I fished the south end today, and again we had just a tad bit of breeze. When I met Bill Lavery and his buddy Joe down at the Sawpit Creek boat ramp we made the long ride to Broward Island to try and catch the first of the incoming tide - and we got there just as it had stalled. The two anglers began tossing jigs and minnows and shrimp to the pockets and I think first cast we got a bite - a hungry Mangrove Snapper.
They worked the area thoroughly and after Bill had decided to work
We made our next stop at the mouth of Pumpkin Hill, picked up one or two small Trout, one or two small Mangrove's then continued on back down the Nassau. After making one stop to tangle with some high flying Ladyfish, we made a stop back at some docks at Seymore's Pointe. Joe put one keeper sized Mangrove Snapper in the boat. After hitting Twin Creeks briefly (and having a big fish break us off once), we headed in, counting it as another great day to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.