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Surf Fishing Beaches
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Camden County, Georgia

 

 

 

 

 

Cumberland Island National Seashore Visitors Center and Mainland Ferry Station
visitor center on mainland at cumberland island 113 Saint Marys Street West
St Marys, GA 31558

1-877-860-6787
( Ferry service )

1-912-882-4336
( Cumberland Island National Seashore )

GPS 30° 43'13.44" N    81° 33'00.01" W
Visitor Center on Mainland in St Mary's Georgia

NOAA

Cumberland Island is 17 miles in length. Surf fishing on the beaches, a Georgia fishing license is required. The ferry does not take pets, kayaks, bicycles or cars.

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Useful Links

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Regulations Safe Handling of Self Caught Seafood
Videos of Fishing Knots Seafood Recipes
Fish Species of Atlantic 

Public Beaches in Camden County, Georgia
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Areas in Camden County, Georgia include; Colesburg, Halifax, Harrietts Bluff, Hickory Bluff, Kings Bay Submarine Base, Kinlaw, Scotchville, Seals, St Marys, Woodbine, White Oak and Waverly.
Bodies of brackish and saltwater in Camden County, Georgia include; Atalntic Ocean, Bailys Cut, Bearskull Creek, Black Point River, Brickhill River, Brockington Creek, Brokehook Creek, Burrells Creek, Catfish Creek, Crooked River, Cumberland River, Cumberland Sound, Dark Entry Creek, Deep Creek, Delaroche Creek, Denver Cut, Dover Creek, Floyd Creek, Gowrie Creek, Gum Branch, Hawkins Creek, Heads Creek, Honey Creek, Kings Bay, Kirby Creek, Little Satilla River, Maiden Creek, Malknitooh Creek, Marianna Creek, Mill Creek, Millers Branch, Mud Creek, Mumford Creek, North River, Noyles Cut, Point Peter Creek, Sadlers Creek, Saint Andrews Sound, Saras Landing Creek, Satilla River, Shelbine Creek, Shell Creek, Sweeney Creek, Todd Creek, Umbrella Creek, Waverly Creek and White Oak Creek,

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