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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Cosby


2014-06-13
12:22 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - June marks the true beginning of summer here in NE Florida. The king mackerel, bonita, barracuda, and sharks have arrived. Putting a bait out behind a shrimp boat is always an adventure. Watching the numerous dolphin cavorting behind virtually every more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2014-05-14
10:12 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - MAY, 2014 May is one of my favorite months to fish in NE Florida. Many of the migratory fish have arrived, including spanish mackerel, jack crevalle, and ladyfish. While not good to eat, jacks and ladyfish are lots of fun to catch. Cobia hav more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2014-04-07
7:47 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - The fishing should be better this month than last with warmer water temperatures and lighter winds. The water now is ranging between about 62-65 degrees. Some of our transitory fish such as spanish mackerel, jacks, ladyfish, tripletail, and possibly more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2014-03-06
10:02 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - March, in my experience, marks the end of winter and the transition to a summer pattern. We will still have cold fronts, northeasters,rainy and windy days, but fewer and less severe than in February. We can look forward to early arriving more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2014-01-31
11:33 AM

February Forecast Jacksonville area waters - January has been cold and windy, but we've still managed to catch some nice fish. Hopefully, February will be kind to us with improving weather. This time of year certain species seem to tolerate the cold better. Sheepshead will be biting w more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2014-01-03
10:20 AM

January forecast Jacksonville area waters - January is a month where weather plays a large part in fishing success. In between the cold fronts and northeasters there are often mild, calmer days that offer pleasant fishing and catching conditions. Water temperatures are in the high 50's to low more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2013-08-08
7:51 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - August is usually our hottest month and can provide some awesome fishing. With water temperatures between 80-85 degrees, fish like tarpon, spinner sharks, bonita, and king mackerel are very active. All of these fish can be caught right off our beache more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2013-07-05
6:20 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - JULY, 2013 Here we are in the thick of summer and the fishing has been red hot! The king mackerel have been biting well on the beach, along with bonita, big jacks, and the occasional cobia and even sailfish. The sharks are behind the shrimp boats more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2013-05-10
10:22 AM

May fishing report Jacksonville area waters - May is one of my favorite fishing months here in NE Florida. The transitory fish are arriving, with catches of jack crevalle, ladyfish, spanish mackerel, and mangrove snapper becoming more common daily. Cobia are due to arrive any day now. They coul more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2013-03-06
2:22 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - MARCH, 2013 Thank goodness March is here and we can start looking forward to more spring like days on the water! Right now, due to recent cold weather, the water temps are hovering around 59-60 degrees. Another four to five degrees should stimulate more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

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