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Fishing Reports by Capt. Chad Starling


2009-04-06
7:34 PM

Team Buck Rogers Offshore Report 04-05-09 - The ocean was a lake this morning. There was only about a 1-2 foot swell and it stayed that way all day with a slight breeze from the south. Absolutely gorgeous! I like it when the weather man screws up in my favor. it still doesn't even out though. more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-04-02
9:08 PM

Team Buck Rogers Offshore Report 04-02-09 - St. Augustine, FL - What does a man have to do to get a break in the weather? Well after watching the wind over the past couple weeks and the storms over the past couple days; and seeing the 90% rain chance for today, my hopes of today being my window were dwindling fas more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-03-17
10:00 AM

Team Buck Rogers Jacksonville Offshore 03-14-09 - Today was pretty nasty but I had a tough crew who wanted to catch some fish. The winds were bad, the waves were bad and it was so foggy you couldn't see your hand in front of your face. Well you could see your hand but you getmy point! The fog stayed more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-03-02
5:08 PM

Sales Tax on Fishing Charters? - Attention everyone!!! This is a lot to read, but it is very much worth it. I'm sending this to you so that you know what's going on in the fishing industry. Please make time to read it. As it stands right now there is a sales tax exemption i more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-02-16
10:34 AM

Jacksonville Offshore Charter Report - We beat the cold front today and went offshore. The water temperature was really cold so we had to go out to 25 miles before I was happy with the water temp. Even at 25 miles it was only 60 degrees. We found seabass every where we went but we kept mo more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-02-09
7:59 PM

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report - You'll hear no complaints from me on the weather today for a change. It was absolutely beautiful. We headed offshore wide open, fished all day, and headed in wide open. You couldn't ask for a more beautiful day! We caught several snapper but we had t more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2009-01-13
3:59 PM

Atlantic Offshore Fishermen Please Read!! - Let me begin with a quick recap: Recently the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council (SAFMC) collected some information that grouper and vermillion snapper in the South Atlantic waters (which is our fishery) is being overfished (this is hogwash!) more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2008-12-26
5:47 PM

Snapper Frenzy! - Today was absolutely gorgeous. You don't get many days like today this time of the year on the Atlantic side of the state so we took advantage of it. I had the CSX crew again today and they rememebred how we did it last time. We started at 25 miles o more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2008-12-22
9:32 PM

Fish are biting on both sides of the state! - With the winds and waves not being very favorable this past week on the East Coast, Team Buck Rogers flipped the coin and went to the west coast. Wednesday (Dec 17th) we fished out of Steinhatchee, FL and went out about 30 miles. We caught at least 4 more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Steinhatchee


2008-12-07
9:27 PM

Winter Snapper!! - Contrary to popular belief, Northeast Florida has a great winter fishery. We catch fish offshore year around and when it's cold, the bite heats up! As the cooler weather begins to cool the water temp down from the hot summer heat, the fish begin to m more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville

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