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Schooling Redfish

Capt. Jeff Crumpton
December 1, 2010
Amelia Island - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 file any reports but I plan to change this and try and file a report 1-2 times a month. I have added another boat to the fleet. I now offer a 1754 Grizzly tracker outfitted for 2 guest this is a great lil flats boat and floats real skinny. Or the 24ft. Ranger bay boat which floats in about 11-12" for this size of boat is pretty skinny. Go with gold spoons and try some Big Bite Baits 4 inch in paddle tails or 3 inch in shrimp patterns. The colors to try are Baby sea trout, Gold emrald shiner, and Strawberry wine/roootbeer. This is a great bait with lots of scent that will not dry out and is deadly attached to a jig with a bettle spin spinner blade or rigged weedless. Tight Lines and Screeming Drags, Captain Jeff Crumpton

Amelia Island Fishing Forecast:

As the weather cools off our redfish will be growing in larger schools of fish.

Target Species:

Redfish, Trout, Black drum, and Sheephead.

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FlyFishing & Light Tackle Fishing Beautiful Amelia Island Florida. We fish for Redfish, Trout, Flounder, And other migratory species. Light tackle fishing avaliable and sight seeing tours. I run a 17ft. flats boat charters starting at $200.00 Or the 24ft. Bay Boat Charters Starting at $350.00 Orvis Endorsed Guide Capt. Jeff Crumpton

Contact Info:

Amelia Island Charter Fishing LLC.
85091 Amagansett Drive
10 Ash St. Boat ramp
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Phone: 904-753-6379
Alt. Phone: 904-753-6379
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