Meet Captain TJ Cheek

Welcome to the Georgia coast! I'm a Georgia native born in the Golden Isles. I come from a long line of watermen and I want to share my love and knowledge of fishing Georgia waters with you. Whether you want a guide that will go to the ends of the earth to get you on the fish or someone that will slow down and teach your kids about fish, I want to be your guide. Weather, tides, seasons, and patterns change. Fish can be unpredictable. What doesn't change is my effort. I look forward to fishing with you!

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  • whiting fishing georgiaCan’t Wait to Start the Season!
    So I’m writing this on the last day of February and it feels like May outside with sunny skies and a nice 80 degree temp. March should kick off our season when the first spring breakers arrive and I can’t wait to get back at it. During the Spring I run a lot of Kids Trips and we have a blast but in most years its not quite warm enough at this point of the season to catch very many sharks. Well this year we are already catching bonnet heads and there have even been some baby sand tiger sharks out there! Between that and some days catching over 100 Whiting, your kids can have a pretty good time. One downside to this season is that Cobia will be off limits as well as red snapper. You can blame the feds once again. Most of you probably don’t know that I am also the Southeast Director of the RFA and I’m working every day to try to get the Department of Commerce to take emergency action to stop this closure. We can only hope. Also with the warm water that we have already, I’m expecting an early Triple Tail arrival and it wouldn’t surprise me to see one right now. You’ll usually start to see them in late March but as warm as it is it won’t …
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