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Fishing Reports by Capt. Vernon Reynolds


2009-11-24
6:27 PM

JELYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT - 11-26-09 JEKYLL ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Eric Moody Well folks, another great summer season is in the books and the fall fishing season is in full swing. Ask anyone here on the coast and they'll agree including me, that fall is our favor more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-11-11
6:05 PM

JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORTS - JEKYLL & ST.SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Close to nine foot tides caused by the past New Moon and high Northeast winds slowed fishing the past several days. High tides cause the current to run faster than normal and more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-10-29
3:55 PM

JEKYLL/ST.SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT - 10-29-09 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT Captain Vernon Reynolds Bull Redfish have been King of the hill in Coastal Georgia waters the past couple of weeks. Bull Reds are even hitting trolled jigs, somewhat unusual. Bull Redfish spen more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-10-18
11:45 AM

ST. SIMONS & JEKYLL ISLANDS FISHING REPORT - ST. SIMONS & JEKYLL ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Bull Reds, River Reds and Spotted Sea Trout have been leading the catch the past several days. Often all there can be found on one drop. All will hit live bait and artificials more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-09-29
6:54 PM

JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING RFEPORT - JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds October and November are the two best months for taking Speckled Sea Trout inshore. The Sea Trout is the most popular and sought after inshore species in our area. Speck more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-09-16
2:14 PM

JEKYLL & ST, SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT - JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Fishing in the Golden Isles has been somewhat hampered by hurricanes, northeasters and rain. Those days when anglers could get away from the dock Whiting, Trout, Tripletail a more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-09-01
11:16 AM

JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORTS - 09-03-09 JEKYLL ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Reynolds Vernon Reynolds Inshore fishing for Sea Trout, Flounder, Red Bass and Whiting has been good the past several weeks. Nice catches of Sea Trout, consisting of good numbers and good sized fi more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-08-18
12:39 PM

Jekyll and St. Simons Islands Fishing Report - 08-20-09 JEKYLL ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Fishing for Shark, Mackerel, Tarpon, Sea Trout, Flounder, Redfish and Whiting is good in local waters. The question is what effect the coming storms will have on our area and wat more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-08-09
10:29 AM

Jekyll & St. Simons Fishing Report - JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLANDS FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds The Gulf Stream is producing King Mackerel, Wahoo, and Amberjack. The Navy towers are holding Kings, Barracuda and Amberjack. Grouper and Snapper are being taken at the 40 more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island


2009-07-22
12:43 PM

Jekyll & St. Simons Islands Fishing Report - 7-23-09 JEKYLL & ST. SIMONS ISLAND FISHING REPORT By Captain Vernon Reynolds Speckled Sea Trout, Red Drum, Flounder, Whiting and Bluefish have been active in area rivers and creeks. Tripletail, Sharks and Tarpon are being taken in local sounds. more...
Capt. Vernon Reynolds - Jekyll Island

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