Fall Fishing action on Addictive Fishing TV
The fall fishing season is without a doubt one of the best times to experience incredible action both inshore and nearshore in coastal Georgia. During this season we will see the best speckled trout fishing of the year with abundant quality fish around. As the mullet pour through our estuaries and the water temperatures fall, trout are widely available in various habitats.
In addition, inshore fishing for redfish, black drum, and big flounder is also very consistent. Early morning topwater fishing for trout and redfish is an experience the angler won’t soon forget.
Nearshore the tarpon taper off during September, but the Bull Redfish move in to the channels and sandbars and provide excellent opportunities for anglers. These fish are here to spawn, and we are very careful to release them with as little stress as possible. 40 plus inch fish are the norm with multiple hookups common making Bull Reds a popular target in the Golden Isles.