When you vacation on St. George Island, you’ll want to take full advantage of our warm waters. Whether you want to sunbathe with your toes in the surf, rent a kayak, go boating, or just like to splash around, the beach tends to be a place that everyone cherishes. The Florida Gulf Coast is one of the best shorelines you can visit and boasts some of the best fishing you’ve ever experienced. Check out these St. George Island fishing spots during your next vacation!
These amazing St. George Island fishing spots are only the beginning of what our area has to offer. To find more fun activities in St. George Island, head to our Things to Do page. We created a list of our favorite businesses and activities to save you from hours of research! It’s a great way to find out about all the best places to eat and unique local attractions the whole family will enjoy. Full of the information you need, it includes fun outdoor activities, shopping venues, specal events, and more! It’s the perfect way to begin planning the vacation of a lifetime.
3 of the Best St. George Island Fishing Spots
St. George Island Fishing Pier
The St. George Island fishing pier is an amazing place for expert and novice anglers alike. It juts out 600 feet into the water, giving you plenty of room to spread out. Plus, it’s a gorgeous place to enjoy during sunset! You can catch fish year round off SGI, but May starts the season of shore and pier fishing each year. Cast your line and catch fish like Florida pompano, black drum, Spanish mackerel, and more.
St. George Island Shore
One of the most popular St. George Island fishing spots is right from the shore! Anywhere along the island’s miles of beautiful beaches is open to anglers, and you can even cast your line right in front of your beach house if you choose an oceanfront property from Collins Vacation Rentals. When you try surf fishing, you’ll love the convenience of stepping right outside your rental and setting up your fishing pole.
St. George Island State Park
St. George Island State Park is a great place for surf fishing. Bring your rod, line, and bait, then cast out into the gorgeous Apalachicola Bay. Pull in flounder, redfish, sea trout, pompano, whiting, Spanish mackerel and more when you fish from the shores of the park. You can also use a boat to do some fishing further out into deeper waters!
Cook Your Catch in Your Collins Vacation Rental
After you’ve enjoyed one of these St. George Island fishing spots, come back and relax at one of our Collins Vacation Homes. With more than 200 homes located throughout the island, we are sure we have the perfect one for you! If fishing is one of the main activities you’d like to enjoy during your vacation, consider a beachfront home. There’s nothing better than being able to step right outside your door and be right on the beach! Plus, you’ll love having access to a kitchen to prepare the day’s catch.