Wednesday, July 9, 2014


This isn't a commercial, at least as far as we are concerned we are not paid to post it. FISHING is one of our most popular "special interests pages". We periodically get tweets and e-mails from our "followers' who happen to be sport fishing guides. We pass some of them along when we can. I passed a number last winter from South Coastal Texas. This one is from the Sea Islands of Georgia. Our point is that there is good fishing weather and lots of fish within a ten hour drive of most of the U.S. just about every month of the year. So forget the world for a while and go wet a line!

Richie Lott

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Red Snapper off Coastal Georgia

We seized the opportunity to fish one last day on Eric Bennett's vacation. Of course, he opted for Offshore Fishing. We made the long journey to 100 ft of water again. With luck on our side offering calm seas and a great crew on board, we banged the bottom fish pretty good catching a limit of Vermilion Snapper, several Pink Porgy, plenty of Red Snapper are around when the time comes, HUGE Sea Bass, missed a shot at two Cobia over 40 pounds, Several Amberjack in the 50 pound range (released all) and more...

There is plenty of bait and plenty of fish biting right now nearshore and offshore. Please feel free to contact me at or visit for information on charter fishing trips from St. Simons and Jekyll Island. Have a blessed week! - - - - - Capt. Richie Lott

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