Amelia Island Florida, 19 S 2nd St, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
The Lowcountry is most notable for its fields of Spartina grass accompanied by mud flats with scattered oyster formations, hosting your more commonly targeted species such as redfish, black drum, and sheepshead. Cruising sharks of these shallow flats are just an added bonus. Traveling farther back into the estuaries, where freshwater and saltwater meet, we will have a mixed bag of inshore offerings as well as the periodic striped bass, along with various sub-species of largemouth. Observing this transition is an experience. Dedicated endeavors inland will focus on the lightest tackle and an array of panfish with the likeliness of landing a bowfin or bass in the mix. In this case, it is strictly freshwater outlets, but the opportunity offers a beautiful chance to immerse yourself in a unique environment of lush cypress tree formations and associated flora and fauna.
Rendezvous at designated boat ramp.
Departure at arranged time.
Average travel time to destination is 10-15mins.
Trip ends at origin.
Amelia Island Florida, 19 S 2nd St, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034 • 6-9 years of experience
Enlist the help of Orvis-endorsed fly-fishing guide William Cochran on your trip to Florida and get your authentic Lowcountry experience in the nation's oldest settlement, Amelia Island. Check off a series of species from your bucket list and explore the diverse estuaries the region has to offer, along with immersing yourself in the rich history and culture. Fish the largest blackwater swamp in the nation, site fish in the shallows of one of the largest state preserves, and cruise the surf just like the privateers used to. Enjoy the company of a multigeneration local and learn all there is to know about the area; this is Southern hospitality at its finest.
Exact meeting location will be provided after booking.
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