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Check out the wonderful video produced when a Visit Florida writer went fishing with Captain Russell Tharin from Amelia Island.
Born and raised in Fernandina Beach, Captain Piper loves to share the history of the island and all the best fishing spots!
It is time for the 2013 NSFA Fernandina Beach Fishing Rodeo on Amelia Island!
A fishing trip went tragically wrong when a teen fishing near Fort Clinch slipped into turbulent waters. Here are the recent press releases:
It is time for the Nassau Sport Fishing Association’s 30th Annual Fishing Rodeo and Kingfish Tournament!
Fernandina Fishing reports included news of a 62 pound cobia that was caught at the south St. Marys jetties.
Nassau Sport Fishing Association’s Fishing Rodeo begins this Friday just before Sounds on Centre in Fernandina Beach.
Captain Jim Wormhoudt has been fishing the waters of Amelia Island for over 26 years making him a legendary fishing authority in Northeast Florida.
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!
Reported to be the largest kingfish tournament in the world, Jacksonville has been hosting this tournament since 1981.
This is the best reason I have ever heard as to why you should always take Jack Daniels when you go fishing.
A 32 inch, 18 pound Grey Grouper is a trophy of a fish when caught within 12 miles of shore.