Archive for June, 2009

Sometimes clouds are good

Posted by on June 26, 2009 at 20:38 pm

 The early morning cloud cover seems to keep the fish a bit more on the active side the past couple of days.  We’ve been having some good times withe reds on these huge tides as well, the key is getting on the fish early before the water gets  to deep.  I was hiking into a fishing hole the other day and came across a bunch of deer,  had to take the time to get a couple of shots of them feeding in the early morning before the heat of the summer sun.   The trout bite has been good! Staying close to the ocean seems to be the key for some of the larger trout, When you can find pogies and mullet on the beach front, this  is always worth tossing some goodies in the water, trout , reds , jacks may be your prize.  Fly Fishing Georgia for over 15 years

Fly fish Georgiap6233104p6253129p6253133p6253134p6233106

Beachfronts

Posted by on June 22, 2009 at 08:12 am

Summer is heating up and so have the beachfronts.  My customers and I have been having a blast running the beachfronts looking for ladyfish Spanish and blue’s.   The ladyfish and spannish have been in large schools and crushing any fly you throw in front of them.  We have been using 6-7wt rods with topwater flies and been catching all the fish you can take. Or uuntil we run low on flies.  On another note I have noticed a few tarpon blasting some baits, but havn’t seen enough fish to make me fish for them. Big Jacks hav been starting to show themselves I hear.  I havn’t seen any but reports are there have  been a few showing up. (get you 11wt ready)

« Older Entries

Featured Video

Tags