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Looking to have wonderful day of Inshore Charter Fishing Amelia Island!! With every inshore charter fishing trip, our goal is to produce smiles on every persons face. We will travel the backwaters of Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach area in search of Redfish, Trout, Flounder, Tarpon and other backwater species. You will be fishing aboard a 2012 Pathfinder 22TRS. It is one of the best bay boats on the water and is maintained to ensure each customers approval. All equipment used is top of the line and also maintained to ensure proper functioning on each trip. If your looking to take your kids on an adventure they will never forget, then look no further. We love to take kids out and watch the excitement they have when they catch their first Redfish!!
Inshore and Backwater Fishing
During the Inshore Charter Fishing Trip, we will be fishing inshore rivers and creeks. We will usually be float fishing or fishing on bottom with jighead and live bait. We will be using light tackle and spinning gear during these inshore charter fishing trips and will be using a variety of live and dead bait, such as live shrimp, mud minnows, finger mullet and crabs. The species of choice is usually redfish, trout, flounder, jacks, sheepshead, drum and sharks. You will also see other wildlife on these trips, such as, dolphins, manatees (summer months), different types of birds, jumping rays and the wild horses on Cumberland Island.
Jetties and Inlet Fishing
During the trips to the jetties and the inlet, we will encounter bigger fish but the water is a little more choppy sometimes. During the late summer months, the mighty Tarpon are the target of species. Also, Triple Tail can be in abundance starting late spring through late summer. We can also run off the beaches in search of pogy pods as that is the bait of choice for Tarpon. If you have never seen Tarpon busting the bait pods, then this is the trip for you. You will also get to see Fort Clinch State Park on the way out to the jetties and may also get to see a submarine if one is leaving or arriving at Kings Bay.
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