Fishing Maps and Info
UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant offer a series of five fishing maps to guide recreational saltwater anglers along Georgia’s coast.
How can I get a fishing map?
Maps may be picked up for free at the UGA Marine Extension Brunswick Station and the UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium in Savannah. They can also be mailed for a nominal fee.
These coastal fishing maps are intended to provide the best information available on when, where and how to catch fish. They also include information on fishing sites, camps and marinas.
The five maps are available by counties:
Maps are free and available at the UGA Marine Extension Brunswick Station Monday through Friday, from 9 am until 5 pm and at the UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium on Skidaway Island , Monday through Friday, from 9 am until 5 pm. This excludes state holidays.
Maps may also be mailed:
- Maximum of 1 set or 5 maps (Chatham, Bryan/Liberty, McIntosh, Glynn and Camden) per person
- Please provide a postage paid, self-addressed large envelope (UGA Brunswick Station, 715 Bay Street, Brunswick, GA 31520)
Current postage rates depend on number of maps desired:
- 1 map – $1.32 2.7 oz
- 2 maps – $1.72 4.6 oz
- 3 maps – $2.12 6.5 oz
- 4 maps – $2.52 8.3 oz
- 5 maps – $2.92 10.2 oz
Sport fish caught in Georgia are generally of good quality and are safe to eat. To find out exactly which fish are safe to eat in specific Georgia regions, check the “Guidelines for Eating Fish” section of the current Georgia Sport Fishing Regulations. Local fishing advisories help people enjoy healthy seafood while avoiding risks.