They are having the grand opening of the pier this Sat.
It's a beautiful park but bring bug spray just in case the no-see-ums are out.
Not too many folks having been fishing there as the pier was closed for a long time.There is also fishing off the beach or by the fort in the inlet.I have never fished on the inside of the intercoastal but have heard of good catches.
A couple weeks ago,someone pulled a 103lb black drum out of the inlet on the Georgia side.Right now the north Fla area is pretty much whiting,blues and reds on the inside.
Admission Fee - $5.00 per vehicle (limit 8 people per vehicle).
Amelia Island & Atlantic Beach campgrounds: $22.00 plus tax per night.
Organized Youth and Adult Group Camping: $1.00 per youth. $2.00 per adult/chaperon
definitely bug spray is an essential on any fishing trip it seems like...if the egyptians had sand knats the pyramids never would have been built.lol...
now i thought i saw where they had closed from jan22 to march 26 2008....i dunno..i'll wait a few weeks..talked with one of my buddies and he says its a happenin' place, his dad goes there every year...
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