Brunswick is rich with backcountry honeyholes to explore in its vast salt marsh. It is also the nearest hub to the Golden Isles of Georgia, home to excellent nearshore and offshore fishing, and perfect for any southern beach getaway. Many types of fishing are popular in this region, including inshore light tackle fishing, fly fishing, and tarpon fishing. One of our guides will show you the best tactics and areas to target specific fish. Message your guide about what may be biting during your visit. Book a guided trip with an AnyCreek fishing guide today!
A large network of rivers and creeks surround Brunswick — flowing through the marsh and out into the Atlantic. This provides an ideal habitat for schools of redfish, speckled sea trout, jack crevalle, whiting, flounder, and much more. This region is known for its abundance of redfish in the fall, as thousands migrate inland to feed on the shrimp in shallower waters. Speckled sea trout migrate inland as well, and are a popular dish in the area. Both light tackle and fly fishing are common practices to catch trout and redfish in the waters of Brunswick, Georgia. Trips will usually include the chance to explore the estuaries and marshes between Brunswick and the Golden Isles, and trips can also be tailored by communicating your preferences with the captain via our message feature. Capt. Scott Owens is one of our select guides in these waters. You can also browse other top Brunswick fishing guides above.
Brunswick’s deeper offshore waters are home to many predatory fish that feed with the seasonal fluctuations of bait and water temperature off the coast. Kingfish, spanish mackerel, amberjack, tuna, and wahoo are just a few of the species attracted to feed in this area. Offshore charters typically involve a longer boat ride out to the fishing grounds, but the wait is well worth it.
When you’re off the water, historic downtown Brunswick is a great spot to eat, relax, and admire Victorian-era architecture. Rent a bike or walk the main strip and waterfront, or venture east towards the Atlantic for more natural landscapes. A short drive can place you within the Golden Isles - Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Little St. Simons Island, and Sea Island - which are popular coastal destinations with many outdoor activities to choose from. Hit the golf links, rent a jet ski, kayak through the marsh, or walk one of the many scenic beaches in the region.
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