SALTWATER REPORT (GA COAST) On Friday, a couple of anglers bank fishing the Brunswick area caught 20 trout up to 21 inches (2 fish over 20 inches), a 13-inch flounder, and an 18-inch redfish. Nice January inshore slam! A Keitech gold flash swimbait and Flashy Jighead caught a half-dozen of their fish, while a regular jighead and bluegill flash Assassin Sea Shad produced the balance. On Monday an angler fished the Brunswick area and landed 27 trout up to 22 inches, a 14-inch black drum, and two 18-inch redfish. All of the trout were keeper-sized, but he released them. Five of the fish ate Keitech gold flash swimbaits on Flashy Jigheads,and the rest were on 1/8-oz. NED jigheads (yes, the same ones folks use for bass) and Assassin bluegill flash and silver mullet Sea Shads…a few whiting were caught, but the winds kept most of the anglers away this week.
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Sheepshead and seatrout are your best bets in saltwater, but check the wind forecast before setting up a trip.
Get the full report here: Georgia Fishing Report: February
Inshore: Red drum, black drum, spotted seatrout, flounder, sheepshead, tautog.
Nearshore: Sheepshead, black sea bass, black drum, tautog, weakfish, flounder, whiting, croaker.
Offshore: Wahoo, blackfin tuna, king mackerel, grouper, vermilion snapper, triggerfish, porgy, black sea bass, grunts.
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