Full fishing on Amelia Island

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The backwater is great for Red fish  on light tackle. The Jack Carville are running with the mullet run. The trout are moving in the rivers with the cooler water temperature and are biting jigs and doing well on the fly rod too.

Jetty the Bull reds are still chewing and are awesome on light tackle. The sheepsheads are coming in the rivers and at the jetty’s too.

Offshore the bottom fishing is great when the weather lets you go, the Seabass are in on the near shore reefs and the grouper are too. Lots of snapper around but you have to release them. We have half days available for the up coming holidays so call or email today to book your fishing Trip.

Quit Wishin Let’s go Fishin!!!

Fall fishing on Amelia Island

The back water fishing is at its best this time of the year!! We are fishing light tackle and fly fishing for red bass and the trout are chewing. The puppy drum are great fighting fish and can be caught are docks and rock piles. We are still catching some flounder as well!!
The offshore fishing is great if the weather will let you go there. The grouper and sea bass will be fired up and the sea bass is my favorite fish to eat. The trigger fish are biting too. You will catch lots of red snapper but you must release them for it is closed season. so Quit Wishiin Let’s go Fishin!!!20141108_102452

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Offshore fishing in Feb on Amelia Island

Offshore fishing this weekend was fired up. Fishing with Tommy and family was a blast. We started out on the jetties for reds and sheepshead and it was slow so we headed for the near shore reefs. The first stop the seabas where fired up like this one Edward is holding 16 inches caught on 15lbs tackle. We headed to another spot and we caught some nice sheepshead like this one Tommy is holding. We caught silver snapper that Charlie is holding. The snapper where chewing like crazy and they were anywhere from 4 inches to 16 inches. We fished the whole trip with light tackle 15lbs powerpro Penn spinner reels and HMG Fenwick rods. The tally for the day 6 sheepshead up to 9lbs, 100 seabass, 20 snapper, and 12 keeper ring tail snapper and one silver snapper. Thanks Tommy Travis and I had great time fishing with you all.20130218_103136 20130218_120933 20130218_124042 20130218_132524 20130218_135300