The Fernandina Fishing Report for the week of 04-27-09 looks very promising for anglers.
Your Fernandina fishing forecast for the week of April 20 should bring a tremendous week around Amelia Island.
The fishing Report for Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island, Florida tells us that winds should keep most of us offshore this week in Fernandina Beach. Back water fishing around Amelia Island, however, should be great.
Those who are physically challenged can experience an off shore fishing experience for free. At the Fernandina Beach harbor marina, Amelia Island resident, Captain Steve Hair, keeps his 36 foot charter boat, at the ready for those with physical and developmental disabilities as well as those diagnosed with a terminal illness.
The Fernandina Fishing Forecast for the week of April 7, 2009 is here and the fishing around Amelia Island should continue to be good. Redfish, trout, sheepshead continue to be biting. You can find big drum off the beach and the jetties. Nice size reds are in the rivers and at the jetties.
Amelia Island fishing will permit you to catch reds, grouper, blues, flounder, croakers, grunts and all kinds of cool fish. If you want to go fishing this weekend, most boats were fishing at the jetty‚Äôs near Fort Clinch for Drum.
Giant black drum have made their presence known once again in the waters around Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach. Areas such as Cumberland Sound, Nassau Sound and the deeper holes in the
By: Jamie Deonas Amelia Island has experienced a banner year for fishing both offshore and inshore. Earlier in the season the trout,
Federal action on snapper and grouper closures on the South Atlantic coast were postponed in mid-December, but the National Marine Fisheries Council promised a new effort to pass the amendment this year.
The fishing here on Amelia Island can be summed up in 3 words; trout, trout and more trout. These fish have shown up in massive