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Jacksonville Fishing Reports

6:43 AM

FISH..all over the place! - Jacksonville Fishing aboard the JETTYWOLF, with Capt Dave, at: www.captdaves.com - your full-time guide service since 1996, 12 months a year, 7 days a week. On a real charter boat...for everyone! Monster light tackle Snapper, VIDEO: http://yout more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

7:47 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - The fishing should be better this month than last with warmer water temperatures and lighter winds. The water now is ranging between about 62-65 degrees. Some of our transitory fish such as spanish mackerel, jacks, ladyfish, tripletail, and possibly more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

1:16 PM

Jacksonville's BEST inshore Fishing - I'm really looking forward to this summer. Have all new tackle for several types of serious Shark fishing. There's two species in all of Jacksonville that get me the most excited and they are; * Giant Speckled Trout * Giant Sharks within si more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

7:16 AM

It's almost here....almost - It's officially SPRING to me when the 1st Spanish Mackerel is caught at the Jacksonville's Mayport Jetties. NOT, always coinciding with what the human calendar says, thats for sure. But for this fisherman, it works. UNTIL THEN, I'll be do more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

10:02 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - March, in my experience, marks the end of winter and the transition to a summer pattern. We will still have cold fronts, northeasters,rainy and windy days, but fewer and less severe than in February. We can look forward to early arriving more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

6:11 AM

NOT Sheepshead..... - There's two fish that reign what too many would call supreme in Jacksonville. Sheepshead in the winter. And King Mackerel in the summer. I have no idea why. But of course I could speculate with at least three paragraphs. But neither of more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

3:40 PM

TROPHY TROUT TIME - I was talking to a crabber buddy of mine, after handing him a wrench so he could fix his trap puller while at the inlet. We quickly discussed 2014 so far....He stated that so far in the crabbing biz, this year is the separation between the Men an more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

11:33 AM

February Forecast Jacksonville area waters - January has been cold and windy, but we've still managed to catch some nice fish. Hopefully, February will be kind to us with improving weather. This time of year certain species seem to tolerate the cold better. Sheepshead will be biting w more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

5:12 PM

Winter's finally here, but don't fear.... - Winter's finally here, but don't fear....Just pick your dates wisely. Consult Capt Dave PRIOR, and those who do, will have a better turn out. Those that don't. Well, you're obviously a gambler type. I know I'm not a gambler. But rather a Eagl more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

1:15 PM

Jacksonville backwater fishing is on fire! - Incredible backwater fishing for huge numbers of Redfish, Seatrout and Blackdrum. The cooler water temperature creates outstanding sight fishing for schooling redfish. The trout and black drum are stacked up in the deeper turns in the backwater more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

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