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    Miss Judy Charters
    http://www.missjudycharters.com
  • 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

    Fishing buddies, Dan DeYoung and his daughter Alli posing with another pretty dolphin.






    Jonah Martin Pooler, Georgia is holding a 28 inches spotted sea trout that he caught while using live shrimp as bait. Captain Garrett Ross of Miss Judy Charters showed him the catching way!



    While inshore fishing with Captain Garrett Ross of Miss Judy Charters Ollie Chestnut (age 5) visiting from England caught this nice spotted sea trout. While inshore fishing with his father, grandfather, and Uncle, Ollie made his grand debut. According to the fish catching story told Ollie caught 7 fish, which turned out to be about 6 more than anyone else. I asked Ollie, “What kind of fish did you catch?” Ollie answer was fast and quick: “BIG ONES!” And then what did I do? I shook his hand!



    Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters took Thomas Kraus and his son Nicholas (age 10) Charlotte, NC on a very interesting inshore catching trip! Captain Kevin is holding Nicholas just caught soon to be released shark!




    Nicholas Kraus (age 10) Charlotte, NC was inshore fishing with his father Thomas and Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters showed the father son duo the catching way! Nicholas caught this nice flounder, which put up quite a fight! However, Nicholas didn’t give up! And what did the father son have for dinner? Flounder and lots of it!




    Captain Stephen Thompson of Miss Judy Charters is holding up a nice triple tail! Exactly where did he catch this fish? Best answer is going to be in the mouth!!




    Captain Kevin Rose of Miss Judy Charters took Thomas Kraus and his son Nicholas (age 10) Charlotte, NC on a very interesting inshore catching trip! So what do you see? Nicholas is holding a very nice spotted sea trout, which hit live shrimp fished under a popping cork. And what do I see? One cool looking fisherman! I simply love the sunglasses! I bet this pair of sun glasses was custom made for the fisherman that is wearing them! Cool Hand fish catching Nicholas Kraus!







    Please meet Matthew Comune, Scott White, Sam Navy, Jack Comune, and Captain Matt Williams of Miss Judy Charters. When they got back to the dock, I opened the cooler and said, “Really!” And then they said, “We didn’t keep all of the fish that we caught!” This family fishing group had great inshore day fishing with Captain Matt Williams. So what’s on the fish cleaning table? Red fish, trout, and flounder! What would that be? A big darn Savannah Slam times three!




    Jake Adams, Charlotte, NC, Captain Tommy Williams of Miss Judy Charters and Jake’s son Stacy all have what we call “fish catching smiles!” And where’s the proof? On the fish cleaning table! What’s on the fish cleaning table? Larger fish are black drum, some really nice size spotted trout, and a couple of flounder.




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    Alli DeYoung, member of Miss Judy Charters fishing team, always seems to get her fish! On this day her and her father Dan were on cobia fact finding mission! As you can see mission accomplished!
    Spanish and King mackerel are holding in these areas. You might not see them, but they are there! Cobia you can see them, might not always get them to bite, but they are definitely there for sure! There is lot of action to be found on the bottom. However, most of the black fish caught are way too small to keep! But lot of fun to catch on light tackle.
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