TFO rod and Shimano Stradic 1000 reel. The fish put up a good fight but Steve was up to it and landed a nice Slot Redfish. We continued to fish the area and the bite picked up as the tide really began to come in. The anglers landed a few small but feisty Redfish, tangled with some high flying Ladyfish, outsmarted a few Croaker, and then put a keeper sized Flounder in the boat. We made a run around to Tiger Island and fished the downed logs with not a whole lot of action. But we worked the area thoroughly and began to get a bite here and there. Tom had a couple of just slightly undersized Reds, Steve picked up another in the Slot and just as we were about to leave Steve felt something walking off with his minnow. He even pointed it out to Tom and I and as he tightened his line and set the hook, he had the fish! But the fish must have had a big ego because it didn't seem to believe it was "caught"! Steve worked the fish patiently and when it came to the surface, he said, "It's a Flounder", and then "IT'S BIG!" It wasn't until we got it in the boat that the big 26.5" Flounder realized that it had been caught and began to go wild. This fish put's Steve firmly in first place in the 2014 Anglers Mark Bragging Rights Tournament - Flounder Category (scroll down right side of this report for standings) and is the biggest Flounder to date ever caught on the Anglers Mark! Now that's the way to wrap up a fishing trip here at Amelia Island, Florida!