What Our Customers Say

    5 out of 5 stars
    My sons and I had a great time today fishing with Captain Scott Owens. He runs a first class operation. The rods we used were high end rods along with a first class boat that was well stocked with every thing we needed. I had friends that had fished with Captain Owens before as he came highly recommended and they were so right since we caught many fish. read more Arnie Page
    5 out of 5 stars
    Had the chance to get out with Capt Rob and my wife and 2 daughters for a short afternoon trip this past month. My main concern was making sure my daughters enjoyed their first time out on the boat. Captain Rob was courteous and knowledgeable about the area and we had a great time catching all kinds of different fish. We have stayed at one of the resorts locally and I've always wanted to get out on the water but this was our first time I would highly recommend Captain Rob and can't wait to do this again. Thanks Captain Rob for a great time. John read more John Lawson
    5 out of 5 stars
    I have been fishing with Scott for 6 years or more . He always puts us on the fish as well as teach everyone on board what to do and how to be a better fisherman. My son caught his first tarpon at 10 years old, Scott took the time to show him how to fight that great fish as well as tag the tarpon at the end of the battle. Tarpon was the only fish I wanted to target until Scott talked me into redfish, jacks and triple tail, now I ask him what we should target because I love them all. My wife and I just returned from another great trip with my friend Scott (her first on the big pond) and she is hooked for life. Many tripletail came to the boat that day, and Scott taught her how to get them there. Thanks my friend, anyone who wants a quality fishing trip give Scott a call. I promise you will not be disappointed. read more David Reese
(March - May)

Spring is a time of transition in Coastal Georgia. As the days get longer and temperatures rise, abundant forage...
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(June - August)

Variety is the name of the game in the Golden Isles in the summertime. Early starts bring abundant speckled trout...
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(September - November)
Bull Redfish in Coastal Georgia

The fall season is without a doubt one of the best times to experience incredible action both inshore and nearshore...
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(December - February)

The winter months in the Golden Isles are often overlooked from a fishing standpoint, however this unique time of the...
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Southeastern Angling Coastal Georgia Fishing Charters

hpcontentimgWelcome to Southeastern Angling, Coastal Georgia’s premier light tackle and fly fishing chater service. Based out of Saint Simons Island, Southeastern Angling was formed when full time guides Captain Scott Owens and Captain Rob Aldridge got together and saw the need to provide a top notch professional fishing guide service here in the Golden Isles.

The Golden Isles consists of 4 Coastal Georgia islands, including St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, and Little St. Simons. Southeastern Angling specializes in inshore and near-shore light tackle and fly fishing charters. Providing high quality skiffs and bay boats from 16 to 24 feet, we have the perfect tools to chase a wide array of fish in our area and a lifetime of experience to find the bite.

Whether you are a seasoned fly angler, or a family seeking an enjoyable day on the water, Southeastern Angling offers trips catered to each individual need!

Coastal Georgia has more saltwater marsh than anywhere else in the country. This expansive marsh makes up for nearly 1/3 of all of the saltwater marsh in the United States, and with a large tidal range that floods inland upwards of 20 miles from the coast, experience and knowledge of the ecosystem is key to consistently catching fish.

Southeastern Angling has this experience and we offer our clients inshore, near shore, and offshore light tackle and fly fishing charters in the waters around our area. We fish the waters around Sea Island, Saint Simons Island, Jekyll Island, Little St. Simons Island, and several other locations around Cumberland, St. Mary’s, Amelia Island, and Sapelo that provide access to less pressured waters.

Our primary departure points are easy to reach on Jekyll Island, and out of St. Simons only 3 miles from Sea Island’s Cloister Hotel and less than 5 miles from the beach areas on the island.

img_3154 Holiday Inshore Update - The inshore bite the past couple of weeks has been very strong if not insane at times.  We have had a couple of days in ...

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