Fishing School

A huge school of Amelia Island Redfish has ambushed bait fish at one of Amelia Island's key "Fish Structures". Captain Terry Lacoss teaches how to find these key fish havens where tides and currents are critical to your fishing success!

A huge school of Amelia Island Redfish has ambushed bait fish at one of Amelia Island's key "Fish Structures".

 
 

Our Fishing Classes;

Captain Terry Lacoss teaches how to find  key fish havens where tides and currents are critical to your fishing success! These classes typically begin in January and will run each following Sunday right through the month of February. Classes are held at the Amelia Angler Outfitters, 111 Centre Street.

 
 
 
 
 

Fishing School

Knot tying;

You are never too young to learn how to tie fishing knots! Our classes concentrate on teaching our students the right fishing tackle for the many types of backcountry and beach fishing that Amelia Island has to offer. Including knot tying, leaders, fishing lines, rods, reels, hooks and lures!

Key instructional topics include knot tying, beach fishing, tides, moon phases, structure, fly fishing, navigation, local fishing holes, terminal fishing tackle, rigging and all about fishing boats!  Classes begin at 8:00 am - 12:00 pm lunch provided then we will finish our fishing class around 2:00 PM.

 

Don't miss out, join the fun!  For more information call (904) 261-2870
Adults - $50, Children 16 and younger $30

 
 
Learn how to fish with Amelia Angler
 

Some of Amelia Island's very best fishing comes from the deep waters of "Cumberland Sound" where giant game fish including red drum pictured, tarpon, shark, cobia and black drum can weigh over the two hundred pound mark. Fishing classes will teach fishermen how to fish from both small and large boats at both Amelia Island Inlets, Cumberland and Nassau Sounds for both giant game fish and good eating fish too!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Fishing School with Captain Lacoss

Captain Terry Lacoss teaching at the Fishing School.