Friday, July 06, 2012

Amelia Island Fishing Report 7- 2012

June Report/July Forecast

With two tropical storms and a long-wet front in between, we've had tons of fresh water dropped in our marshes and creeks. But surprisingly, we can still find fish and have had some excellent trips mixed in between the storms. The Flounder seem exceptionally active and are taking mud minnows and live shrimp off the bottom. The same can be said for Seatrout where they are picking up the bait down near the bottom, too. It was fun to see one customer catch a nice Slot Redfish on an artificial jerk bait fished over some flooded oysters. Keep up with all the fishing action at the Amelia Island Fishing Report. July anglers should see a smorgasbord of Redfish, Seatrout and Flounder with the usual Bonnethead Sharks mixed in. Most of my trips last year in July saw great action. So if you want to Get Away From it All, give me a shout and we'll go fishing!

Capt. Lawrence Piper
The Anglers Mark

Amelia Island, Florida

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