Flood Tide Outing: Oct, 31st Happy Halloween
This time we are going to launch at Sawpit Boat Ramp on A1A at Nassau Sound. One of the reasons for our outings is to learn new places and Sawpit is a good location and you do not need a boat, but a boat is better.
5.4 high tide at 9:27 AM. I would launch at 7:30 to check out some spots
Pay attention to the No Parking sign along the A1A. You will pass the spot on the way to Sawpit. There is a parking fee at Sawpit ramp.
There are some spot South of the ramp that you can walk into from A1A. David and I did this in the middle of September and I caught a nice red. You could also wade in from the side of the road at Simpson Creek that is a mile or so South of Sawpit. There are some very good fishing spot in this area. If you are using a kayak there is a strong current at this location but you do not have to cross the inlet to get to them. There is a creek right next to the ramp that goes for 3 or more miles and has a lot of flooded flats to fish.
I will stop by McDonald’s and pick up some biscuits to pass out.