1. Enjoy Fishing On 27ft "Salt Lick" Sport Fisherman Yacht In Jekyll Island, Georgia
  2. Enjoy Fishing On 27ft "Salt Lick" Sport Fisherman Yacht In Jekyll Island, Georgia

Enjoy Fishing On 27ft "Salt Lick" Sport Fisherman Yacht In Jekyll Island, Georgia

Enjoy a memorable fishing trip in Jekyll Island, Georgia aboard 27 foot "Salt Lick" Sport Fisherman Vessel can accommodate up to 4 people. Rate as low as $108 per hour (minimum of 4 hours). Rates: • 4 hour trip: $430 • 6 hour trip: $650 • 8 hour trip: $825 Customized trips can be arranged. What You Can Expect: Experience the offshore waters of St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island and Cumberland Island with Captain Bill Weeks. 6-8 hour trips are preferred as the run time to fishing waters take some time and we want to have the most time with lines in the water that we can get. In addition to off shore fishing, sightseeing and dolphin tours can be arranged and customized to the group and their interests. These inshore trips can accommodate 4 people. What To Expect Onboard: The 27 feet "Salt Lick" Sport Fisherman Yacht can accommodate up to 4 people.

Captain is not included.
This vessel is rented without a captain. Customers can operate the vessel.
Capacity
3 guests
Fishing
Sport Fisherman
Bill

Owner:Bill

Features & Details

Length
27ft
Year
2001

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Frequently Asked Question What should I pack for my time on the water? Bring some sunscreen, perhaps a hat, sunglasses, camera, small cooler, drinks and any snacks you may want to bring. Depending on the time of year you may also want to pack a sweatshirt. The vessel will supply any life jackets you may need. Do I need to bring fishing tackle and bait? What about a fishing license? All your fishing tackle, bait and your license are supplied by the Captain and that cost included in the price of the trip. Of course if you have you own personal pole or rigs you are welcome to bring them along. Can I customize a trip? Visitors are welcome to combine fishing fun with dolphin watching, history cruises or just exploring some of the inshore rivers. Tell us what your priorities are and we can make it happen. What kind of fish will I catch? It will be up to you to let us know what your “target” may be. Depending on the time of year, water temperature and sea conditions, a variety of species frequent our coastal waters. Also, some are caught by stationary bottom fishing while others lend themselves to slow to moderate trolling speeds. Generally the primary catch seasons are as follows: • Tarpon: July, August & Early September • King/Spanish/Mackerel: May, June & Early July • Cobia: May & June • Barracuda: May - September • Amberjack: May - September • Bottom Species: May - October Can I keep the fish I catch? Absolutely! But keep in mind that federal and state laws regulate the sizes and number of fish you can keep. We would be pleased to clean and package them for you upon return to the dock. What if I have to use the restroom while we are out on the water? The boat features an enclosed small toilet (or head in mariner language) in the cuddy cabin below deck. While not extremely roomy, it does provide the appropriate privacy.