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3 AMAZING CHARTERED FISHING TRIPS TO TAKE NEAR BRUNSWICK

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Ahh, it’s summer on the Georgia coast and what better way to spend sun-drenched days than by being out on the water? Here are some chartered fishing trips in and around the Jekyll Island area that you’ve got to check out this summer.

Shrimpin’ Excursions On the Lady Jane

Hop on board a United States Coast Guard-certified passenger vessel and be immersed in the world of marine biology. Learn all about the abundant local sea life as you safely tread the Marshes of Glynn County on a once-commercial steel hull shrimping trawler. This waterway adventure takes you through a catch-and-release educational experience, sending the marine life back on their way, unharmed. To book this super-cool, science-centric excursion, click here.

Boat Through St. Simons Island, Sea Island & Jekyll Island Waterways

Make your St. Simons fishing adventure a memorable one with a ride along the Georgia Fishing Company fishing charter. Whether you’re a pro, a beginner, or curious about the fish-catching techniques, hop on board and head into the bright blue waters along the Georgia coast – you won’t regret it. To book your trip, give them a call at (912) 617-5577.

Georgia Saltwater Adventures

Specializing in inshore and offshore charters, Georgia Saltwater Adventures is here for a good time along the St. Simons Island. Spend anywhere from four to eight hours along the coastal Georgia waters reeling in your catch of the day. On this fishing charter, count on your mates to give you all the tips and tricks and even clean your fish for you! Ready to book this epic saltwater adventure? Give them a call today at (912) 483-3500 to learn about their charter schedule.

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