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Old 03-28-2018, 07:58 AM
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My kids want to do a camping/fishing trip this summer on the Ga coast. I don't have a boat so I'm assuming the fishing would be limited to beach and pier access. What are some good camping areas with good fishing access that you would recommend?
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Jekyll Island...camping is close to the pier and beach fishing can be amazing.
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We camped at Myrtle Beach state park, I know that's S.C. but no farther than most of these places, pay 5 bucks to fish there pier, that covers your license too.. my wife caught 7 8 different species a night, had a ball, she hooked about a 7ft shark also, there is also plenty to take the wife to do during the day
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