Some Fishermen Have Reported Struggling Lately

By Johnson, Jim | The Florida Times Union, July 26, 2008 | Go to article overview

Some Fishermen Have Reported Struggling Lately


Johnson, Jim, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Capt. Jim Johnson

Anglers are giving mixed reviews on fishing. Some are reporting excellent trips and others are struggling to make a catch.

Whether you are catching or not, you had better get out on the water early because of the afternoon thunderstorms.

The surf fishermen are struggling this week although the anglers fishing the incoming tide seem to have been reporting better catches than those fishing the outgoing tide.

Whiting, small sharks, puppy drum and the occasional pompano are still being caught this week. The anglers fishing the Amelia By the Sea pier are reporting sharks, whiting, drum and sheepshead.

Fort Clinch State Park and the George Crady Bridge State Fishing Pier are both producing trout, reds and flounder using mud minnows or finger mullet for bait around the low tide. Dead shrimp fished on the bottom is producing whiting from the George Crady pier.

Capt. Danny Flynn has been hot on the tarpon fishing the St. Marys Sound. Capt. Allen Mills also is reporting a good number of tarpon from the St. Marys Sound.

The backwater has been producing trout, reds and flounder on live shrimp floated around the oyster bars. Small black drum and whiting are being pulled from the deep holes in the river and sounds.

Topwater plugs fished early in the morning and late in the evening is always an awesome technique for explosive strikes. …

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