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Georgia Saltwater

By: Bo Harris

Catch More Fish Inshore Today!

Brother, You Need This Book!

Includes Textbook Tactics and Tips for Coastal Georgia and the Sea Islands. A Recreational Angling Field Guide for the Surf and Sound of Coastal Georgia.

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Not just a fishing book, but a field guide to the labyrinth of inshore creeks, rivers, sounds, bays and estuaries encompassing over 800 inshore miles of inshore coastal Georgia.

Learn new skills critical to targeting saltwater fish in the coastal peach state areas:

Located in the center of the South Atlantic Bight, coastal Georgia contains over 368,000 acres of salt marsh that provide essential nursery grounds for a diverse range of creatures including fish, shrimp, oysters, reptiles, birds and mammals. The fact is there are a vast many points of interest in coastal Georgia. One could spend a lifetime searching coastal Georgia and still continue to find something new every day. Local secrets are now unlocked for the Georgia Sea Islands by those who live and fish here.

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Experienced anglers will tell you that there are good times to fish and there are the BEST times to fish. The best fishing times can be related to: the amount of sunlight, to warming or cold trends, to depth at which fish are found, to stormy and tropical weather patterns, winds, and to coastal tidal flows when saltwater fishing. However, when to fish can also affect and be affected by where to fish. This book covers it all and then some!

This is a limited release in paperback only!

The Atlantic Oceans Golden Sea Islands of Georgia contain amazing maritime forest and marshlands. And within these barrier islands there are many natural resources as well as many dangers. Should we find ourselves stranded here while out fishing, coastal survival will be priority one. "Georgia Saltwater" contains the knowledge you need to make you a coastal survivor.

Everything you need to know about coastal Georgia. Slam packed full of detailed info! Not a bunch of picture pages and screen shots, but solid pages about what you love the most, fishing! You will get your money with this book!

This book describes in detail coastal Georgia from the Savannah River basin to the St. Marys River inlet and includes all the major sounds: Wassaw, Ossabaw, St. Catherines, Sapelo, Doboy, Altamaha, St. Simons, St. Andrew, Jekyll, Cumberland, and their tributaries, and many hidden locations along these waterways. The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) of the Georgia coast is described in great detail. Including the GPS coordinates of all public fishing piers and boat ramps east of Interstate 95.

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You might also be interested in my new Captains Log Book below if you are going for your USCG OUPV 6-PAK.

georgia-saltwater-fishing-inshore-coastal-islands-book Did you know that a USCG license is required in order to legally carry passengers for hire?
This includes charters for: • Fishing • Sightseeing • Diving • Transportation • Teaching • Eco-Tours etc...
i.e. any use which is considered a “passenger for hire” situation. Many maritime companies now require them for boat deliveries and marine transportation. These are all good reasons to maintain your own seafarers maritime log book.

How much documented "service on the water time" must you have to qualify for the different types of USCG licenses?
360 days for OUPV and 720 days for Master class, both of which require at least 90 days within the last 3 years.
This log book will help you document your sea time in an organized and compact form.

USCG Captains' License Information

OUPV INLAND (6 PAK) Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel
• A minimum of 360 days on the water experience from age 16 years to present is required.
• 90 of those 360 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a power or sail vessel over 16 feet in length.

OUPV NEAR COASTAL (6 PAK) Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel
• These requirements are the same as those for the Master Inland/OUPV Near Coastal Endorsement License.
• A minimum of 360 days on the water experience from age 16 years to present is required.
• 90 of those 360 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a power or sail vessel over 16 feet in length.
• 90 of those 360 days must be on waters outside the boundary lines established by the US Coast Guard.

MASTER INLAND (25, 50 OR 100 GROSS TONS)
• A minimum of 360 days on the water experience from age 16 years to present is required.
• 90 of those 360 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a power or sail vessel over 16 feet in length.

MASTER INLAND (25, 50 OR 100 GROSS TON) / OUPV ENDORSEMENT
• These requirements are the same as those of the OUPV Near Coastal License.
• A minimum of 360 days on the water experience from age 16 years to present is required.
• 90 of those 360 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a power or sail vessel over 16 feet in length.
• 90 of those 360 days must be on waters outside the boundary lines established by the US Coast Guard.

MASTER INLAND (25, 50 OR 100 GROSS TON) / MATE NEAR COASTAL ENDORSEMENT
• A minimum of 360 days on the water experience from age 16 years to present is required.
• 90 of those 360 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a power or sail vessel over 16 feet in length.
• 180 of those 360 days must be on waters outside the boundary lines established by the US Coast Guard.

MASTER NEAR COASTAL (25, 50 OR 100 TON)
• A minimum of 720 days on the water experience from age 16 to present is required.
• 90 of those 720 days must be within the most recent 3 years on a similar size vessel to the license you are applying for.
• 360 days of those 720 days must be on waters outside the boundary lines established by the US Coast Guard.

* You will also need a TWIC Card

How do I prove my time on the water to meet the US Coast Guard requirements?
Most recreational boaters do not maintain log books. As such, the Sea Service forms which are included in the USCG application package must be filled out by hand. This form consists of twelve boxes, one for each month of the year. Starting with the most recent year, you fill in the number of days you can best recall being on the water and then go backward in time to the age of 16 years old, or until the sea time requirements have been met. This time is then supported by proof of ownership of the vessel, if you are claiming time on your own boat. If you claim time on someone else's boat, then they must sign your sea service form. These are all good reasons to maintain your own log book. With this log book you can show the documented time of service on the water without having to guess or trying to recall past trips.