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Amelia Island and historic Fernandina Beach are located at the northeastern corner of Florida.

There are a number of fishing options for guest anglers, but Captain Lawrence Piper specializes in backwater, light tackle fishing for Redfish, Trout, Flounder and other inshore species.

Captain Piper picks up guests at the Fernandina Beach City Marina or at the south end of Amelia Island and fishes the creeks and tributaries that flow through the marshes surrounding the island.

Freshwater Fishing:
There are a number of brackish freshwater fishing and boating options located off-island.  See the REAL Florida by getting back into the swamps of Lofton and Boggy Creek’s  and encounter alligator, deer, snapping turtles, snakes  and wild turkey.  Wild roses, blackberry and other swamp plants line the banks.  Fishing for panfish and bass is available along with boat rides.  

Anglers in freshwater are required to purchase their own fishing license.

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There are many places to stay in this area.
Here are just a few:

Addison House
Amelia Hotel and Suites
Amelia Island Hampton Inn
Amelia Island Plantation
Blue Heron Inn
Elizabeth Pointe Lodge
Florida House Inn
The Fairbanks House

Hampton Inn & Suites - Amelia Island Harbor Side

Hoyt House
The Amelia Island Williams House
The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island

Some more local information can be found at:

The Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach Chamber of Commerce
Altogether American
AmeliaIsland.org
Amelia Island Bed and Breakfast Association
Amelia Island Real Estate
Amelia Island Restaurant Association
Fort Clinch State Park
The Amelia Island Museum of History
Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport
Hang Glide USA

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Capt. Piper recommends these fine restaurants:

29 South
Cafe Karibo
Espana Restaurant
Happy Tomato Cafe
Kelly's Courtyard Cafe
Marina Restaurant
Moon River Pizza
Parkway Grille
Shuckers Oyster Bar
T-Ray Burger Sation
The Salty Pelican

Verandah Seafood Restaurant

   
 
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