Everything You Need to Know About Georgia Fishing

Fishing in the Peach State

Georgia is known for inventing Coca-Cola and being the country’s number one producer of pecans and peanut, but a lot of people don’t realize that it’s also an excellent state for fishing. An extensive river system feeds many lakes and reservoirs across the state creating excellent freshwater fishing opportunities. There’s also plenty of access to the Atlantic along 110 miles of coastline dotted with 15 barrier islands and is truly a world class saltwater fishing spot. With so much water and habitat there is a huge assortment of gamefish to choose from. From trout fishing in mountain streams to trolling the Gulf Stream offshore, there’s a mixed bag of fish waiting for you.

Fishing Georgia’s Coasts

Georgia Inshore Fishing

The inshore waters of Georgia’s coasts are an exceptional year round fishery. With 15 barrier islands, miles of marsh, and one of the largest ecological estuaries in the South, there is plenty of habitat for inshore fish like redfish, speckled trout, and more to thrive.

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