Salt River

Camden - Georgia


  • 26 catches

  • 53 followers

  • 12 spots

Small tidal creek, part of Salt River is man made. It is fed by Jones Creek, Laural View River, and the Medway River from St Catherines Sound on the ICW. The Medway River also feeds other Saltwater streams, Demeries Creek, Trivoli River, Belfast River, Je...

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Salt River Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Just about to go home and 2 am is around the corner…. BAM as dead as dead low tide can be… water stopped flowing…. All hope is lost and my line goes 0 to 100 real ...more quick

    4 lb. 6 oz. 23 in. Speckled with a finger mullet

  2. fishing with a popping cork

    3 lb. 6 oz. 18 in. sea trout with a live shrimp

  3. Details: George Crady Bridge

  4. Southern Flounder with a mud

  5. Details: Largemouth Bass

    It was 10 am and I was trying a new bait and got a 3 pounder

  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Black/blue jig with chigger craw

  7. I caught this surprisingly on a wacky rig I was really surprised because of the water temps

  8. Details: Largemouth Bass with a craw

    Nice one I caught

  9. Details: White Crappie with a storm wild eye swim shad

    Use an ultra light rod and drag swim shads around the docks

    1. ChasinTails904 0
      Black crappie you can tell because white crappie have verticle stripes black crappie have splotted spots everywhere
    2. Sean Wilms 0
      hey man thats a black crappie, 7-8 spines on the dorsal fin proves that
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