Fishing License Required
Florida does require a state fishing license for fresh and saltwater. Get yours at www.myFWC.com/License or call
- Georgia Boys Fish Camp will help you in any way possible to catch fish and make your fishing experience the most enjoyable possible.
There are no strangers here - only friends we haven't met yet!
Our area fishing guides are extremely knowledgeable about the waters, tides, the fish, and different fishing techniques.
Here are our top 10 fishing tips:
- Hire a fishing guide. They know the right spots to catch fish.
- Use the right type of rod, reel, and line for the type of fish you are trying to catch. Our bait and tackle shop has the equipment that works in our area.
- Be sure to bring several different weight rod and reel combos. This will allow you to catch different species and sizes of fish.
- As weather fronts approach, fish will feed more often.
- Experiment with different lures and baits.
- Make sure your tackle is in good shape.
- Some fishermen swear pouring coffee on river water catches more fish.
- Commit yourself to learning as much as you can about one area. Instead of changing of locations constantly and not catching any fish, focus on one area and learn it well.
- Learn from the pros, watch their videos and read their articles. There's a reason why they are a pro.
What Can I Catch at Georgia Boys Fish Camp???
- all sorts of catfish
- speckled perch (black crappie)
- red fish
- red belly
- blue crab
- shrimp in season!
- Plus Many More!!
- Dunns Creek
- St. Johns River
- Crescent Lake
- Murphy Creek
- Salt Creek
- Cross Creek
- Seven Sisters Islands
- Rodman Reservoir