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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Cosby


2013-02-10
12:47 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Even in the dead of winter you can usually find productive inshore fishing here in Northeast Florida. The shallow creeks respond to temperature changes quicker than the deeper river. This means on cold mornings I like to fish the river first and the more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2013-01-11
2:57 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Happy New Year! The month of January can offer excellent inshore fishing when the weather and tidal conditions cooperate. The water temperature is hovering around 60 degrees. Cold fronts are rolling in weekly with a few warmer days separating them. T more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-11-29
11:04 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - The month of December can provide exceptional inshore fishing, when the weather cooperates. The speckled and yellowmouth trout are on fire right now, and should continue biting through Dec. There are slot redfish at the jetties, in the creeks and th more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-09-05
10:43 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - SEPTEMBER, 2012 The weather begins cooling down this month with more northeasterly breezes blowing in for several days at a time. We also have to keep an eye out for the occasional tropical storm or hurricane. These conditions stimulate all kinds more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-08-13
10:15 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - AUGUST, 2012 August potentially has the warmest water and provides the best chance to catch a leaping hundred pound class tarpon. These fish migrate north along our coast each summer following the bait pods. Sometimes they can be seen behind the s more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-07-13
12:56 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - JULY, 2012 Summer is in full swing now that July has settled in. The kingfish tournaments are cranking up,and the kingfish are arriving in the nick of time. Later in the month the Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament will take place with hundr more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-03-07
10:17 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - March is a transition month here in NE Florida. The cold fronts are weaker, and the water starts to warm up a bit. The wind, however, can be a challenge. Northeasters can blow for several days and make things difficult. Strong westerly winds cre more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-02-19
2:40 PM

Inshore/nearshore report - his is usually the month of our coldest water temperatures; however, the weather was almost Spring-like for the first part of the month with the water in the mid to low 60's. We had a hard freeze last week,which took the temps down into the 50's, so more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2011-11-04
10:38 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - I apologize for not posting a report recently. I have been in Canada for a solid month fly fishing for Atlantic salmon. Also, on my return home I had a beautiful new Skeeter bayboat to bring online. We've had a strong northeaster blowi more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2011-08-10
8:09 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - People on shore are sweltering in 95-100 degree heat, while we fishermen ply our trade atop 76 degree water. That's as close as you can get to outdoor air conditioning in Florida. The king mackerel have been biting better recently, which is good more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

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