Fishing for monster Redfish at Jekyll Island Georgia
Capt. Richie Lott
November 4, 2017
Jekyll Island - Saltwater Fishing Report
Migration Mania in Coastal Georgia
The fall months are here. This time of year signifies some of the best fishing the Georgia coast has to offer. With falling water temperatures, this is the time to go head-to-head with some of the biggest and baddest Redfish in the United States. September through November is the absolute best time to hunt down these record size bull Redfish.
Claiming to be the number one Redfish location in America carries something with the title. The ability to prove it. But the fishing here speaks for itself. Some of our Georgia local River Redfish can easily top 45 to 50 lb. as seen in the hundreds of photos seen on www.georgiasportfishing.com and social media outlets.
Fresh bait and fishing on bottom is the key to catching these monsters. However, contrary to popular belief, clear or green water is not necessary. In fact, the best fishing for these monsters is normally had in dirty, muddy water. The harder the tide runs the better these Redfish will bite in this area. Once your mindset is changed over to fishing in dirty water, you will likely produce far more monster size Redfish. We often find them by marking them on our Sounder.
About the Georgia Sport Fishing Charters Team
Redfish numbers for the 2017 season tally over 450 bull redfish for Georgia Sport Fishing Charters. This local, seasoned guide company is spearheaded by 26 year guide Capt. Richie Lott. He and his team are front-runners in understanding and fishing the local Redfish fishery. Georgia Sport Fishing Charters finances their own Redfish research, biology, migration patterns, feeding patterns and other habits of local River redfish. Capt.Richie Lott has dedicated his entire 3 decade career to efficiently locating and catching these monsters in any condition during any season of the year.
His knowledge of the local giant bull Redfish in coastal Georgia has been passed on to only one person. His team partner, Captain Josh Cook. Together this team is the nemesis of their rival Redfish competitors near Jekyll Island Georgia. The bulls are caught by this team around the little Satilla River and the big Satilla River edging the waters of the famous St. Andrews Sound in Coastal Georgia. They fish hard around Jekyll Island in general chasing these huge monsters every minute of every day when at all possible.
Redfish, Bull Redfish, Bull Reds, Channel Bass, Red Drum
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