We then ran around to the Jolley River and set up fishing the "bank" on the first of an incoming tide. The duo picked up a couple of Seatrout, Asher got a small Flounder to get his Amelia Island Back Country Slam, and we had a small Redfish or two. They also put a couple of Croaker in the boat, one of which was
big enough to keep. After running further up the Jolley to Snook Creek, we again worked the bank with jigs. John snagged a hungry Seatrout and just a minute later Asher hooked up with another, this one measuring in at 18" and big enough for the box. According to Asher's count they were all tied up with six fish apiece. But we fished out that stretch, moved back to the Bank and fished it briefly with floats, then headed in with a tied score so we counted it as another great day to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.