Georgia Charter Fishing

Marsh Hen Hunting


Marsh Hen Hunting

If you’re a wingshooter and have never targeted marsh hens – more properly called rail birds – you should go. Now!

Marsh hens 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 hens make that rapid, intense and strange little “geeh, geeh, geehhkk” call from dense marsh near salt creeks and Intracoastal Waterway regions.

In fact, making combo fishing/rail bird hunting trips is a snap to do, because the same high-tide conditions that make for great sight fishing for tailing redfish and sheepshead, works for marsh hens.


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