Great Fall Fishing
Hello Anglers, The hot summer months with the warm south atlantic ocean temperatures have migrated on, but with the cooling ocean temperatures the bite is heating up.
The Wahoo, Mahi and other Gulf Stream Blue Water species that moved northward as they migrated are on their way back south and by mid November they will be cruising the Gulf Stream off the coast of North Florida. Throw on a wind breaker for that early morning ride to the Stream for some tolling and by mid morning you’ll be wearing a T-shirt and deep drop bottom fishing for some Grouper, Amber Jack, Various Snapper Species and other deep bottom dwellers.
Not all anglers are early risers to make that run to the Stream, but the cooling ocean waters nearer to shore have also heated up the bite with the Sea Bass, Trigger Fish, Grouper and possibily a Cobia still hanging around trying to fatten up for the cooler months ahead.
The back water fishing with the Guides from The Amelia Island Guides Association are already beginning to experience the effects of the cooling water with the Red Fish, Trout and Flounder bite heating up and with the AIGA Red Fish Spot Tournament beginning Friday October 25 with the captains meeting and Tournament day Saturday October 26 there should be no shortage of Fish being brought to the check in table located at The Amelia Island Marina.
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