Virtually everywhere at Cabin Bluff, our history is present. You'll see a century of moments suspended in time through photographs of legendary industrialists and former presidents, as well as decades-old books and artifacts. Perhaps the most startling sight is a well-preserved 13-foot alligator mounted overhead in the lodge. It was shot by former Cabin Bluff owner, Alfred Jones, Sr., on his honeymoon in 1930.
To this day, Cabin Bluff retains a rough-hewn quality, yet has not relinquished its standing as a destination built upon simple elegance and attention to service and to enjoyment.
Cabin Bluff is one of the only destinations that offer world-class fishing, shooting, and hunting opportunities.
Fishing available year round.
Full service overnight accommodations; breakfast, lunch, and dinner; all beverages, including alcohol; all necessary gear for sporting endeavors.
Tidal saltmarsh and open ocean sight fishing.
Lodge is open year round with temperatures ranging from high 40's the low 90's depending on season.
Typical fishing trip at Cabin Bluff runs six hours:
The newly updated cabins feature a total of 20 private rooms with private baths. Our comfortable cabins reflect a rustic elegance well in character with Cabin Bluff’s history and natural surroundings. Each cabin offers satellite T.V. and Wi-Fi.
From home-style breakfasts and midday meals to marsh-side oyster roasts, the fare at Cabin Bluff is fresh and distinctly southern. You will find your plate filled with everything from hand-rubbed seasoned tenderloin, to some of the most decadent fried chicken you'll ever experience or an expertly grilled assortment of local fish. All meals are presented family style and included in guest pricing.
Spring / Summer: redfish, trout, triple tail, cobia, flounder, tarpon (late summer).
Fall / Winter: redfish, trout, tarpon (early fall).
Any personal gear guests wish to use. Cabin Bluff provides all appropriate tackle and gear needed.