minnows to the oyster edge. Almost immediately the fish began to
bite! They stayed busy catching feisty Redfish, one after the other for a good 45 minutes. Dara had a really big Red on for a good while but it was big for a reason and made a quick turn and went full throttle to break the leader, OUCH! But shortly after that William baited up with a small and lively Pogey, tossed it to the bank, and FISH ON! He played the big Red patiently and after a good battle, landed a nice Slot sized 23" Redfish! Later, we moved down the river, found a point sticking out into the river, and fished the oysters. Again, the anglers had a good bite, and in addition to the Reds, they put a number of keeper sized Trout (up to 16") in the boat. Jason had a strange bite and after workin the fish to the boat, landed a very nice 16" keeper sized Flounder to round out his personal Amelia Island Back Country Slam. We made our last stop down at Broward Island, found a few fish, then called it a day, another great one to be fishing Amelia Island waters!