All offshore boats can take up to six passengers 

 
14 or 16 Hour Trip

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
April - June

Sept - Nov

Trolling Dolphin (Mahi-Mahi)
Tuna (Yellow Fin, Black Fin)
Wahoo
Sailfish
Blue & White Marlin
Year Round Bottom Fishing Large Red Snapper
Large Grouper
Trigger Fish, Silver Snapper Etc...
Destination: The Gulf Stream
One-way travel time: Approx 3½ hours
Leave the dock around: as early as 2 a.m.
Sport Fishing
 


10 or 12 Hour Trip

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Year Round Bottom Fishing Many bottom species
Including Red Snapper, Grouper Etc... 
Apr - Nov Trolling or Live-lining King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Amberjack, Black Fin Tuna, Little Tunny, Bonita, Barracuda
Destination: The Savannah Snapper Banks 
One-way travel time: Approx 2 hours
Leave the dock at: 6:30 a.m.


 
8 Hour Trip
Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
May - October Trolling King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel
Little Tunny, Blue Fish, Bonita, Spadefish
Barracuda
Nov - Apr Bottom Fishing Black Sea bass, Trigger Fish, Ocean Perch Etc... 
Destination:  depends on where the fish are biting.
One-way travel time: Approx 1 - 1.5 hour
Leave the dock at: 6:30 a.m.



 
4 or 6 Hour Trip
Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
May - Oct Trolling King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Little Tunny, Blue Fish, Spadefish, Barracuda
Nov - Apr Bottom Fishing Black Sea Bass, Spottail Bass, Black Drum
Sheepshead, Ocean Perch
Destination: Georgia's artificial reefs
One-way travel time: Approx 1 hour
Leave the dock at: 6:30 a.m. (flexible)


 





Some inshore boats can take up to four passengers. 

4 and 8 Hour Trips
Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Sept - Dec  Live Bait and Artificial Spotted Sea Trout
Spottail Bass
(aka red drum, channel/stag bass)
June - Nov Live Bait and Artificial Flounder
June - Sept Live Bait Tarpon
Destination: Savannah area inshore waterways and sounds
Leave the dock at: Flexible - Depends on tides

Fly fishing is available on a limited basis.
 Call for details.

 




 

 Fly Fishing School

Peak Season Type of Fishing What to expect, why fly-fish?
Year Round Fly Casting (Up to 2 People) The fishermen taking this course decides the “degree,” in which it's taught

 

Introduction to Gear, Hands on Casting:
Getting the feel of the rod, line pick up, understanding the left and right hand skills, false casting, understanding timing, practicing presentation, and where to go from here
Destination: Savannah area sounds
Leave the dock at: Flexible

 

 Fly Fishing Trips

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Year Round Fly Casting (Up to 2 People) The fishermen taking this trip decides the “degree,” of experience.   Spotted Sea Trout, Black Drum, Flounder, Red Fish, Jack Crevalle, Spanish Mackerel, Blue Fish, Tarpon, Cobia, Triple Tail, Little Tunny, Spade Fish, Striped Bass, and Shark
Destination: Savannah area sounds
Leave the dock at: Flexible

 Shark Fishing Trips

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Apr - Nov Live Bait and Cut Bait Sharks - 1-7 feet long
Stingrays up to 100 pounds
Croaker
School Blue Fish
Whiting (good eating!)
Destination: Savannah area sounds
Leave the dock at: Flexible

These trips are great for children and adults who want the chance to have a CLOSE ENCOUNTER with a shark. You can see the ocean, but are not outside the outer beaches - so no rocking and rolling!

 Barracuda Trips

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Apr - Oct Live Bait and Dead Bait Barracuda
King Mackerel
Spanish Mackerel
Little Tunny
Blue Runners
Destination: Georgia artificial reefs
Leave the dock at: 6:30 a.m. (Flexible for 4-6 hour trips)

 4 to  8 hours of BARRACUDA fishing that are full of rod-bending action.

Captain Judy has broken the Georgia State Record twice with her special Cuda-Catcher Rigs.

Sports Crabbing & Cast Net Trips

Peak Season Type of Fishing Potential Catch
Apr - Oct Hand Lines, Dip Net for Blue Crabs & Cast Netting for Various Sea Creatures Some of the sea creatures that you might catch: shrimp, all types of juvenile fish, shrimp, and seahorses!  We practice especially in this department “Catch, See, Touch, and Release!”
Destination: Savannah area sounds
Leave the dock at: Flexible

 
Burials At Sea

 Crew members have many years of experience and understand the sensitive nature of this service and will ensure all your wishes are carried out.. 

A commemorative chart stating the loved one's name, date, latitude and longitude of the ceremony will be provided to the family along with flowers to scatter during the ceremony. 

Call For pricing

 

Trips On The Intracoastal

 Cruise the Intracoastal water ways for lunch in Hilton Head, Daufuskie, Tybee, Richmond Hill or any other nearby destination.  

Call for details and pricing

124 Palmetto Dr Savannah, GA 31410

912-897-4921 912-897-2478

  Email:  Capt Judy     

 

                     

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