JB Renninger's brother-in-law Tim and his wife were visiting the area and being avid anglers, they decided to take in an Amelia Island backcountry fishing trip. They couldn't have picked a better day because we had clear skies, almost no wind, mild temperatures and the tide was perfect with just a couple of hours left in an outgoing tide. We got an early start and headed up to Jolley River to ease along the oyster lined river banks, tossing a jig/shrimp combo. After only a few yards, Tim was hooked up with a hard fighting Blue, then he had another and another. JB got in on the action with a hard bite and then the fight was on! He eventually brought to the net a feisty Redfish, then both anglers were hooking up time after time and a number of times we'd yell, "we got a double" as both anglers had fish on! JB hit the jackpot when he worked to the boat a nice 21" slot Redfish. We hit a few more spots: Sue's Flounder hole, and caught fish. Snook Creek, and caught fish. Mother-of-all, and caught fish. Then we headed around to the Tiger Basin inlet where JB had a good bite, a hard fighting fish, but this one was different. After a good battle, the fish was subdued and we soon netted a great 18" Flounder. We also added a couple of more feisty Redfish and then another keeper sized Flounder. We never even attempted to count the fish, but estimated it at about 25-30 Redfish, 6-8 Trout, 4-5 Blues and a few other species thrown in! I had a feeling that the anglers had had enough of "catching", so we headed in and met their spouses to enjoy a much needed break at a downtown Fernandina Beach restaurant, counting it as another great day to be out on the water!