Georgia Fish Species
Fish Season Calendar
Guide's Targeted Fish Species In September
Common Georgia Fish Species Questions
What fish are only found in Georgia?
Georgia boasts unique fish species like the Shoal Bass and Altamaha Shiner that are exclusive to its waters. Embark on a fishing adventure with Lang Charters to discover these distinct species and other local treasures during inshore and backcountry fishing excursions in the picturesque St. Marys, GA area.
What is the most common fish in Georgia?
The Largemouth Bass is one of the most common and popular fish found in Georgia's waters, attracting anglers from all over. With Lang Charters, you can target this iconic species and many more during their exceptional fishing charters, making your Georgia fishing experience both exciting and rewarding.
How many fish are in Georgia?
Georgia's waters are teeming with a diverse range of fish species, numbering in the hundreds and offering ample opportunities for anglers of all levels. Join Lang Charters to explore this rich aquatic bounty through their specialized fishing charters in St. Marys, GA.
A Lang Charters LLC Fishing Charter targets the top Georgia Fish species including Southern Flounder, Crevalle Jack, Redfish, Blacktip Shark, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel, Sea Trout, Tarpon, Tripletail, Whiting. We primarily Fish the Beach Creek, Harrison Creek, Little Saint Marys River, Nassau Sound, Lower Sister Creek, Samples Creek, Rayonier Reach, Burton Creek, Amelia River, South Amelia River, Saint Marys River, Deese Creek, Horseshoe Creek, Saint Joseph Creek, Cuno Creek, Cumberland Sound, Gunnison Cut, Back River, Burrells Creek, Alligator Creek, Catfish Creek, Jolly River, Walker Creek, Sawpit Creek, Tiger Point, Bells River, Upper Sister Creek, Seaboard Reach, Garden Creek, Pumpkin Hill Creek, Old Town Reach, Christopher Creek, Cabbage Creek, Gardner Creek, Mill Branch, Egans Creek, Quarantine Reach, North River, Seymour Point, Thomas Creek, Tiger Creek, Kingsley Creek, Lumber Creek, Lanceford Creek, Jackson Creek, City Front Reach, Horsepen Creek, Nassau River, Sparkman Creek, Millers Branch, Soap Creek, Broward Creek, Cossiers Creek, Mills Creek.