Skippers Landing: Returning to the Marina Tips

Since we have a number of new boaters this season at Skippers, I thought it would be helpful to list review the process for launch and haul-out of your boat.

Bahia Bleu: Capt. Jack McGowan's Fishing Report

The bite this Spring has been pretty good! Most of the action has been sea trout. Atlantic sharp nose sharks have pushed in the sounds in large numbers to feed and reproduce. The sharp nose is a small shark. There are lots of sharp nose sharks in the 30 inch range. The whiting bite which was hot has slowed likely due to the abundance of sharks. There are top end black tip sharks in the sounds, but getting through the small sharks to a large black tip is another story. Ladyfish have dominated the sea trout bite, but as cold fronts push through, the sea trout action tends to heat up. The bite has been mostly sea trout and top end sharks followed by ladyfish and strong numbers of sharp nose sharks.

Bahia Bleu: Capt. Jack McGowan's Spring Fishing Report

More bait means more fish!

Conditions are warming up on the coast!  We are seeing more bait beginning to push in.  Some cold water sharks are still around.  The first sharks to arrive and last to leave in local waters are bonnetheads.  Bonnetheads are starting to show up.  Seatrout which up to late have been scarce are showing up as well!  Seatrout and blues can be seen crashing small bait fish!

Bahia Bleu: Jack McGowan's Winter Fishing Report

The Inshore bite has been a little up and down. Overall, the sheepshead has been good but as conditions changed with spring tide and the general movement of sheepshead from inshore to offshore the bite has stalled. Some inshore sheepshead have been caught on the lower tide stages as well with reports of limits of seatrout taken south of Savannah on soft plastics such as christmas tree curl tails and pink 1/4 oz. DOA shrimp.

Reserve Harbor: Winter Boat Maintenance Tips

Did you know that our Captains will be happy to talk to you today, and arrange for an inspection of the boat to assure proper engine performance, instrument function and boat handling and make any recommendations to keep your boat in pristine condition?  Yes again…. so call the marina today to set up your service program and enjoy the peace of mind of knowing your boat is ready to go when you are. 843-235-8262.

Kings Point: Gearing up for the Season

We have several new members this year, so now is a perfect time to review some helpful marina tips for a great start to the season.

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