September 26, 2020
Terry Lacoss / For the News-Leader
“Prior to the kingfish tournament, Brad Reese and I were catching tournament-size pogies off the beaches of Amelia Island, but during the tournament day, all we could come up with were small pogies
Surf Asylum held an all-girls surf camp last week. “All the girls were ripping,” said Betsy Harris of Surf Asylum.
“We were setup for tarpon, shark, redfish and kingfish action at the mouth of the St. Marys inlet when a real smoker struck a live bait rigged with 20-pound fishing tackle.” Capt.
We live on the backwaters of Langsford Creek and get to watch a lot of changes in the tides, waterfowl and fish migrations.
The quarantine has kept Joel Beckham and his staff at Fernandina Beach Cycling & Fitness busy.
“Can I have a pogy report? We have been looking for an hour and have come up empty-handed,” can commonly be heard coming from the VHF radio during a hot summer morning.
Many fishing seasons ago, I was navigating south on the Amelia River and noticed several sea gulls and pelicans diving into the water next to the shore.
Katelin Richards is college bound. The Fernandina Beach High School senior recently signed a national letter of intent to play golf at the University of Albany.