Celebrating this holiday weekend doing what we love…fishing! The bite is HOT in Northeast Florida!
Saturday, September 5th 2020
Where: Amelia Island State Park
When: 10am to 3pm
What: Sailcat, Whiting, Sharks, Flounder…in a cast net…
Water Color: A little dirty with some green at times
Winds: NW calm winds with a shift to the East in the afternoon, picked up nicely
Bait: Dead Shrimp, Fishbites (White Clam), Mullet Chunks, Live lined some Finger Mullet too
Rigs: life4reel Double Droppers, Florida Surf Angler Rods
The mullet run in Florida is in full swing and fishermen (and women) are taking full advantage of this spectacular time of year. You can catch a mixed bag of fish right now in Northeast Florida including whiting, bluefish, pompano, flounder, redfish, sea trout, sail catfish, tarpon and a variety of sharks. It is certainly an exciting season for surf anglers!
Stay tuned for more information on the set-up process to catch your next trophy fish!