Fishing Savannah

 

Johnny b getting it done on a windy windy day
Johnny b getting it done on a windy windy day

david 3 david ben david2

he's coming
he’s coming
smack top water
smack top water
gotcha  love the 2 other fish fleeing
gotcha love the 2 other fish fleeing
come to daddy
come to daddy

red 2013 scott r 2 scott r 3 scott r 4 scott r2

felton with a purdy one
felton with a purdy one

felt dectrout 2013 2 trout 2013jd 1 jd 3 jd2

 

I love some deep winter fishing,  the water is clear not as many folks on the water and the fish are hungry.  What’s best of all Pickney Island is surrounded with big schools of fish. I have been really diggin the trout bite,  working DOA’s slow and deep have been producing some nice specks.  Any chance I get to go trout fishing with a customer I get jacked. Seems most boats these days are after reds at low water.  Head out on the high tide and trout fish and no problem with boats and your catching not chasing fish.

 

Fishing Savannah, Ga.

tommy 4 tommy right sizetommy 1red top mouth red mouth 2

 

Fishing Savannah

Long time fly fishing extortioner Tommy Davis hit me up the other day for a chance at busting some reds on fly, and that we did.  First couple of flats proved to tough one had no fish the other plenty of fish but bad wind, the third stop was a charm.  We commenced to hurting some reds pride.  Kinda lost count on how many we caught.  Tommy was busting them on fly and I was tossing a top water and smacking them as well.  I love just to watch the fish bust the top, so I took the hooks off after a couple of fish, and watched them smack the hell out of the lure while Tommy let them have it on fly.  At one point I told Tommy to cast to my lure when the fish were busting it, with no hooks I would stop working the lure and Tommy  cast the fly would catch them.  What a great evening, the next days forecast was 20 plus north east so we took advantage of the beautiful weather to say the least.