Triple Tail are soon to come !!

Posted by on January 25, 2015 at 07:40 am

January is soon to be gone, with it leaving Feb. will bring longer days and hopefully warming trends later in the month. As the water warms the triple tail show up in very large numbers down south and it is one of my favorite fish to target. There are days you will get 20-30 shots a day. Most of the Triple Tail we see are in the 5lbs range, but it’s not uncommon to look down and see them 20 plus lbs. One thing about this fish, that even a smaller fish can be surprising strong, with cool jumps that will skip them along the surface, rod bending drag screaming action ! Triple Tail are the first of the migrating fish to show themselves and after a long winter of redfish it can’t come quick enough. Don’t get me wrong nothing wrong with reds just get a bit tired of chasing them all winter. Things should start heating up in March Just call 912 308 3700 or e mail me if interested. I have included a few shots over the past years. Enjoy !  This is truly some of the most fun sight casting you can ever do !  I promise !

Trips are fun on spin tackle with a light artificial

Trips are fun on spin tackle with a light artificial

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Fishing Hilton Head, Savannah, Fly and Light Tackle also available

Posted by on January 20, 2015 at 06:44 am

another one falls to a Chris Webber pattern

another one falls to a Chris Webber pattern

DSC_0118   If you have  tried to contact me thru my page and didn’t get a response please call 912 308 3700.  Seems as though I am not getting e mails from this page.  If you would like to check out some fishing videos go to youtube and type SavannahFly.  There’s some goofy fishing stuff there.  Tarpon video to come soon !!

It’s been nice to get back on the water chasing the critters.  Orvis rep. Ben Austin and I headed out the other for a day of fly fishing Hilton Head, scouting and a bit of fishing.  We decided to hit a flat we knew had some fish on it just so we didn’t get baggled and at the end of the day I’m glad we stopped there.  We looked at some beauty spots and I guess the reds just didn’t care for the areas,  not seeing a fish is kinda a bummer.  On the other hand ya just need to keep getting out there turning over as many rocks as you can and eventually you’ll find a group that hasn’t been beat on by every boat in the low country.  The trout bite is still going well with the temps staying moderate, and I haven’t heard too much on the stripers as of late.

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