• Savannah Fishing Report - GA

    Miss Judy Charters
  • Miss Judy Charters provides Inshore fishing, Offshore fishing, and Gulf Stream fishing charters. Whether it's sport fishing for the serious angler or a leisurely day for the family, we have the trip for you. We have been fishing in Savannah, Tybee and adjacent waters for over 50 years. We have the knowledge for your inshore and offshore fishing adventure.

  • Savannah Fishing Report - GA

    While inshore fishing with Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters Joanna and Casey Poole Jasper, Georgia had a wonderful catching time. While using mud minnows under popping corks and assorted secret Captain Kevin customized red fish baits they scored big time! They kept, they released, and they lost some really nice fish! All in all it was a grand inshore fishing day. Casey’s father Ralph joined them for this fish catching adventure. Of course, who caught the biggest? Ralph!

    I call this the teeter toddle ring time of the year! Why? Water temps are not exactly what I would say completely predicable. And you know the fish that swim in it are definitely after the winter that we have had are looking for some temperature stability. Here’s where we are: We have seen some 60 degree water this past week, which has prompted more of a solid fish bite. Heck, after all when a fish moves it does have to eat. So therefore the warmer the water the more the fish moves the more the fish will eat and the more the fishermen will catch!

    Cold Water Red Fish

    Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters used a mud minnow under Harper Super Striker Cork to get this catching job done! Cold water reds are in the thawing process, water temps are on the rise, and the inshore bite is just about to get right!

    Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters reached into his tackle box and pulled out his bag of tricks. This red fish found a Captain Kevin worked Sloan Brothers 3.5 inch swim bait something that it could not pass up! How did he work this lure? He just casted into the strike zone did a little twitching! And the purple panic bait took it from there!

    2018 Inshore/Offshore Fishing Clinics

    February 24, 2018 Saturday and February 25, 2018 Sunday
    On inshore/offshore boats in the water
    $135.00 per person for inshore
    $150.00 per person for offshore
    Time: 8:00AM till12:00 NOON
    Snacks and drinks provided by Captain Judy
    Place: Miss Judy Charters dock
    202 Wilmington Island Road
    Savannah, Georgia 31410
    912 897 4921 for more details!

    2018 Inshore Subjects and handouts:
    All those fishermen attending inshore classes on the boats in the water classes will receive what is biting best Inshore when 2018 fishing calendar! 2018 Tracking Fish Chart! Special techniques for targeting and catching red fish, spotted sea trout, sheepshead, and Flounder Trophy Reds & Gator Trout Tarpon Fishing Traditional adjustable and popping cork float fishing techniques, Learn how to take advantage and use the “Pecking Order” Basic Drifting & bottom fishing & 360 degrees line, Learn the value of rips, Best Times to catch your own bait and where to look, Structure and its value: Sand Bars, mud flats, oyster bars, rocks, docks, and rips, Suspended baits, pinching of baits (mashing) Live baits: mud minnows, shrimp, menhaden, and mullet, Triple tail catching techniques, Value Plus of trolling motors, Artificial bait techniques, Advantages of shrimp boats to fishermen, and Ask any questions that you might have and we will try to answer them! Captains on board will...be Captain Matt Williams, Captain Tommy Williams, Captain Garrett Ross, Captain Kevin Rose, and Captain Alan Collins

    2018 Inshore Handout Booklet
    My handout booklets are updated every year. It’s has plenty of detailed fishing information on best tackle and bait to use, rig illustrations, drawings showing techniques for fishing around buoys, shrimp boats, and birds. Shows best times to target fish when and where by each month.
    2018 Offshore Fishing Clinic
    February 24, 2018 Saturday and February 25, 2018 Sunday on offshore boats in the water
    $150.00 per person
    Time: 8:00AM till12:00 NOON
    Snacks and drinks provided by Captain Judy
    Place: Miss Judy Charters dock
    202 Wilmington Island Road
    Savannah, Georgia 31410

    To make reservations or for more information, please contact Captain Judy
    912 897 4921 office
    Email: Fishjudy2@aol.com

    Captain Kevin Rose’s of Miss Judy Charter’s proven artificial bait for this week! Get some today! Sloan Brothers 3.5 inch swim bait https://www.sloanbaits.com/

    Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters did a little scouting this past weekend. What kind of catching day did he have? Captain Kevin had caught fought and released 30 red fish of assorted sizes by high noon! What is hanging out of this red fish’s mouth? VUDU Shrimp! http://egretbaits.com/egret_vudushrimp.html How did he work this bait? He cast into place and free lined it! And what happened? The red fish found it so interesting that..well you already know the rest of this catching story!

    While inshore fishing with Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters Casey Poole Jasper, Georgia had a wonderful catching time. While using mud minnows under popping corks and assorted secret Captain Kevin customized red fish bait they scored big time! Casey Poole Jasper, Georgia

    While inshore fishing with Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters Ralph Poole Jasper, Georgia caught this nice red fish! I know you are going to believe this, but Mr. Poole is 75 years young! He was fishing with his son Casey and daughter-in-law Joanna! Who caught the biggest? You guessed it, Mr. Ralph! Captain Kevin Rose showed them the way!

    Go here and find out the real catching deal!
    For more information go to https://www.lifesparkfishingtackle.com/

    Offshore Fishing Report

    Please meet the Hare Fishing Party!
    I took this fun family on a short fishing trip this past weekend to the artificial reefs. They met here from all over the country! I was so glad that they were able to catch a few fish and have a nice fried fish dinner.

    Please meet Ryan Shepherd Columbus, Georgia! He was part of the Hare Family Fishing Party!

    The offshore artificial sheepshead bite was very light this past weekend with fishermen such as me getting badly taken advantage of. I can’t tell you how many times I reeled up a completely sucked dried fiddler shell. I knew exactly when the sheepshead hit my bait, but couldn’t get in step with the bite. So we came up with the sheepshead wave and wiggle. Now, the sheepshead wave is not new, but adding the wiggle did the trick. Ryan Shepherd was taught to bass fish by his father, who is a serious tournament bass fisherman. Ryan kept saying, “It’s hard not trying to set the hook like I do on a bass!” After a few minutes of hits and misses Ryan dialed this fish bite in by adding his signature wiggle. He had some fish catching moves for sure! He caught the most and the biggest! I was so happy that he took the stress off me!

    Savannah Snapper Banks
    This area is holding lots of black sea bass, vermilion snapper, white grunt, trigger fish, red snapper, grouper, and I could go on, but... The bottom line is we got lots of fish! Please always check with http://safmc.net/ before heading out! Remember we got rules and lots of them!

    Gulf Stream
    I haven’t gotten any recent reports from the Gulf Stream. However, I can almost guarantee that if you make a run that you are going to get an opportunity to catch a whole lot of different kinds of fish. And I am not just talking about bottom fish either! You can add the top water bite, because it is there! You just got to find it! Let me know if you go!
    Freshies Report and it’s a Salty Report Too!
    Just do it!

    Bill Vanderford
    My long time friend Bill Vanderford invented these lures many years ago. The best news is not only do the freshwater fish love them so do the saltwater ones too! A lure for all seasons with good reasons!
    Bill Vanderford says, “The fishing season is on the horizon, so if you want an easy way to catch more fish than ever....the Swirleybird is the answer!” Captain Judy says, “Order some today!”

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