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Amicks Deep Sea Fishing Savannah

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Amicks Deep Sea Fishing
P.O. Box 30978
Savannah
GA
31410
Tel: 912 897 6759

Directions

Directions: From I-95, take Highway 16 East to the end. Take Exit Martin Luther King Blvd. Turn Right. Turn Left on Victory Drive-You will be on Highway 80 East to Tybee Island. Cross Lazaretto Creek Bridge. Turn right just beyond bridge to Lazaretto Creek Marina. Boats are located behind Cafe Loco.

Where are we going today?

There are over 100 wrecks within 20 miles off the coast of Savannah and countless natural reefs in 50 to 70 feet of water. Bottom Fish for: Grouper, Black Sea Bass, Trigger Fish, Sea Bream, Sharks, Sheepshead, Jacks, Grunts. Trolling or live lining for: King Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel, Little Tunny, Jacks, Barracuda Inshore trout, red fish, flounder, whiting, spots, sharks and more
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    I have been with them a couple times in the past and loved it they know how to put you on the fish.
    To all the people giving bad reviews because they caught small fish or that trip was cancelled because of whether. You do realize that this is not going fishing in a Aquarium. the fish are wild and the ocean's temperament can change at any given time.

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    You won't find a more professional group of folks! They take their job and your safety seriously. If there are fish out there to be caught, Steve and Scott will take right to the spot.

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    Thanks for wasting my time, not calling me back and not leaving an out going message that stated you were full. PLEASE follow up with your customers, it is a poor business practice not to. Anglers beware; if they dont call you back, keep calling every 15 minutes and leave messages every time to see if there is availability.

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    Went out last week and again this week , caught plenty of fish including: Grouper, sea bass, king, trigger fish, red snapper, and plenty of huge amber jacks. Very professional and once we got our bait in the water we were catching fish. I would definitely go back with them again, and recommend them to anyone.The only tip i would provide is to bring a big enough cooler for your fish. As to the comment about only fileting the fish, considering how fast and reasonable it was to have all of the fish fileted, if you really want to keep the whole fish,...Read More

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    Called over a week in advance to book and was told that spots would be held, was called by someone who barely spoke English about 2 days before the day and told that we needed to call back or we would lose our spots. Showed up early as we were told to do only to wait about 45 min to launch. We were told that there is still a chance to cancel due to the weather but we would peak out past the beach to see if it was to rough. After a long and rocky boat ride with far too many people onboard we were told 2 hours from shore that our trip will be downed...Read More

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by William Hunter

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Went out last week and again this week , caught plenty of fish including: Grouper, sea bass, king, trigger fish, red snapper, and plenty of huge amber jacks. Very professional and once we got our bait in the water we were catching fish. I would definitely go back with them again, and recommend them to anyone.The only tip i would provide is to bring a big enough cooler for your fish. As to the comment about only fileting the fish, considering how fast and reasonable it was to have all of the fish fileted, if you really want to keep the whole fish, there is no one stopping you from taking your whole fish back with you. We also had 13 people fishing comfortably on the scat II

by Jonathan Surface

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Called over a week in advance to book and was told that spots would be held, was called by someone who barely spoke English about 2 days before the day and told that we needed to call back or we would lose our spots. Showed up early as we were told to do only to wait about 45 min to launch. We were told that there is still a chance to cancel due to the weather but we would peak out past the beach to see if it was to rough. After a long and rocky boat ride with far too many people onboard we were told 2 hours from shore that our trip will be downed to 6 hours not 8 ( meaning 2 hours of riding 1.5 of fishing and 2 hours back. instead of 3-4 hours of fishing). The only consolation was a whopping 20 bucks off. So lets do the math 8 hours for 120 or 6 for 100? 15/hour or 16.67/hour? looks like we got ripped off and feels like it too. On top of that the site and flyer shows huge grouper red snapper and amberjack, what did we catch? black sea bass, and small ones too. And the way the scat 2 was designed the first mate had to continually interrupt me and my wife (newly married and on honeymoon) while we were fishing to get past us ( not just once or twice but over 15 times) leading to frustration and missed fish. Lots of tangles due to lack of instruction and if the fish caught were larger we moved off the spot. We moved several times often in the middle of a nice bite and the capitan could not keep the boat still. I was told that the fish could only be fileted not gutted if cleaned by the crew even though the advertisement said dressed (so this means no whole grilled fish and lots of wasted meat). So if you are ok with small fish long rides and being very uncomfortable this is for you, if not go somewhere else.
The only good thing about the trip was that we actually caught something even if you can catch bigger fish in a freshwater pond. I have been on several party boats that offered a better experience this is by far the worst one I have ever been on.

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