If you have planned a trip to a watery destination you may do well to rent your fishing equipment when you are on vacation.
Author Archive: Captain Jim Wormhoudt
Fernandina Fishing reports included news of a 62 pound cobia that was caught at the south St. Marys jetties.
A fishing holiday was in order for my old buddy visiting from Indiana. We hadn’t fished the waters of Lofton creek together in years.
Now is the time to book a summer fishing trip as the action is red hot near Amelia Island, Florida.
Amelia Island offers a variety of offshore fishing! Light and variable are two of my favorite terms in relation to wind conditions.
Why aren’t bag limits reduced instead of shutting down a fishery and forcing us to buy imported and farm raised fish?
Take the Kids fishing to encounter and embrace nature up close creating memories for a lifetime – you may even boat a sailfish!
This trout excursion near Amelia Island netted 35 fish over four pounds and fed everybody dinner where I was then employed.
Autumn fishing near Amelia Island causes shouts of joy as keeper size fish were swung over the rail and either released or iced down.
A classic autumn Amelia Island fishing scenario: change in the weather often will create a feeding frenzy for fish and lots of action for anglers.
Doormat flounder are out there waiting for you to drift a bait over their strike zone, a favorite fish for catching and for table-fare.
The waters of Fernandina Beach have seen some hot shark fishing everywhere! Inshore, offshore and at the jetties, too!
A 32 inch, 18 pound Grey Grouper is a trophy of a fish when caught within 12 miles of shore.
There were a lot of bent rods aboard the boat, but we lost tackle and time catching Sharks over the nearshore reefs.
It is time for some cobia fishing around Amelia Island. I gaffed the big fish and stuffed him into the fishbox.