Although the weather report called for a high percentage of rain around mid day, we felt like we could get a half day of fishing in, so I met Cathey Grossman and her friend Diane down at the Sawpit Creek boat ramp early this morning and we headed up the Nassau River to make our first stop along the river with an outgoing tide. The oysters were already exposed so we went with jigs and minnows.
Both anglers were making excellent casts and it didn't take long
We moved up river and continued to fish with the jigs and caught another handful of Reds. Our next stop was at some docks at
We made a brief stop at Pumpkin Hill then made our way down to Broward Island and fished some logs. There was a bunch of bait being busted up near the bank but we had no takers until we called "last cast" and wouldn't you know it, Diane had a good bite. This fish was fighting hard and came to the surface and thrashed but Diane played it perfectly and eventually landed a fat 18" Seatrout, wrapping up another great day of fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.