Kayak Fishing Adventure
Book our kayak fishing adventure and get ready for an experience you will never forget. Our fishing adventure are for the seasoned fisherman or for the beginner looking to experience awesome kayak fishing.
Kayak fishing is a wonderful way to fish the shores or deep water. Most of all, it allows you to fish shallow waters that most motorized boats cannot reach. Kayak fishing provides you with an exceptional opportunity to target all types of fish specific to this region. In addition to getting an fishing adventure; you’re getting the expertise of a professional guide who have a amazing passion and commitment to the world of kayak fishing.
Therefore, let us help you knock off a few fish on your bucket list!!!!
This is a true adventure you don’t want to miss.
We feature the Old Town Predator Fishing Kayaks on our fishing adventure. Probably, the most comfort and stable fishing kayak on the market. This is especially relevant when on the water knowing that safety is always a concern. Therefore, it seems like, all you need now, is to book a fishing adventure and get ready for some fun.
Prices include a fishing kayak, fishing rods, tackle and bait
Georgia fishing license required
Fishing license link: http://www.georgiawildlife.com/licenses-permits-passes
Choose from three fishing locations:
Savannah — SKIDAWAY NARROWS Rich in natural this back river fishing is popular for many locals. The creeks in this area that branch off from the main trunk of the Moon and Skidaway Rivers are smaller and more protected on windy days than other locations. Several forested islands slope to the waters edge creating other location with sandy to muddy transition zones which we target small creeks for better fishing. Most common fish caught Trout, Red fish, Flounder and Sheepshead
TYBEE ISLAND / Lazaretto Creek — Ocean Bay
Tybee Lazaretto Creek and inland bay transition zone from creek to ocean bay shoals back to salt marsh estuary provides a target rich environment for fishing. This is a great location to experience hand how varied our ecosystem is on the Georgia Coast. The zone of sandy to muddy bottom provides the right conditions for fish and bait that feed on the boundaries of both habitats and heavily mixed many species of fish. Most common fish caught Trout, Red fish, Flounder and Sheepshead