The fishing in and around Amelia Island these past few months has to be timed around the wind that just will not stop blowing. Many locals agree this has been one of the windiest falls we‚Äôve experienced in many years. However, Continue reading
The past month has seen some of the biggest changes in fishing all year. The temperatures continue to remind us that fall is just around the corner and with daylight savings time in effect it leaves very little in the way of after work outside activities. The one huge upside to this time Continue reading
The past few weeks has seen a drop in nightly temperatures and cooler water temperatures. The winds have been blowing for 2 solid months now with no end in sight causing everyone to focus more on the inshore fishing scene. This year Amelia Island has experienced some of the best Continue reading
This past week here on Amelia Island has seen some much cooler weather and lots of wind. The seas have been in the 4-6‚Äô range for most of the past month and as of right now not much relief is in sight. The inshore report has been constant for the past 45+ days, Red Bass are everywhere. Continue reading
The Red Bass and Black Drum continue to dominate the fishing activity in and around the Island. These fish arrived a little early this year and reports of huge Reds, in good numbers are all along the beaches located on the Continue reading
By: Jamie D.
If you haven’t made plans to be outdoor over the next few days then you will really be missing out on some of the best weather Northeast Florida has to offer. The cooler temperatures will bring with them some of the best fishing Continue reading
By: Jamie D.
Fishing here on Amelia Island is some of the best in all of Florida. Red bass, Trout, Drum, Whiting and Blues are all abundant and for the most part can be caught year round. But what does one do if you don‚Äôt have a boat? Well, if you’re one that dreams of fishing 24 hours a day and are currently boat-less, Amelia Island offers some great areas to fish from shore. Continue reading
Written by Jamie D.
In addition to the gorgeous early fall weather we have seen over the past couple of weeks the fishing here off Amelia Island has gotten better and better. The flooded marshes have continued to push huge numbers of Mullet into the deeper water as it has over the past month or so. Continue reading
By: Jamie Deonas
Now that tropical storm Fay has past us and Amelia Island is starting to dry out we are seeing an unbelievable explosion of surf fishing. When a tropical storm comes through our area Continue reading