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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Cosby


2007-06-07
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters. Finally, we have had some SE breezes that won't peel your eyelids back. Hopefully, the strong east winds will give us a break.The local kingfish tournaments begin this weekend with the Kingbuster more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-05-24
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report for NE Florida May seems more like March with the strong winds and cooler temperatures. Some days we've had gusts above 40kts! I don't know what I would do with a calm day. The fishing is actually pretty good. We had a wee more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-04-25
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore report for Jacksonville area waters There are reports of pogies on the beach near St. Augustine. The big reds should be under some of these pods. I'm regularly having incidental catches of ladyfish and jack crevalle. The water temperature more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-04-09
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report I thought the cold weather was done and then we get hit with a record cold snap with temperatures in the 30's. Hopefully, that was old man winter's last gasp. Today the water temperature was 62.5 degrees; down from the 70' more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-03-27
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area March/April are transition months here in north Florida. The cold fronts are weaker, and the water starts to warm up a bit. The wind, however, can be a challenge. The water temperature was 67 degrees yest more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-03-14
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - NE Florida inshore nearshore report March, the transition month, is here and we'll be steadily moving from our winter patterns into spring. In fact, a customer caught a jack crevalle a couple days ago, which is a sure sign fish are moving north. more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-02-27
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore report Recently, we've had a break from the cold weather. Today the water temperature got up to 62 degrees in the shallow creek I was in. I wouldn't be surprized if we get another cold snap before spring truly arrives. The reds are cruis more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-02-13
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore report Jacksonville area waters Speckled trout are closed in our waters this month, so naturally, they are biting fairly well. Since they are weak fish, release them carefully with wet hands if you must touch them. There are some large more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-02-01
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore report The cold, windy, and sometimes rainy weather recently has had a chilling effect on fishing. The flip side is the boat ramps are less crowded! On the few days in between fronts it is still worthwhile to wet a line. Sheephead and more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2007-01-17
12:00 AM

Fernandina to Saint Augustine & St. Johns River - Inshore report Jacksonville area waters The weather remains confused with almost spring like conditions prevailing in between fronts. The water temps are ranging between 60 to 66 degrees. Redfish are quite active in the creeks and can be seen more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

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