What Better Place to Fish than the variety of hot spots on Tybee Island, GA?
There are great fishing spots all over our 3 mile island. You can catch many things from Bass to Trout to Sheepshead to Bream to Catfish. Just remember, be sure to have your fishing license on you at all times!
At the entrance of the Lazaretto Creek Bridge is a great pier that sits directly across from the shrimp boats that bring in all the delicious seafood our restaurants serve. The sunset is beautiful and there’s nothing quite like watching the dolphins jumping through the waves made by the shrimp boats as they come home from a days work.
The Back River Pier is also a great spot if your whole family wants to join in. The beach is right below for those lunch breaks and sand castles and for the sunbathers who aren’t quite so lure savvy!
At the end of Tybrisa, 16th street, is our main pavilion which extends over the shore line to another fishing pier where you are very likely to catch a nice size shark! Yes we said shark. There are the occasional “big catch of the day” sharks, but mostly the ones caught are small. However, if you accidentally catch a shark you must throw it back. You might even be lucky enough to catch a stingray, but please put those back too.
We are a very ec0-friendly community and pride ourselves on keeping our marine life safe. Visit City of Tybee to view all beach rules. For fishing regulations, please contact local fisheries Law Enforcement branch by phone at 912-727-2111.