We crossed over a creek and fished some more grass line, had no luck, then headed up the Jolley River, made a stop at a drainage and fished it with jigs, then on around to the Jolley and fished two stretches of marsh grass with the floats, and again, not a nibble. We were almost two hours in and we hadn't even seen a float bob.
Our next stop was up at Bell River where we switched to the jigs again and finally, Finally, we began to get some bites. We put a handful of Seatrout in the boat, one of which was of keeper size, then when that slowed we moved in closer and fished some dock pilings. First cast, BOOM! Redfish on. They pulled out a handful of Redfish, two of them being in the Slot and then they tinkered with bites that turned out to be Sheepshead. One was a bit small but one was a nice 16" keeper. That spot paid off with some good catches and a few fish in the box.
We fished a few more docks with the jigs, stopped back by the MOA, then headed back to the ramp, counting it as another great day to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.