That water looks calm.... perfect for launching the kayak. I love fishing that area.
Originally Posted by FLherritage
Just another example of how law enforcement agencies in this country are rapidly changing. Militarization of police is a very bad sign for this country. Protect and serve has become control and intimidate.
2 Rods with fish finder rigs. we started getting bites that felt like flounder (and the baits looked like a flounder had been munching on em) so we rigged one rod with a jig head and took turns draggin it along the bottom while the other person took care of the other 2 rods.
we eventually ended up just slinging the jighead out and letting it sit and were gettin more trout on that compared to the fish finder rigs.
everything was done on mullet, didnt get as much as a sniff on shrimp
current was ripping out of the inlet but once we got around to the beach side (probably couple hundred yards from the rocks) it was nice slow movement, tons of mullet everywhere.
Congratulations on some nice catches and great pics. Thanks for posting! It's encouraging.....
I'd love some more info on where this is. I am coming over in a few weeks, and hope to fish somewhere around Amelia Island. I will have a four-wheel drive truck, a 13-foot boat, and a willingness to wade. I started a thread already, seeking general advice. But this thread has me focused! ;)