Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Grande Slam Kind Of Day
crossed over and fished a sandbar/point and again, nibblers.
We buzzed through Horsehead and around to some docks at Seymore's Pointe and this did the trick. Both anglers were fishing out of the stern and within minutes were catching fish. They caught a Trout or two, then both of them put a keeper sized Black "puppy" Drum in the boat. We also picked up a couple of keeper sized Mangrove Snapper. Frank added a keeper sized Seatrout.
big fish on! He worked it expertly to the boat and landed a nice 23" Slot sized Redfish.
After a short run down the Nassau River we fished a runout and a grass line and found a couple of Trout, a couple of feisty Redfish, and a few hard fighting Jack Crevalle. Then we hit Twin Creeks and drifted our float rigs across the mouths and found what must have been a huge school of Seatrout. We caught one after the other after the other - most were 14.75", but Joanne and Frank found three more keeper sized fish. We left the biting! What a great way to end an excellent fishing trip here at Amelia Island, Florida