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Amelia Island Fishing Reports


2013-01-22
4:28 PM

Crazy Winter Weather - This month has seen some pretty drastic weather conditions, from near record high temperatures to chilly mornings in the upper 30's two days later. It's no wonder that fishing in Northeast Florida at this time of year is a game of highs and lows. Bu more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2012-09-26
9:48 AM

Fall is here and so are the fish ... - As summer gives way to fall, the fishing has heated up again. Big redfish have been in the rivers and major creeks for the past few weeks and flounder and larger trout are also biting. Our clients are catching mixed bags on our charters; redfish, tr more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2012-06-19
8:24 AM

BIG BULL REDFISH, BLACK DRUM , GROUPER, LARGE SHARKS ALL PULLING - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEATHER BRING IN GREAT REDFISH BITE ON OUR JETTIES. LARGE BLACK DRUM AND VARIETY OF SHARKS UP TO 7 FOOT IN THE MAIN CHANNELS. TROUT AND FLOUNDER BITE STEADY. OFFSHORE FOR GROUPER, COBIA, SNAPPER, TRIGGERFISH AND MANY OTHERS, EVE more...
Capt. Brett Swenson - Amelia Island


2012-05-21
10:13 AM

Summer is here !! - With water temps. approaching the 80 degree mark, it's safe to say that the summer season is underway. The mullet are cruising, so in turn, Tarpon are starting to make their appearance in the inlets and at the jettys. Follow the mullet schools and t more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2012-03-01
3:12 PM

Spotted Sea Trout Still Biting - It may be a result of our mild winter this year or maybe it's something else, but who cares ?? The bottom line is that the Spotted Trout are definitely hungry! Water temps. are in the low to mid 60's and the weather is slowly but surely turning for t more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2012-02-01
3:12 PM

Cool temps, HOT fishing - The relatively mild winter weather so far has been outstanding for fishing on Amelia Island. Redfish and Seatrout fishing has been particularly good at the last of the outgoing and first of incoming tides. Live shrimp fished on jigheads , under pop more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2012-01-07
11:41 AM

Inshore fishing heating up - As water temperatures settle into the mid 50's, winter fishing on Amelia Island is in full swing. On one of our most recent trips, Redfish at the upper end of the slot to slightly oversize were caught and released along with a dozen Trout, which wer more...
Capt. Bob Chase - Amelia Island


2010-12-01
10:42 AM

Schooling Redfish - It is that time of year the trout are on fire and the redfish are heading into their winter pattern of schooling up. We have been catching black drum as well and the sheephead are biting too. I have been busy fishing/guiding and have neglected to fil more...
Capt. Jeff Crumpton - Amelia Island


2010-04-14
8:20 AM

Big Ole Black Drum - Have been a busy week I hope this summer brings lots of charters to all the Captains, I had several trips last week fishing for Black drum trout & Redfish. The drum are all over the beach doing thier spawning thing, daisy chaining around the boat rig more...
Capt. Jeff Crumpton - Amelia Island

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