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Charter Fish Georgia

I’m Capt. TJ Cheek and I am a full time fishing guide serving St. Simons Island, Sea Island, and Jekyll Island Georgia. I hope that you will find my website to be informative while you are gathering information about your fishing charter in the Golden Isles.

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The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort

Originally designed by renowned architect Joe Lee, the King and Prince Golf Course’s signature is the group of four spectacular holes gently carved from small coastal marsh islands and accessed by 800-feet of elevated cart bridges.

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St. Simons Lighthouse Museum

St. Simons Island Lighthouse, Keeper’s Dwelling Museum and Maritime Museum at the Historic Coast Guard Station. Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday 1:30-5 p.m. Last climb 4:30 p.m. The Maritime Museum closes from 12-1 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Fees to all Museums, Galleries and Exhibits, Lighthouse and Watch tower. $8 for Adults, $4 for Ages 6-11. No admission […]

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Wheel Fun Rentals

Unique bikes & way more… Welcome to Wheel Fun Rentals, home of the nation’s premier recreational rental outlets. Look for us in leisure time and tourist destinations, in parks, at beaches, in hotels and resorts, anywhere families come together to have fun.

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Voluntary Evacuations issued for St. Simons, Jekyll Island Due to Hurricane Matthew

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and the Glynn County Board of Commissioners issued a State of Emergency for Glynn County and 12 surrounding counties due to the projected path of Hurricane Matthew. Voluntary evacuations have been issued by officials for St. Simons, Jekyll Island, Sea Island and Little St. Simons Island. The storm is expected to […]

St. Simons Island named one of the “10 Most Beautiful US Towns to Visit in the Fall”

St. Simons Island named one of the “10 Most Beautiful US Towns to Visit in the Fall”

St. Simons Island has made its way onto The Huffington Post’s “10 Most Beautiful US Towns to Visit in the Fall.” It’s the only southern city that made that list, which also includes Avalon, California, Port Townsend, Washington, Hood River, Oregon, Vail, Colorado, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Newport, Rhode Island, Beacon and Woodstock, New York and Stowe, […]

Seniors Travel To Georgia’s Coast

By Jim Becker! Seniors Drawn To St. Simons Island! St. Simons Island was recently named one of the “Most Romantic” places to visit in the country. St. Simons Island, the seat of Glynn County, is the largest of the four barrier islands in Georgia’s Golden Isles. The Island offers senior visitors a variety of outdoor […]

Salt Marsh Transformation!

Salt Marsh Transformation!

Surrounded by a mostly evergreen maritime forest, the salt marsh reveals the arrival of spring in very subtle ways. As each day gets longer and warmer, we witness a transformation in both the plants and animals that fill the salt marsh eco-system. Looking across the broad expanse of marsh, the low lying field of grey-brown […]

The Design of a Golf Club

Recreational golfers spend endless hours trying to get their club into the right position at impact. They read in instructional magazines and are told by teaching professionals that their swing plane is off, that they are swinging inside to out or outside to in, that they are guilty of a myriad of other actions that […]

Island Treasures!

Island Treasures!

The Jekyll Island Authority (JIA) hosts “Island Treasures on Jekyll Island,” a unique treasure hunting experience on Georgia’s most popular public beach. The treasures are hand-crafted glass floats, called Island Treasures. The glass floats have been sought after by Jekyll Island guests since 2002. Each is unique and stamped with the year to be a […]

History of the St. Simons Lighthouse

History of the St. Simons Lighthouse

The First Lighthouse (1810) On October 17, 1804, John Couper, a plantation owner on St. Simons Island, deeded four acres of his land, known as “Couper’s Point,” at the south end of the island for one dollar to the Federal government for the construction of a lighthouse. James Gould of Massachusetts was hired in 1807 […]

Vidalia Onion History

Vidalia Onion History

Here is the story of how the original sweet onion was developed in America beginning in the 1930’s until today: What is now a deeply-entrenched summer tradition started out as a fluke. During the tough days of the Great Depression, farmers had high hopes of a new cash crop. These hard-working men had grown everything […]

Dining with Kids

Dining with Kids

Adults want a delicious, relaxing meal and kids just want to have fun. With hundreds of restaurants catering to every taste and budget, nearly all of St. Simons Island’s eateries offer children’s menus, as well as some form of family-friendly entertainment. Make vacation mealtimes memorable for the food and ambiance – rather than monumental meltdowns […]

Marrying Consistent Length with Reliable Distance

Marrying Consistent Length with Reliable Distance

It’s a dilemma all golfers face: How can I improve my accuracy without sacrificing distance, and vice versa? Marrying consistent length with reliable distance requires awareness of four specific principles and the willingness to execute them ruthlessly. Hitting the Sweet Spot A golf club has a specific area on its surface referred to as the […]

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