• Savannah Genuine Snapper Banks

    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 Genuine Snapper Banks

    It is time to go, because now we know we got all kinds of fish! Stephen Thompson and Alli showing the beautiful color of their catch.

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    Gulf Stream Update
    By Alli DeYoung


    At last, one of my favorite times of year here, Gulf Stream time. We left Saturday at 3:00 in the morning. Good sea going out and lines were in the water by 7:30am. We found one major weed line that we worked, but only pulled out a few fish. Later we came across a few smaller weed lines, but still did not get many fish. Today the weed lines brought trouble. Although they had major grass mats in the middle, either side brought large amounts of scattered weeds that was almost impossible to avoid. We had enough of fight the weeds so we took off to an area with very little surface structure or bottom activity and was able to pick off several big bulls and a few large cows. Our total for the day was nineteen dolphins in the box.


    With such a nice day on Saturday, we decided to turn and burn and go back out on Sunday. Lines were in the water by 8am and we began working a fairly desolate area and was able to get a few picked off right away. A bit later we found a beautiful rip and weed line; one side provided a large amount of weeds and the other was a large concentration of white caps and bubbling action. The bite fired off about fifteen minutes, but as quick as the bite started, it stopped. We noticed the rip line dissipated, there were fewer white caps, and the weeds became scattered. The rest of the day we worked some other weed lines and finished the day with nine dolphins. Both days, the dolphin were more active than normal. They frequently jumped, ran hard, and hit baits with a large amount of bubbling action.

    Unfortunately, we are very near the end of jour chance to fish the stream, but luckily, King Mackerel, Cobia, and bottom species are only beginning to fire off.
    Alli DeYoung “contributing Editor” to Captain Judy fishing report is BACK! What does this mean? School is out and Alli is doing one of her favorite things, which is fishing and writing about it! Good for her and great for us!



    Alli and Preston Andrews showing off an awesome bull dolphin



    Ty Cobb showing off a nice size lady!


    Freshies Report!



    Swirley Bird King! Bill Vanderford has won numerous awards for his writing and photography, and has been inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a Legendary Guide. He can be reached at 770-289-1543, at JFish51@aol.com, or at his web site: www.georgiafishing.com Bill sent me this beautiful picture!





    Photo by Bill Vanderford
    A pair of white ibis!
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