Thursday, March 1, 2018
Bigger Trout Coming Shallower
creek and ran back to the Seymore's Pointe area.
The tide was coming out of the marsh and we set up at a grassy pointe that was a perfect ambush spot and sure enough, the Seatrout were there. As long as Mills got a good drift we both expected a bite as his float came across some flooded oyster beds and, BOOM! Float down, fish on! Mills landed a good handful of Trout, many over 15, and a few over 17 (all fish were released today). We thought we might try some other areas and maybe get some bigger Redfish so we moved on and fished some dock pilings with the jigs, but to no avail. We left the protection of the land mass, got out into the wind and tried the floats again, but quickly realized that it was a bad move.
After fishing some more docks with the jig, and picking up one more Red, we called it a day, another great on to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.