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Jacksonville Fishing Reports

10:01 AM

Jacksonville Backwater Light Tackle Fishing - We are in our best time of the season for schooling redfish and trout in the backwater marsh systems in Jacksonville and Amelia Island. Clear, cool water combined with wintertime low tides have the fish schooled up in big numbers. Sight fishing fo more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

10:05 AM

Cool weather-Hot Fishing!! - The trout and Redfish catching is on fire this time of year. December through April is awesome for backwater light tackle fishing here in Northeast Florida. Jacksonville to Amelia Island offer outstanding double digit numbers each trip. Sight fishing more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

4:50 AM

FINALLY NOVEMBER....with a catch - It's finally November....aka: the second summer! I say that because I'm just as busy this month as I am in July, while we all sweat to the oldies by 8am. But now, the daylight gets rapidly shorter, the tides much stronger. And we haven't eve more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

8:59 PM

Getting closer to the BEST! - Capt Dave's Jacksonville Forecast: www.captdaves.com Come Sept. with each passing day the fishing can get better. (Better than Summer) Bull Redfish & Sharks dominate the BIG FISH categories. So eat your Wheaties! Best overall time for more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

6:22 PM

Jetty Life - Video says a thousand words, and that's why I have nearly 400 of them posted up on my YOUTUBE channel. This is what I've been doing. JETTY DONKEY VIDEO: https://youtu.be/kvMW7Cx5Z1U INLET DRIFTING VIDEO: https://youtu.be/TNjnQXFeziw more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

4:24 AM

July Jacksonville Fishing (video Report) - From river to inlet to offshore just a few miles: You tube video link, cool music to dance too: https://youtu.be/uwrC4BkX5Is RIVER SHARK -defeat - https://youtu.be/U8ukMoD3hmA WHY CHARTER? because boats are expensive- https:// more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

12:42 PM

Jacksonville Inshore Report - Capt. Ron Schurr has been taking good numbers of heavy sea trout in the lower St. Johns River and the Intracoastal Waterway south to St. Augustine. He recommends anglers work deep drop-offs, points and docks during hard-running tide phases. Lipped di more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

6:55 AM

VIDEO REPORTS: Jacksonville Florida - It's almost that time of year. Start thinking about this summer now! KIDS FISHING TRIPS: VIDEO LINK: https://youtu.be/agDcIMDvVGg COME GET YOUR SPRING TROPHY NOW. It that time also. Giants! Trophy Redfish Video Links: https://youtu.be/ more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

7:04 AM

Spring Break!!!!!!!! - Finally, all my friends are at the inlet (St. Johns River) aka: Mayport Jetties. -Speckled Trout -Yellowmouth Trout -Redfish -Sheepshead and we're catching them on the FLOAT-RIG: Here's the Video's: Spring Gators: https://youtu.be/-A more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

9:00 AM

FEB. deep winter, but we're still fishing Jacksonville! - Although February is about as deep winter as you can get. Fishing doesn't Stop, just because it can be cold outside, even in Jacksonville Florida. I stay relatively busy. No it's not June thru Sept. But, the difference is the customers. Winte more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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