Georgia Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Georgia

Georgia: 111 fishing charters available

Bad Intentions Fishing – Capt. Marcus
Bad Intentions Fishing – Capt. Marcus

Savannah • 22 ft • 4 persons

Bad Intentions Fishing Charters welcomes you aboard for a fun day of fishing and enjoying beautiful coastal Georgia.

"Marcus was the man. Very knowledgeable, knew exactly where they were biting and how to hook them." —⁠ Kristian,
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trips fromUS $350
Capt. Zach's Charters
Capt. Zach's Charters

Savannah • 23 ft • 6 persons

Capt. Zach’s Charters was born out of a love for the water and the coastal life, with a passion for sharing his knowledge of local wildlife.

"Super patient young captain. Engaged with my three boys ages 8, 6 and 3 from the moment we met." —⁠ David,
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trips fromUS $375
North Georgia Trout Fishing
North Georgia Trout Fishing

Blue Ridge • 14 ft • 2 persons

Trout Fishing North Georgia offers half and full day float trips on the Toccoa River, near Blue Ridge, Georgia.

"If you want a child friendly guide & teach Joe DiPietro, Owner of North Georgia Trout Fishing is the guide you want." —⁠ Ryan,
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trips fromUS $400
Island Angler Charters – Island Angler II
Island Angler Charters – Island Angler II

Jekyll Island • 23 ft • 4 persons

Island Angler Charters is a father-son team that specializes in inshore and nearshore fishing in the waters around Jekyll Island.

"Captain Shelby, Captain Andy’s son, was the perfect choice for our half day of shark fishing off Jekyll Island, Georgia." —⁠ Don, FL
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trips fromUS $400
Beck N Call Fishing Guide Service
Beck N Call Fishing Guide Service

Oakwood • 22 ft • 3 persons

Beck N Call Fishing Guide Service stands at your disposal. It operates out of Oakwood, Georgia and offers fishing trips on Lake Lanier.

"Bill was the perfect guide and made today such a memory for me and my son." —⁠ Douglas,
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trips fromUS $350
Mad Gillz Fishing
Mad Gillz Fishing

Cumming • 21 ft • 6 persons

Award winning! Mad Gillz Fishing invites you to join them for an authentic Georgian freshwater fishing experience.

"We had a great time out on the water with Captain Holbrook even though it was a little chilly." —⁠ Camron,
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trips fromUS $450
Island Angler Charters – Island Angler I
Island Angler Charters – Island Angler I

Jekyll Island • 25 ft • 6 persons

The waters surrounding Jekyll Island are a treat for fans of inshore and nearshore fishing.

"This was the first deep sea fishing trip for me and my husband and although the weather was crazy windy and cold we still managed to catch a few whiting, a sting ray, as well as a small catfish and toad fish we’ve never heard of before." —⁠ Stacy,
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trips fromUS $400
Capt. Tucker's Charters
Capt. Tucker's Charters

Savannah • 21 ft • 4 persons

Capt. Tucker's Charters is located in Savannah and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Captain Tucker had me and my family on the fish in less than 30 minutes." —⁠ Chris,
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trips fromUS $300
Stellar Charters
Stellar Charters

Midway • 23 ft • 4 persons

Stellar Charters offers inshore and offshore fishing excursions for all levels of anglers, from novice to pro.

"All I can say is WOW!!!! Our trip with Hector was amazing!!!" —⁠ Kevin, Georgia
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Georgia Bight Charters
Georgia Bight Charters

Savannah • 21 ft • 4 persons

Come out and join Captain Travis Easterlin on the water in the Savannah, Georgia and the Tybee Island area.

"The conditions were legitimately stacked against us from out of the gate." —⁠ Destin,
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Georgia

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Fishing in Georgia

Georgia is known for its incredible freshwater fisheries and some vastly underestimated saltwater ones, too. With over 4,000 miles of streams, countless lakes and rivers, and 100 miles of Atlantic coastline, hopping aboard a Georgia fishing charter is an adventure. You’ll get a warm welcome both on and off the water in the “Peach State!”

