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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Cosby


2010-02-05
10:41 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - February fishing report Jacksonville area waters We are still feeling the effects of last months record cold. One morning I recorded 44.9 degrees in the river near Blount Island. I still was able to catch some slot and oversize reds at the jetti more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2010-01-09
11:15 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Despite winter conditions, there are still good fish to be caught if you were willing to brave the elements. Hopefully, the recent freezes won't kill off our improving snook fishery. An ideal situation for creek fishing is a low incoming tide in t more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-11-26
11:00 AM

Thanksgiving report - Dropping water temperatures (67-68 degrees) have fired up the fish in our local waters. Speckled trout are plentiful and cooperative both in the river and the ICW, especially north. Most are just below keeper size. They will hit live bait or artifici more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-08-26
8:35 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - We're now in the depths of summer and the tropical storms are cranking up. We've had cold water along the coast most of the summer caused by prevailing SW winds. Recent SE winds should warm the coastal waters and improve the tarpon fishing, which has more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-06-27
3:02 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Summer is in full swing now with several kingfish tournaments completed and tarpon being caught in the pogie pods off the beach. Two significant weather events have influenced fishing recently. A couple of weeks ago our end of the state got 12 plu more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-05-04
9:01 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - May fishing report Jacksonville area waters The fishing has really picked up recently with the warmer water temperatures and arrival of migratory fish and bait. Spanish mackerel were thick a couple of weeks ago throughout the river system. Now th more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-03-26
10:13 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Late March/early April is a good time to wet a line in the salt waters of northeast Florida. The spanish mackerel arrived last week and showed up throughout the St Johns River system east of the Dames Point bridge all in one day! This seems a litt more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2009-01-14
3:05 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - Fishing for the next couple of months is very dependent upon the weather conditions. Some fish, such as the sheephead, yellowmouth trout, sea bass, drum, and bluefish don't seem to mind the cold weather. Speckled trout and redfish will continue more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2008-11-21
7:26 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I'm back from our fall excursion to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. I was fortunate to catch a large Atlantic salmon this trip. The only downside was missin more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2008-10-07
11:31 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - It's October and bull red time is here! The spawners have returned to area inlets and river channels from their offshore haunts once again. These fish will eat crab, as well as live and cut bait fished deep. Often their air bladder is inflated w more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

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