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Fishing Reports by Capt. Dave Sipler


2003-09-07
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - TIS THE SEASON.......again! It's about that time of year again to grab your flack vest, helmet and anti-BS devices. WHAT? Yep, everytime I actually watch the local doom and gloom report on either channel 4,30,17, or 12, aka: the News Hour( more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-30
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - The Gathering of T-A-R-P-O-N. 8/31/03 This week me and my clients have taken advantage of the local Tarpon gathering. The water temp is up and even before the sun hits the water, the temp seems to be at least 75 degrees. This w more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-22
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - Battle at the Bar! The battle's at the bar??? That's St. Johns River bar, or what the old timers call the inlet. It's ready to go folks. BIG REDS, don't be fooled, by a mere 28 incher. I'm talking 28 pounder! Go with someone who specialize more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-17
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - A CHANGE HAS COME, HURRAY!!! If you frequent my reports page, recieve them as an e-mail or how ever you read them, you surely noticed that our water temp was a huge issue, during the last few months. It's not all over, not at least till the Fat more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-11
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - Where are the BIG fish? Right here. Let me pose this question to you. Where can you fish on a 3/4 day (6 hrs) in N.E. Florida right now with our whacky water temps, and have at least 10-15 fish over 15 pounds, and some over 20 pounds, with mul more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-08
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - TARPON, MULLET, & ALOT OF SWEET WATER This report isn't about catching Tarpon, (the badest fish in our coastal waters), but more like a heads-up on what's actually going on. Almost every single day, the North jetty at the famed St. Johns River I more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-04
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - This action is so HOT, if you don't have fun, you need to forget about fishing!!! Near-Coastal Report - 8/4/03 The water was warmer yesterday, and the incoming tide was so absolutely green and clear that we could see fish swimming down on more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-08-01
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - What a week....Highs and Lows Had a Tarpon charter today, 8/1/03. And wouldn't ya think since last Sunday's Tarpon catch I was stoked as hell? Yes sir......I was. Ran towrds my spot and stopped at 4 shrimp boats to get chum. Each one more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-07-30
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - My BIG water is turning around... What I mean about big water is that, I don't fish lil muddy streams of water. But rather the Ocean, it's sounds, inlets, and the big rivers that they flow out of. Why, hopefully BIG FISH! And my good more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2003-07-28
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - The Tropical Wave was a dud, but it did something, good. It's been very tough going when you love catching Tarpon. And I'm one of them. Last week we had a Tropical Wave come by in the Atlantic, which me and my friends were hoping was gonna pack s more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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