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Fishing Reports by Capt. TJ Cheek


2010-02-22
10:45 AM

The Red Snapper Alternative - Light Tackle Sea Bass - With Red Snapper closures in full effect on the entire east coast, it looks like there will be a bottom fish with a bounty on it's head... Great eating Black Sea Bass. The Georgia Coast may possibly be one of the best areas in the Atlantic Ocean more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-12-24
4:14 PM

Georgia's Redfish - Where, how and why in 2009 - This winter season on the Georgia Coast has been one to remember for me. Not only did I get in more fishing trips than I ever have in the winter, fishing was pretty good and I found plenty of new fishing holes. Fighting with freshwater We fough more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-09-28
6:50 PM

Bull Reds - COASTAL GEORGIA - We fished HARD all weekend for Bull Redfish... I mean HARD. St. Simons and Jekyll are normally covered with these heavy hitters by now... However, everything is a month behind this season, it seems... My bad thoughts were early on this as I told B more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-04-02
8:26 AM

St. Simons Island Georgia - Beauty of the fishery and why.... - A little about St. Simons Island and it's Estuary System - It all forms EXCELLENT FISHING! By: Capt. Richie Lott **NOTE: You must copy and paste the entire video links into your browser. The links normally will not work from the report page itsel more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-03-24
7:03 PM

Spring Sightcasting to Triple Tail on the Georgia Coast - Spring Targets in Coastal Georgia As I mentioned in my last report, spring is definitely here. The water temperature here on the S.E. Georgia Coast has risen to 66 degrees. That is a 13 degree incline over 2 weeks ago. This is the news we are look more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-03-12
10:35 PM

Georgia Coast Reef Fishing - Best Bet for Spring - Spring Reef Fishing is here…. Finally, we have rounded the corner and spring is not only on the horizon, we can smell it. Captains all over the south await this transition of season from dull gloomy days into warmer fish catching temperatures and more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-02-24
8:45 AM

Spring Fishing Finally Closing in... - Turning to Spring in Coastal Georgia Well, it looks as if the turn of the season is finally in sight. This winter was a REAL winter to the fishermen here on the Georgia Coast and to the lay person alike.. When it's cold, Its cold no matter who more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2009-01-16
8:28 PM

An Endless Red Snapper season in GA - Well, it looks as if the Snapper bite on the GA coast has no end in sight. Myself and many other fellow fishermen that have the bottom fishing bug have reaped the benefits of an incredible season that has been like no other. Whether your target more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2008-12-07
4:25 PM

Georgia Fishing - Inshore/Offshore (RED SNAPPER MAYHEM!) - December offshore Fishing 2008 – Coastal Georgia Saltwater INSHORE GEORGIA There are some years that are just premier, and this winter season has been one of those that will never be forgotten here on the Georgia Coast, inshore and offshore. more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island


2008-11-16
7:47 AM

Red Snapper Fishing in Georgia - BEST BET! - Georgia Inshore Fishing Once again, Inshore Trout and Red fishing continues to be excellent for most all anglers and all the Inshore fisherman know it will be hitting prime very soon. The water temperature is falling pretty quick, now. We are no more...
Capt. TJ Cheek - St. Simons Island

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