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Savannah, GA beach/pier fishing #14182 08/12/13 05:51 PM
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My brother is coming home on leave from Camp Pendleton for the next 10 days. We plan on spending a lot of it fishing. Anyone got any advice for fishing off Savannah, GA? Looking to catch some big saltwater fish. Either beach fishing or pier fishing, we don't have a boat sadly lol.

Re: Savannah, GA beach/pier fishing [Re: Jonnyinga] #14188 08/12/13 08:06 PM
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be patient, I know a couple of guys that might be able to help you when they read this.


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Re: Savannah, GA beach/pier fishing [Re: Jonnyinga] #14189 08/12/13 08:23 PM
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I've never fished in Savannah, but we do go to Jekyll a few times a year to do some shark fishing from the beach. Word is they caught a tiger off St. Simons (I believe) just a few weeks ago, so the sharks are out there and eating. The biggest thing with how we fish is you need some big reels, big baits and a kayak to set the baits out in the surf.

If you are just looking to catch a few fish, I bet you can do just that by tossing some squid out on the bottom. That always seems to get eaten out there. But, for the big sharks, we use whole bonita or a whole sting ray. I am not super knowledgeable about surf fishing, but can usually fake my way through it. If you have any questions, I'll try my best to answer them.

Here are a few threads about some of our trips:

http://www.georgiafishingforum.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/9135/Jekyll_Shark_Fishing#Post9135

http://www.georgiafishingforum.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/10323/Re_Jekyll_Island_and_Mexico_Be

http://www.georgiafishingforum.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/13461/Jekyll_Island_and_Mexico_Beach


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Re: Savannah, GA beach/pier fishing [Re: Jonnyinga] #16422 06/13/14 02:20 PM
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Thank your brother for his service, i spent 8 years in the Marines and went to school at 22 Area on Pendleton flag

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