Boy what a beautiful afternoon we had today! I had met Gene Roudachevski and his son Ira and Ira's friend Lucas at 1pm down at the Fernandina Beach Harbor Marina and we headed up to fish the logs of Tiger on an incoming tide. We hit two areas with jigs and mud minnows and had exactly zero bites! OUCH! We then made a run up to Jolley River to fish the "bank" and again fished a couple of areas with no real bites other than when Gene hooked up and
battled in a rather large Gar Fish! It was a good battle but not what we were looking for. Our next and final stop was back to the outside of Tiger Island and this did the trick. And boy did it! The three anglers had hardly had there float rigs out over some flooded oysters for a few seconds all of them started getting bites and fish. There must have been hundreds of Seatrout in the area because they couldn't cast without getting a hookup. Gene and Lucas were on the stern of the boat catching fish but Ira was up at the bow tossing to a grass line and he was the one that put 4 keeper sized Seatrout to 18" in the boat. We fished right on up until we were almost out of bait with Lucas having the hot rod there at the end, boating Trout after Trout. It was a great way to wrap up a fishing catching trip here at Amelia Island!