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Fishing Reports by Capt. TJ Cheek


2011-06-03
9:13 PM

Back in Black! Sea Bass are back and the fishing is great! - Finally, Finally, we can keep Sea Bass again. We have been battling through them trying to get to the other species but man, these Blackfish are THICK! The Amberjack bite has been Stellar, the Cobia are still straggling around, we've had some mons more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2011-05-12
5:00 AM

Coastal Georgia Saltwater Fishing is Heating Up! - It's finally nice and warm and the fish are firing up! On the reefs from 20 miles and beyond, Snapper, Grouper, Bee liners, and Amberjack are being caught regularly. Cobia and Spanish Mackerel have shown up in force as close in as 5 miles. The more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2011-04-10
2:40 PM

April 2011 - St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island GA Report - April Fishing Report for Brunswick, Jekyll and St. Simons Island, Georgia. Calm seas and good weather have not been cooperating as much as we would like here on the Georgia coast, but there has been enough of it for one thing… A Taste of what Spri more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-11-21
12:20 PM

Fall 2010 Fishing Report for Coastal GA with a "Personal Twist" - 11/19/2010 - Re-Cap and Report for Coastal Georgia Inshore Fishing (With sort of a personal twist) After all these years of ignoring inshore fishing, I have put my mind back into full swing on it yet again. This is a short story of my return more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-09-28
7:08 PM

2010 Near-Shore GA Saltwater Re-Cap - Fishing Report - 2010 Near-Shore Fishing Re-Cap – Coastal Georgia Saltwater Report This has been a fabulous summer here in the beautiful Golden Isles of Georgia. From Savannah to Cumberland Island, the fish bite for most species was as good as ever. The highl more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-08-22
8:12 PM

Fishing the COASTAL GEORGIA HEAT... PAY OFF TIME! - Fishing the COASTAL GEORGIA HEAT in 2010 The GA Saltwater fishing remains incredible, even with soaring temperatures reaching 115 with heat index. It has simply been one of those seasons that we'll all look back and say… Man, that was an awes more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-06-30
3:00 PM

Georgia Coastal Saltwater Fishing Exceeds Expectations! - Georgia offshore fishing – June 2010 The Georgia offshore fishing on the offshore and the nearshore reefs has been incredible this season so far. All the guides in the south GA are have reaped the rewards of our bountiful offshore waters for Pe more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-05-10
6:53 PM

Spring brings excellent fishing to the Georgia Coast - Spring Brings good Fishing to the Georgia Coast in 2010! This is my favorite time of year. Not only is it recovery time for a slow winter, but the fishing is kicking into high gear all along the GA coast. From the inshore rivers to the offshore re more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-03-13
6:54 PM

Coastal Georgia Offshore - Spring Time Sheepshead - Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report – 03/13/2010 This entire month has been a battle with cold weather, fresh water run-off and big tides here on the Georgia Coast. Every time it rains north of here, the fresh water rivers dump it all into the Atlant more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2010-02-28
7:56 AM

Even Bass fisherman catch TROUT ON THE GA COAST! - Trout Bite HOT on the GA Coast Bite on the Georgia Coast (Premier Year shaping up for Inshore Fishing) After all the talk about bad weather throughout the summer months and terrible inshore fishing, the holy of holiest, the Speckled Trout ha more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island

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