Amelia Island

Nassau County - Florida


  • 9 catches

  • 329 followers

  • 8 spots

Some 30 miles north of Jacksonville, Amelia Island is the southernmost in the chain of Atlantic coast barrier islands that stretch from North Carolina to Florida. Amelia Island's history dates to the mid-1500s, and is the only city in the United States t...

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Amelia Island Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: Any with a Shrimp

    1. Hunter Elder 0
      wanted t ask a someone a good place to take a kayak to fish in the Florida area?
    2. Hunter Elder 0
      none at all
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  2. Details: 80 lb. 71 in. Gray Triggerfish with a chicken liver

    Huge

  3. 25 inch slot fish on 8wt

    25 in. Red Fish with a shrimp fly

  4. Caught it under a cork

    Sea Trout with a Live Shrimp

  5. Redfish at Nassau sound

    Red fish with a dead shrimp

    1. JR Alvarez 0
      Awesome bro.
  6. 1 lb. 10 in. blue gill with a chunk of secret bait

  7. Fishing Hot Spot! A depression on the outside of the south St. Marys jetty holds tarpon, Spanish mackerel, red drum, black drum and bluefish. The jetty rocks are ...more partially submerged here and attract numerous baitfish. Fish dead bait on the bottom for tarpon.

    Latitude: 30° 42' 19.823" N
    Longitude: 81° 24' 41.407" W

    1. JR Alvarez 0
      Love It .

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