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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Cosby


2008-01-15
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report NE Florida waters Despite winter conditions, there are still good fish to be caught if you were willing to brave the elements. An ideal situation for the creeks is a low incoming tide in the early afternoon which will cre more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-12-12
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report NE Florida Water temps are in the mid 60's now and the fish are fired up. Slot reds are at the jetties, in the ICW, and in the creeks. Rat reds are plentiful also. Both speckled and yellowmouth trout are biting well. The more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-11-17
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters Dropping water temperatures have fired up the fish. Speckled trout are plentiful and cooperative. They will hit live bait or artificials. They like for their quarry to try and escape, ie., keep a l more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-10-24
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report NE Florida The water temperature is finally going down, and was 76 degrees today. Also, the red tide seems to have abated some, and I haven't seen any dead fish lately. The fishing remains good, with the large bull reds pr more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-10-08
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters The October northeasters and soaking rains have finally slacked off for a few days. The St. Johns River system, ICW, and creeks are all above normal water levels due to the record rains. We also ha more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-09-07
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters The water is cooling slightly with the current northeaster. The shrimp and mullet should be flowing out of area inlets stimulating tarpon and redfish activity. Loads of mangrove snapper have inv more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-08-19
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report for Jacksonville area waters We're now in the depths of summer and the ocean temperatures are pushing 86-87 degrees. The creeks are heating up to 90 degrees plus, so fish them early and late when the predators are not too more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-07-28
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report jacksonville area waters The tarpon are finally moving into our waters in some numbers escorting the migrating pogie pods. This afternoon I saw tarpon crashing some pods right behind the breakers near my house. During the more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-07-14
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters We are definitely in our summer weather pattern with fishing early, dodge storms in the afternoon, and maybe fish after they pass through. We are also in the midst of the summer kingfish tournament more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-06-21
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report NE Florida I'm seeing more tarpon around the Mayport jetties, which is encouraging. The pogies are scattered, but you can catch greenies on bait rigs at the jetty tips. I'm getting reports of plenty of shark action behin more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

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