Coastal Georgia fishing | Simply no words can describe it, it must be experienced!
At A Glance
Rates & Trips
Boat & Equipment
Captain Greg Hildreth fishes out of a custom 25ft C-Hawk boat powered by a Yamaha outboard. The “Minner Skinner” is fully equipped with state of the art electronics and safety equipment and provides a dry, comfortable ride in the open coastal waters around St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Brunswick, Georgia.
Captain Greg customizes each coastal Georgia fishing charter to fit every angler and group’s request. Full day, half day and multiple day fishing charters, as well as multiple boat charters to accommodate large groups, can be arranged.
To inquire about rates or reserve dates please fill out the online contact form or call 912-617-1980.
What to Bring
- Lunch, snacks and drinks
- Appropriate clothing (Check the Weather Channel!)
- Boat shoes (Deck shoes or athletic shoes with light colored soles.)
What We Provide
- Fishing equipment (Rods, reels, bait, tackle, etc.)
- Fishing license
- Coolers with ice
- Expert Captain and crew
- A full day of fishing enjoyment and excitement
- Digital pictures emailed to you
What We Catch
Inshore & Coastal Species
General information on the types of gamefish encountered on any give day fishing the marshes and creeks of Coastal Georgia.
Light tackle offers both the greatest sport and best chance for catching flounder. Both artificial lures and natural bait can be used. The flounder's reputation as table fare is unsurpassed in Georgia.
Seatrout found inshore and nearshore in and around marsh flats, shorelines, deep holes and channels and above oyster bars. Spotted seatrout make excellent table fare.
Redfish will readily strike bait, lures and flies. Their habit of tailing in shallow water and the schooling of bull reds at times in open water off beaches make them a favorite target of sight-casters. Reds hit hard and run strong, particularly in skinny water.
Clapper and king rails live in the same places where redfish run wild, chasing baitfish and crabs during high tides in the fall. If you’re an inshore angler, you’ve likely heard marsh hends make that rapid, intense and strange little call from dense marsh near salt creeks
Considered one of the great saltwater game fishes. They are prized not only because of their great size, but also because of the fight they put up and their spectacular leaping ability.
The Georgia coast is known for its healthy shark population and infamous for its large black tip sharks. The black tip shark puts up a fight and aerial display rivaled only by that of a tarpon.
Frequently Asked Questions
We supply absolutely everything as our trips are all inclusive. All rods, bait, equipment and licenses are supplied on all our trips. Remember your sun screen, hats, sunglasses, and rain gear.
We supply all licenses, tackle, fuel, coolers, ice, and experience.
Of course you can bring alcohol. Please bring cans when possible!
Due to boat size and U.S.C.G. requirements a maximum of six anglers can be accommodated.
There are no age requirements. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
We love teaching others about our sport and coaching you through it all. We have many people who have never fished a day in their life, but leave with a new understanding and a unforgettable experience.
Fishing always varies from season to season. Common species include redfish, trout, sheepshead, tarpon and sharks.
Some of the fish you are likely to catch is edible, and is yours to keep.
Cancellations must be made at least 7 days in advance. Once you are within 7 days, there are absolutely no refunds. No shows are also non-refundable. All sales are final.
Coastal Georgia Fishing Calendar
When the weather is unseasonable it pays to be flexible and adjust targets accordingly.
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Plan Your Next Adventure
Ready to book or still have questions? Please don't hesitate to contact us! We'll customize a trip just for you. We'd love to hear from you and help you in any way that we can.Contact Us