Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters

Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters
Contact Information    
Address213 Villager Court
St. Simons, GA, US
Phone(912) 230-1814
Social Facebook Facebook    Twitter Twitter

About Coastal Georgia Inshore Charters

  |  St. Simons, GA, US | Views (48398)

Our mission is to provide an action-packed, fun filled day on the water that you’ll never forget. Capt. Tim has been a fishing guide for over 20 years and specializes in providing any angler, of any skill level, a memorable adventure in the pristine marshes surrounding the Golden Isles.

The Coastal marshes of St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island and Brunswick offer world class inshore fishing year round. Coastal Georgia’s Inshore Marshes are home to Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Tarpon, Triple Tail, Sharks and Sheepshead as well as several other species. Capt. Tim’s vast knowledge and experience will provide you the opportunity to make your day on the water a rewarding one.

View Full Fishing Map

Latest News

By Seamus on 4/25/2021 7:15:51 PM • Views (882)
Spring is here in the Golden Isles of Southeastern Georgia and with that comes an abundance of migrating species. In addition to our year round residents of red fish sea trout sheepshead and black drum; tarpon triple tail king mackerel Spanish macke...

By Seamus on 11/9/2020 2:36:25 AM • Views (617)
Water tempatures have crept up into the low 80’s and light winds out of the southwest have settled in. These patterns will provide some excellent conditions for chasing tarpon large acrobatic spinner sharks big jacks and triple tails along the beach...

By Seamus on 11/9/2020 2:36:24 AM • Views (309)
While a good many folks across the country have stowed fishing gear winterized boats and eagerly await the spring many anglers here in the Southeast are full throttle! For those in the know cool weather can really bunch up the fish. With average day...

By Seamus on 2/20/2020 2:36:22 AM • Views (298)
As a charter Captain or any business owner the lead conversation opener is often “how’s business”? Well often is the case “busy” is the answer. Which is usually followed by “that’s a good thing”! Yes it’s a good thing and now would be a good time to...

By Seamus on 4/17/2019 2:36:22 AM • Views (293)
April is definitely our strongest “transition” month for both weather and fish. Wide ranging temperatures wind rain fog and sunshine may welcome you on any given day and sometimes ALL on the SAME day! The fish in April can also be just as unpredicta...

Have a charter, marina, pier, or tackle shop?
Add your business!
Submit Business