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11-25-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT

Capt. Vernon Reynolds
November 22, 2010
Jekyll Island - Saltwater Fishing Report

11-25-10 JEKYLL & ST.SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT
By Captain Vernon Reynolds

Good numbers of Red-fish and Sea Trout have been taken the past couple of days, although about half of the Trout were short. That's a good thing; these throw back fish will be next year's keeper fish. Trout and Reds will be found around oyster bars, mud bars and other structure. Oyster bars, docks and other such structure hold bait fish and shrimp. There are three things that dictate fish movement; food availability, water temperature and salinity. Find these three things in the right amount and there usually will be Trout and Red-fish there. During the winter months fish will often be found on mud bars during the middle part of the day. The black mud warms from the sun light and in turn warms the water on top of the bars. This brings baitfish and shrimp to the bars and then the Trout and Reds move in to feed on them. Salinity is mostly controlled by the amount of rain fall we get up river. Most local rain fall is taken out to sea with the first couple of tide changes. Rivers swollen with fresh water from rains upriver will move the acceptable salinity level and the fish down river; just as low upriver rain fall will move the acceptable salinity level upriver.

Sea Trout almost always demand live bait while Reds will take live or dead equally well. Shrimp is the best bait of choice for both. Live shrimp can be purchased from local bait shops or taken with a cast net in area creeks. Mud minnows, poggie and finger mullet are great baits. Larger Trout eat them for the fish oil which helps toughen the egg shell. These can also be caught with a cast net.

Expect the fishing to be good for Trout, Reds, Flounder, Whiting Sheepshead and Black Sea Bass.

TAKE A KID FISHING..

Coastal Expeditions Charter Fishing & Dolphin Tours is owned and operated by Captains Eric Moody and Vernon Reynolds. Call (912) 265-0392 or go to www.coastalcharterfishing.com to book a trip or for further information.

Jekyll Island Fishing Forecast:

Red-Fish and Trout fishing should be good for the next two months.

Target Species:

Reds and Trout

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Fishing is great year round in the waters surrounding Jekyll, St. Simons and Cumberland Islands. Catch such species as Shark, Tarpon, Trout, Redfish. Flounder, Mackerel, Barracuda and others. Join us for a fishing trip you will never forget. We at Coastal Expeditions provide dependable back up for the professional and courteous instruction to the beginner. Children welcome.

Contact Info:

Coastal Expeditions Charter Fishing
Number One Harbor Rd.
Jekyll Island Ga, GA 31527
Phone: 912-265-0392
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