We came back to Seymore's Pointe as the tide started out and fished a large drainage with the floats and even though they had a few nibbles, there were no takers. We ran thru Horsehead and around to Jackstaff and fished another drainage and here we had zero nibbles! But these anglers were not to be deterred! After a quick jump over to Poteat Cut we had just set up to fish a pointe and they caught fish. Doc put a keeper sized Seatrout in the boat and followed it up with a Jack Crevalle catch. Then Don had a strong hookup that was tugging hard and ripping some drag. When it "boiled up" I declared it a Redfish but after Don patiently played it to the boat he landed a Big 19" Seatrout, boy what a fish!
Our final stop was back at some docks at Nassauville where we added to the catch one more Seatrout. As we headed back to the dock we counted it as another great day to be fishing here at Amelia Island, Florida.