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Old 12-06-2017, 07:43 AM
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Default Inshore to Snapper Banks report from Tybee

What a great time of fishing here lately. It's so much fun that on flat days, it's hard to pick what you want to do. Trout? Maybe bull reds? How about kings and seabass? Or perhaps some awesome bottom fishing in 100 ft of water? Take your pick because they have all been awesome.

Hope everyone stays safe while gearing up for Christmas. Any questions feel free to ask. I'm always up for talking fishing
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:47 AM
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Absolutely awesome!
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Old 12-06-2017, 11:59 AM
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beeeeyoouuutiful!!!!
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When was the last day you caught a king?
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Old 12-06-2017, 01:48 PM
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When was the last day you caught a king?
Yesterday
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Old 12-06-2017, 01:50 PM
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Thanks guys. It's been a lot of fun. Been a great fall.
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Old 12-06-2017, 06:15 PM
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Thanks for posting. I like to see someone is catching when I can't !
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It's been a good few weeks.
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Nice.. Any details about the Sharks teeth? We used to dig them out of a bank on Lake Eufaula just like those. Not looking for your spot.. Just a story.
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Nice.. Any details about the Sharks teeth? We used to dig them out of a bank on Lake Eufaula just like those. Not looking for your spot.. Just a story.
Sharks tooth island off Tybee. No secret at all. Go try it out it's awesome. Just walk around at low tide looking brother. You can also do some sifting.
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Sharks tooth island off Tybee. No secret at all. Go try it out it's awesome. Just walk around at low tide looking brother. You can also do some sifting.
Nice.. I've only been to the Ga coast once. Y'all's massive tides make me nervous.Spend all my free time in the Gulf. That being said. Awesome King and I'm jealous of the Triggers. They shut the Gulf's down for some reason. Keep up the good work.
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Old 12-07-2017, 06:23 AM
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Nice.. I've only been to the Ga coast once. Y'all's massive tides make me nervous.Spend all my free time in the Gulf. That being said. Awesome King and I'm jealous of the Triggers. They shut the Gulf's down for some reason. Keep up the good work.
The tides can be tricky. That's for sure. Ours is down to three per person. Who knows the reason. A lot of mis information is given to biologists from anglers who spend very little time on the water. When they're the only ones reporting, it's super hard to get accuarate information. I sat in my first meeting a few weeks ago and was told that kingfish don't stay around lime they use to and are farther out. I know that's not true but that's what's relorted
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Duuuuuude!!!! Awesome catches!!!!
Everything looks awesome except for all the sweatshirts!! Looks cold!!
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Your one bad dude. It was raining and cold in Tattnall Co. I was hoping that the weather would comply, and I could go out Sat. Probably have missed the fall run now with this cold moving in.
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Your one bad dude. It was raining and cold in Tattnall Co. I was hoping that the weather would comply, and I could go out Sat. Probably have missed the fall run now with this cold moving in.
I don't know about that . I think this cold snap might have an affect. The ones I caught at the towers this week were super small. I'm eager to see what this cold does to the water temperature. If there isn't a drastic drop and the food source doesn't move I think we may have some stragglers. I would imagine the towers and deeper water reefs will be the place to go in the next few weeks for the kings.
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Hope everyone stays safe while gearing up for Christmas. Any questions feel free to ask. I'm always up for talking fishing
Beyond awesome pics, thank you for sharing.

Going to take you up on the offer of talking "fishing". PM inbound.
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Beyond awesome pics, thank you for sharing.

Going to take you up on the offer of talking "fishing". PM inbound.
Keep getting after it. Time on the water is the best teacher
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