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Cool temps, HOT fishing

Capt. Bob Chase
February 1, 2012
Amelia Island - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 popping corks, or freelined are all effective, based on water depth and structure, etc.
With the new state law allowing a 2 redfish limit and no February trout season closure for north Florida, it's going to be a GREAT month to hit the water… and with spring just around the corner, It's only going get better from here! It's time to book your trip to see what Amelia Island has to offer. We can also help you with local accommodations with any of the bed and breakfasts or hotels here on the island. So, what are you waiting for?? LET'S GO FISHING !!!

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Amelia Island Fishing Forecast:

With Springtime just around the corner, it's only going to get better !

Target Species:

Redfish, Seatrout

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