Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Slot Redfish Make the Day
Seatrout. We moved around to a creek inlet and Logan picked up a feisty Redfish. We caught a couple of those then headed over to the Jolley River and again had some decent bites. Sal got on the board with a hungry Bluefish then we moved back to the mouth of the river and began a slow troll of the marsh grass and now exposed oysters. Almost immediately the anglers began to get bites. They landed a couple of small Redfish then Sal had a strong hookup and this was a bigger fish, FISH ON! He played the fish patiently and after a good battle landed a nice Slot Redfish! Shortly after that Sal
put a keeper sized Flounder in the boat to round out the group's Amelia Island Back Country Slam. Kasen was staying neck-and-neck in the fish count total as we had a good bite for a while there. We made one final stop around at the expose logs of Tiger and here Sal put one more Slot Redfish in the boat. With that, we called it a day, another great one to be fishing Amelia Island waters!