Captain Eric Moody
Coastal Expeditions Charter Fishing and Dolphin Cruises
Jekyll Island, Georgia
Whether you’re looking for an action-packed day of fishing, taking in a dolphin or sightseeing cruise or a combination of all three, 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. Fishing along Jekyll Island, Cumberland Island and St. Simons Island can be great year round with summer and fall definitley the best. 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. Speckled Sea Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Whiting, Tripletail , Shark and Tarpon are a few of the species that we target depending on the season.
Fun for the whole family!
Whether its your first time saltwater fishing or you’re a seasoned angler, your enjoyment, satisfaction and safety is our #1 priority.
The 4 hour trip is $450 for 1-4 people, $50 each addition person. 6 person max. Shorter trips available as well.
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.
View the waters surrounding Jekyll as we cruise along viewing wild dolphins, sea turtles, wading birds and diving pelicans working hard for a meal. Finishing the trip, we cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway for a view of the Jekyll Island Club and Historic District. Sunset cruises also available. Dog friendly as well!
90 minute tour is $200 with a max of 6 persons.
This trip includes everything in the shorter trip, but with the added bonus of making our way to Little Cumberland and Cumberland Island just to the south of Jekyll. (weather permitting) Here you’ll get a chance to view the famous wild horses as they walk along the beach and feed in the marsh. View the lighthouse on Little Cumberland and learn some interesting facts about these sparsely populated islands. It’s recommended you bring a small cooler with drinks and snacks on this trip.
This roughly 2 and a half hour trip is $350 for 1-4 people and $25 each addition person. Also a max of 6 passengers.