Georgia Saltwater Fishing Reports

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report – December 2022

By GON Staff | November 28, 2022

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. Judy Helmey, of Miss Judy Charters, reports, “During December, all fish from spotted seatrout to flounder to redfish are doing what they do best, and that’s bulking up for those unpredictable but fast-on-the-way, cold-weather patterns. Normally the inshore bite will turn on big time when there is an approaching cold front. The fish usually feed hard 18 to 24 hours before the big weather change. The best natural bait is going to be live shrimp, and the best artificial baits are those that imitate them. Live shrimp will work under popping or traditional adjustable corks or just plain naked. Most spotted seatrout, redfish…

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