Let’s kick it off with freshwater fishing. You’ll find several species of Black Bass in Georgia’s waters, including Largemouth, Smallmouth, Redeye, and Shoal. There’s also incredible Spotted and Striped Bass action. If it’s table fare you’re after, Brown, Rainbow, and Brook Trout make for excellent targets in the streams. And if that wasn’t enough, try targeting Walleye, Crappie, Bream, and Catfish.

In the saltwater marshes and inshore Atlantic waters, you can count on an abundance of Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Flounder, and even Tarpon! Head to the reefs and wrecks for delicious Red Snapper and Black Seabass, or into even deeper waters for Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Marlin, and a variety of Tuna.

Those who only have a few hours to spend on the water will have a great time targeting freshwater fish or inshore saltwater targets. For record-breakers, however, set aside a full day. The productive bottom and offshore fishing grounds are 20–60 miles offshore, so a full or extended full day on the water is necessary.

You’ll find charters across the state. If you’re saltwater fishing, Savannah and Jekyll Island are excellent starting points. To target Trout, explore the Blue Ridge area. For Bass and Walleye, Lake Lanier and Lake Seminole are renowned fisheries.

Rules & Regulations

All anglers over the age of 16 will need to purchase a fishing license before hopping aboard a charter. Your captain will keep you informed of all regulations related to open seasons and bag limits.

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Georgia Fishing Seasons

January

While the weather may be unfriendly, the Redfish bite around the Golden Isles will keep your blood pumping throughout the cold! Lake Seminole will warm your heart with its exciting and productive Bass fishing. 

February

Lake Lanier is a popular winter destination due to the Striped Bass bite, which is really good during the cold months. You can also find Crappies here and in other lakes near the marinas and other larger structures. 

March

Largemouth Bass and Crappies can be caught in shallower waters on warmer days. For saltwater anglers the main target will be the Whiting, while Flounder starts creeping in during this month. 

April

Clarks Hill Lake sees Crappies moving in during early April and late March. The Bass move into spawning pockets during April, they can be caught with a variety of different baits. 

May

Tripletail starts to move in the waters of Jekyll Island in May. Other saltwater fishing is picking up speed really quickly during this month – you can expect to go inshore for some reel-screaming action!

June

If you’re a Tarpon fanatic this is the month you should be in Georgia, St. Simons and Jekyll islands have been hubs of Tarpon action in the past several years. Blacktip Sharks are a popular target in June as well. 

July

The Tarpon are moving into coastal rivers and inlets during this month, they can be seen rolling and feeding on the surface. Flathead Catfish can also be caught in holes on outside bends of the Altamaha River.

August

Blue Catfish are mostly targeted during August, with the state record (over 80 lbs) Catfish caught in August. They’ll go for live Bream or cut Shad, if you present it near the bottom. You can also go after Carp at Clarks Hill Lake. 

September

Bull Redfish are moving in the sounds during September, the perfect time to go after that trophy fish! You can catch Flounders even from piers, as well as Whitings. Spotted Seatrouts and Tarpon are kicking in in greater numbers too.

October

Tarpon are moving out this month, hurry up if you’re looking to tick one off of your catch list. Time to go for trophy Brown Trouts in the Chattahoochee River. Bass, Catfish, and Crappies are all popular targets to go after.

November

If you’ve got some ice in your veins you can go wading down the Toccoa River for the gorgeous Rainbow Trout. Spotted Seatrouts bite really well during November, but that also depends on the weather.

December

Bass fishing is the name of the game in December, just know that bait choice is crucial during this period – you find the right bait and you’ll have a much easier time with the fish. Look for schools of baitfish to tip you off where to target. 

Georgia Fishing Calendar

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Top Types of Fishing in Georgia

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Top Fishing Techniques in Georgia

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Top Targeted Species in Georgia

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