Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Low and Incoming The Best

We got a jump on the low and incoming tide this morning when I met Alan Woodcox and his buddy Willy out at the Goffinsville Park boat ramp. When you launch there your ready to fish within minutes! We made the first stop around at some docks at Seymore's Pointe. The guys started tossing jigs with live shrimp to the dock pilings and it didn't take long before Willy had a strong hookup and, Fish On! But this was a smart fish and it immediately wrapped around a piling and....Fish Off! Ouch! But Willy went right back to
the spot and hooked up again. He landed a couple of nice Redfish with one of them of keeper size. Alan was fishing deeper and put a Seatrout in the boat.

We fished a couple of more docks then bounced around to fish some rocks back towards the ramp. This was deep water but we had switched to float rigs with 3" leaders-they had to be right up near the rocks and it did the trick. Both anglers landed feisty Redfish, another was a nice 20" Slot fish, then Willy put a big 26" Slot fish in the boat. 

When the bite slowed we made a run down to Broward Island and fished the downed logs. The bite had slowed but we still had a handful of Reds and a couple of Trout caught. After fishing some flooding ouster beds we called it a day, another great one to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.

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