I fished this afternoon with Kevin Flynn and his daughter Madelyn. Again, the weather was super nice, warming to shirt sleeve temperatures and we had a slight breeze to help keep the bugs off. We made a quick run up to Tiger Island to catch the first of an incoming tide. I think it was Kevin's first cast when he had a strong hookup and a good deep diving battle. He played the fish perfectly and patiently and after a good battle landed a keeper sized Black "puppy" Drum - this is the first Drum in a long while. We fished the logs thoroughly and a little late Maddy had a bite...we thought it got hung up in a downed log...but then it came free! She worked the fish in to the boat and landed a keeper sized 16" Sheepshead, another first in a long while. From the same spot Kevin had another strong bite and boated a 20" Slot Sized Redfish to give the anglers an Amelia Island Back Country Slam of Drum, Sheepshead, and Redfish! But these two anglers weren't finished! They boated a couple of small Flounder to score a "Grand Slam", then we headed up to Jolley River to fish the "bank". Within minutes Kevin's float disapeared and he had a good fight on his hands. He played the big fish to the boat and we netted a nice 18" Seatrout. Now they had a "Super Grande Slam"! We fished the bank from south to north and just as we were about to leave Maddy had a strange bite. She cranked the fish and it came to the surface it began to fight but it was too late and we netted a big 17" Flounder! We hit a couple of more spots, one in particular produce a good handful of Seatrout for Maddy, then we called it day, another great one to be fishing Amelia Island waters!