Tuesday, March 5, 2013
I fished today with Charlie Mclaine who is visiting Amelia Island again with his wife, down from the Atlanta area. We met at the Atlantic Seafood dock at 8am and headed up to Lanceford Creek to fish the very first of an incoming tide. I had thought we'd pick up some Redfish around the docks but they were having none of our live shrimp on a jig. I noted that the water was real muddy, probably churned up by the south east wind. We did pick up four nice Trout out deep on the bottom. We fished a few minutes near Oyster Bay then headed around to the logs of Tiger where we picked up two feisty Redfish then got into a mess of hungry Seatrout. We commented that it was like "fishing for bream in a pond" because we found that we could literally lower our jig to the bottom and wait for the bite! Charlie guestimated that we caught well over 30 Trout as we enjoyed the sunshine while fishing Amelia Island!