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Bob Sikes Cut

St. George Island, FL
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Traveled right through it!

We've been here a few times. This time, we circled Little St. George Is. by boat and entered into... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Kathy C
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Atlanta, Georgia
A Cut is a Cut!

A cut is a cut! The water roars through here from the gulf to the bay and it is interesting to... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2017
Shortknocer
,
The Woodlands, Texas
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We've been here a few times. This time, we circled Little St. George Is. by boat and entered into the bay through Bob Sikes Cut. It's just pretty with the pristine Little St. George on one side and some pricey SGI houses on the other....More

Thank Kathy C
Reviewed 3 April 2017

A cut is a cut! The water roars through here from the gulf to the bay and it is interesting to view, but that is the beginning and the end of the story.

Thank Shortknocer
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Bob Sikes Cut divides St. George Island. Its easy to get to by boat or if you live on the Plantation (a private gated community). Otherwise its a long hike. The cut is a perfect place to fish for redfish, sheephead, and other surf fish....More

Thank ChicagoTrish_D
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

You can't get to the Cut from St. George Island. We tried, and got stopped at the entrance to a gated community (the only way to get to the Cut on St. George Island) and told that only residents or people accompanied by a real...More

1  Thank CultureHoppinMama
Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

Man made channel through the island accessible only by boat or through the Plantation (have to have house there to get in answering way to far to walk down beach). Great fishing hole for reds and trout! Don't know why this falls into a category...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 16 September 2016

We fished both sides of Sikes Cut on the Island Charters finishing trip and caught several types of fish. Would recommend going to this place if you are fishing

Thank dougheffner
Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

Walked down the beach to the cut and jetty. Ripping current. Tried tossing DOA jerk bait to no avail. Saw some boats drifting through, probably with live bait.

Thank CaneDoc
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Beautiful area to see while on boat trip to Little St. George Island to go shelling. Interesting wildlife can be seen and lot of fishing going on! Dolphins and beautiful houses everywhere too!

Thank TiftonTravelers
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

We learned the history of the cut this year but have gone through it several times on guided fishing fun trips with family. It's a really cool and scenic spot between St George Island and Little St George Island. It's never crowded probably because of...More

Thank SouthernBelles98
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

It was great . Will go back . We where taken out by Captain Richard and we had a 6 year old with us . Captain Richard hid a treasure box for him . It was great .

1  Thank Joey B
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robert735
why can't they have bus for a fee carry people to the cut that way plantation people could have extra money for their owners and be able to monitor or a boat to shuttle people to the cut?
14 September 2015|
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robert735
walk 5 miles on beach or get a boat to get there
10 August 2015|
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lorilynn53
I am visiting now. Can't figure out how to see this Bob Sykes Cut. I am a poor camper not on the Plantation. How do I get there? The last public beach stop looks like miles down the beach from the cut.
12 February 2015|
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