Coastal Expeditions Fishing
Dolphin Tours Coastal Expeditions Jekyll Island Georgia
Coastal Expeditions Sightseeing Trips Jekyll Island Georgia

Ahoy there! Whether you're looking for an action-packed day of fishing, taking in a dolphin/sightseeing cruise or a combination of both, then you came to the right place! With years of experience on area waters, Coastal Expeditions is your charter company for making memories that will last a life time.

You'll enjoy fishing along Jekyll Island, Cumberland Island and St. Simons Island is great year round. Thousands of acres of salt marsh flats, miles of rivers and creeks, warm ocean waters, and an abundance of shrimp and baitfish make these waters some of the most productive fishing grounds anywhere. Nearshore and inshore fishing are all available. Speckled Sea Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Whiting, Spanish Mackerel, Shark and Tarpon are a few of the species that we target.

From beginners to advanced anglers, your satisfaction and enjoyment is our number one priority. Are you a family with children that have little or no experience fishing? No problem! We're known around Jekyll as the charter company that will ensure that you and the little swabs have a blast!

All trips are private charters, only your group or family onboard. Six-person maximum. Bait, tackle, fishing license and ice are provided. We'll even clean your fish should you decide to keep some for dinner. Trips depart Jekyll Harbor Marina daily.

Email or call Captain Moody at (912) 270-3526 for further information or to reserve one of the most memorable experiences you will have while visiting Jekyll Island.


Captain Eric Moody, U.S. Coast Guard licensed Charter Captain and a full time fishing guide for 10 years, is a native of coastal Georgia and has been a resident of Jekyll Island since 1995. Eric started fishing the waters of Georgia's barrier islands at a very early age with his father. "After years of fishing around Jekyll, I decided I wanted to take the next step and share the natural beauty of Jekyll with the many visitors to our island.

"I believe that to truly experience Jekyll Island and the surrounding ecosystems, viewing it from a boat is the way to go. After 10 years, I can still truly say I have the best job in the world. And taking kids fishing is the best part of that job. When I see the smile on their faces when they land their first saltwater fish, I feel like a kid again as well!"

Eric is also involved with the Jekyll Island community including hosting Shark Night at Fins on the Beach, blogs for the Jekyll Island website, a member of the Jekyll Island Lions Club and writing fishing articles for The Golden Islander, Jekyll's local newspaper.