Southern Salinity® specializes in Tripletail sight-fishing at Apalachicola & St. George Island waters during traditional seasonal months of April - October.

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Boat Tours

Just need a day trip out? Then bring your picnic on this one because you will want to jump off the boat and enjoy beach and coastal hiking in the marshes and forests.

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Come enjoy an evening on the water with family and friends. Take home memories and photos you will cherish forever.

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Southern Salinity Guide Service – Apalachicola Fishing Charters

St. George Island & Apalachicola Fishing & Boating Adventures

The Outdoor Lifestyle Experience

Our “Forgotten Coast” fishing charter & boat tour packages allow you to explore unseen destinations that you will remember for the rest of your life.

Southern Salinity® is founded on Captain Jeremy Davidson‘s deep love for fishing, adventure, and nature photography at St. George Island & Apalachicola, Florida.

A passion driven by capturing the ultimate marine beauty and bounty with routine steps into what nature freely gives.

Our fishing charters & boat tours package your desires to explore unseen destinations, making them memorable for a lifetime.

We take pride in the details, whether you are catching a Reel Big Fish or taking your photography to the next level of epic. We invite you to come experience what our family is so blessed to call home.


The Forgotten Coast of Florida waterways are where the Historic Apalachicola River collides with the peaceful St. George Island State Park, the wild St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, and the secluded Cape St. George Island State Reserve.

You won’t forget that you’ve been to this place and will want to shout about it to others who are seeking unforgettable adventure’s fishing, shelling, dolphin watching, and relaxing sunset cruising.


The Apalachicola River and Bay is the beating heart of our local oyster, shrimp, and fishing industries.

All of the plant, bird, and animal life thrive in these vast salt marshes.

This unique estuary is surrounded by barrier islands (St. George, St. Vincent and Dog Island) completing the watershed with sand bars, mud flats, oyster bars and rock gardens.

The Apalachicola’s complexity is the central part of sacred culture and way of life enjoyed by all outdoor enthusiasts!