It’s the oldest city in Georgia, home of the state’s most important port for over two centuries and more recently host to the competitive sailing events at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Savannah has indeed enjoyed a long association with the ...

  Thunderbolt Marina, a full-service yacht repair and refit facility located on the Wilmington River, near Savannah, Georgia, has expanded. Over 1,000-feet of additional dock space was installed at the marina and 400 feet of rail added to the property ...

I simply love taking people fishing and to this day I still get excited when one of my customers hooks a fish. When you drop a hook in the ocean you really never know what kind or size of fish that ...

May is ‘Cobia Time’ in Savannah, Georgia! This is one fish that sparks the interest of many offshore as well as inshore fishermen. When cruising near the surface the cobia looks like a cross between a big catfish and shark. ...

Inshore April fishing brings fishermen closer to the act of catching. Bait shops will start to carry what you need to get the fish’s attention — live shrimp. Pair the shrimp with traditional adjustable floats from large to small and ...

Inshore Report I love it when the month of March rolls around on Savannah’s coast. I finally get to say “When the water temperature reaches 65 degree everything is alive!” This is the time of the year all fishermen and ...

Fishing the inshore waters of Savannah, can be rewarding during the month of February, if you are privy to some local secrets. The water is a lot clearer, making the fish a bit more skittish. Fishing redfish, pick areas in ...

By the time January rolls around in Savannah, the migrating coastal inshore fish have left and the ones that are staying have gone into the hibernation mode. Spotted seatrout are normally wintering in deep holes in the creeks, rivers or ...

Inshore Waters Catching fish can happen in the month of December in Savannah, Georgia! Spotted sea trout, flounder, and redfish are bulking up for cold weather patterns. It’s also time to be a weather watcher. Normally the inshore bite will ...

When the month of November rolls around, the inshore bite in Savannah, Ga., certainly does pick up. Fishermen get their best chance for catching the well known “Savannah Slam”; redfish, spotted sea trout, and flounder. The secret to catching more ...

INSHORE Though the temperatures are still hot, the shorter days alert fish that fall patterns are pending. Fish are not migrating this month, rather they are feeding on everything that is available. Spotted seatrout, redfish, and flounder might feed at ...

The old saying “the early bird catches the worm” really comes into play in August, the month that separates the true fishermen from those that claim to be. It’s best to fish early and you have to pull out all ...

The Hinckley Yacht company was founded in 1928 in Maine, producing their luxury sailing yachts and jet-powered Picnic Boats in Trenton. It’s the unique powering of the Picnic Boat, and the classic lines, that still create a pride of ownership ...

Inshore, offshore and Gulf Stream fishermen can show their guests a good time just knowing that live shrimp catches fish.   Inshore There are several good options this month for presenting live shrimp. The traditional adjustable float, quickly changed to ...

The Atlantic southeast coastline and the Gulf coast of the United States have noted steadily increasing growth in megayacht traffic over the last decade. Established businesses and new facilities have risen to meet the maintenance and repair challenges of these ...

Inshore Inshore fishermen can go into “watch and catch mode” for spotted seatrout, redfish, flounder, sheepshead, black drum, shark, Spanish mackerel and cobia. Now is also the time to bring out the cast net and catch your own bait. Peanut ...

Inshore Although the spotted seatrout has been a little unpredictable over the last few months, May is the month that changes everything! By the time May rolls around, the spotted seatrout bite is joined up with the flounder bite meaning ...

INSHORE: Creeks, rivers, and sounds April fishing brings fishermen closer to the act of catching. Bait shops should start to carry more live shrimp, and so should you. With live shrimp in the well, varying sizes of traditional adjustable floats, ...

March marks the long-awaited end to slower winter fishing season. As I say, when the water temperature reaches 65, everything comes alive! Inshore fishermen can expect the cold redfish bite to thaw and will see spotted sea trout too. And ...

For those fishermen that want to have a go at striped bass, AKA rockfish, February is a great month. In our area the Savannah River and Ogeechee River are the two places that seem to hold the interest of these ...