Wednesday, April 26, 2017
One Fish Per Spot
side of Tiger and found another outflow. I switched the anglers to jigs and live shrimp because I new the bottom wasn't rough. Within minutes, Bill had a hookup and landed a nice hungry Seatrout. But no more bites were had. So we continued on around to the Jolley River, fished the "bank" and here Nancy got on the board when she landed another nice Seatrout. We worked up the bank, had a bite now and then, and finally, Bill hooked up and caught a keeper sized Seatrout. We fished further up the Jolley at Snook Creek, had no bites, then hit the MOA. It was the right tide and the conditions were right, fish were popping, but they just weren't eating what we werew offering. We made one last stop back at the logs of Tiger. After getting a few bites, Bill had a strong hookup. He played the hard fighting fish patiently and soon landed a feisty Redfish. Although we didn't slay the fish, we did have a few catches, so we counted it as another great day to be out on the water here at Amelia Island, Florida.