephelus nigritus)


Kingfish, Southern (Menticirrhus americanus)


Kingfish, Yellowtail (Seriola lalandi)


Ladyfish (Elops saurus)


Mackerel, Atlantic (Scomber scombrus)


Mackerel, King (Scomberomorous cavalla)


Marlin, Blue (Makaira nigricans)


Marlin, White (Makaira nigricans)


Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus)


Sea Bass, Black (Centropris Striata)


Seatrout, Silver (Cynoscion nothus)


Seatrout, Spotted (Cynoscion nebulosus)


Shark, Blacktip (Carcharhinus limbatus)


Shark, Bull (Carcharhinus leucas)


Shark, Dusky (Carcharhinus obscurus)


Shark, Hammerhead (Sphyrna mokarran)


Shark, Lemon (Negaprion brevirostris)


Shark, Leopard (Triakis semifasciata)


Shark, Sandbar (Carcharhinus plumbeus)


Shark, Thresher (Alopias vulpinus)


Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus)


Snapper, Blueline (Lutjanus coeruleolineatus)


Snapper, Cubera (Lutjanus cyanopterus)


Snapper, Dog (Lutjanus jocu)


Snapper, Gray (Lutjanus griseus)


Snapper, Lane (Lutjanus synagris)


Snapper, Mahogany (Lutjanus mahogoni)


Snapper, Mullet (Lutjanus aratus)


Snapper, Mutton (Lutjanus analis)


Snapper, Red (Lutjanus campechanus)


Snapper, Schoolmaster (Lutjanus apodus)


Snapper, Vermillion (Rhomboplites aurorubens)


Snapper, Yellowtail (Ocyurus chrysurus)


Snook (Centropomus undecimalis)


Swordfish (Xiphias gladius)


Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus)


Tilapia, Blue (Oreochromis aurea)


Tripletail (Lebotes surinamensis)


Trout, Speckled (Cynoscion nebulosus)


Tuna, Blackfin (Thunnus atlanticus)


Tuna, Bluefin (Thunnus thynnus)


Tuna, Yellowfin (Thunnus albacares)


Wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri)


Weakfish (Cynoscion regalis)




Coastal River Charters

Coastal River Charters is Savannah's premier inshore fishing and sightseeing service (U.S.C.G. licensed and insured), fishing between 250 and 300 charters a year. Whether fishing the back country...
Savannah, GA, United States United States

Miss Judy Charters

Miss Judy Charters provides Inshore fishing, Offshore fishing, and Gulf Stream fishing charters. Whether it's sport fishing for the serious angler or a leisurely day for the family, we have the trip...
Savannah, GA, United States United States


There are no lodges specified for this fishing spot.


There are no tournaments associated with this fishing spot.