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Fishing Reports by Capt. Vernon Reynolds


2010-12-06
12:15 PM

IT'S TROLLING TIME ON THE GEORGIA COAST - IT'S TROLLING TIME IN SOUTH GEORGIA By Captain Vernon Reynolds The days are getting shorter, daylight savings time is gone, nighttime temperatures have dropped into the 20's several times and the Sea Trout are on the move. Trout move from ocean more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-11-22
12:30 PM

11-25-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS 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 fi more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-11-01
10:48 AM

RED-FISH ARE EVERYWHERE - 11-04-2010 ST. SIMONS & JEKYLL ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Red-Fish are every where. Bull Reds can be found on sound sand bars and River Reds are feeding on river oyster bars. Bull Reds, Red-Fish over five years of age and more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-10-17
4:16 PM

TROUT AND REDS ON THE GEORGIA COAST - 10-21-10 ST. SIMONS & JEKYLL ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds The Trout and Red-Fish bite is on. David and Kim Zachery, and Rick Germano had a limit of Red-Fish this week. Captain Eric Moody and client had 12 Trout and two Re more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-10-06
9:35 AM

10-07-2010 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT - 10-07-2010 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds October and November are the best months for Sea Trout and Redfish in our area. Two things can slow the action, weather and high tides. The tides through October 1 more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-09-24
2:47 PM

RUNNING WITH THE BULLS - RUNNING WITH THE BULLS Redfish spend the first five years of their lives in the estuary system into which they are born. As they become sexually active at about five years of age Reds move from the rivers and creeks to open ocean waters. These more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-09-06
2:18 PM

SPRING TIDES IN THE FALL - 09-09-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds The definitive term in the local angling community for last week and this coming week is spring tides. Spring tides occur every year during the fall. Something doe more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-08-23
4:29 PM

100 PLUS POUND FISH WITHIN A 10 MINUTE RUN - 08-26-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Summer means Sharks and Tarpon for Golden Isles fisherman. Sharks and Tarpon mean a 10 minute boat ride to the fishing grounds to have a chance to catch a 100 plus po more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-08-09
5:31 PM

SHARKS AND TARPON IN THE WATER - 08-12-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds The weather is hot and so is the fishing, temperatures, Sharks and Tarpon all in the hundreds. Temperatures have been running in the low hundreds for the last few weeks whil more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2010-07-19
11:42 AM

Trout and Redfish Bite Good In South Georgia. - 07-22-10 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Speckled Trout fishing has been a little slow this season but is improving. Larry James and a friend had a limit of fish including a 22 incher and another 19 inches t more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island

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