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Jacksonville Fishing Reports


2012-10-22
6:07 AM

400 lbs of Redfish - YES... It's been mullet run time. And 400 pounds of Redfish in as little as a 6 hr day fishing with three guys isn't a fairy tale. And ya' wanna know what is so nice about it? -Unlike fishing the St. Johns River in the heavy current more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-10-04
7:44 AM

NOW....should be vacation time! - It's October. And already here in N.E. Florida we've had some beautully cool mornings, as I run the river to the first spot. And it feels so GOOD! I know, July is America's Vacation month. But as a die-hard Angler. For me, Vacation month would be more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-09-21
12:35 PM

A "good" Wet year so far...... - Yep, it's always a good year, when it's a wet year. The St. Johns River needs it, I need it. With tthe water in my area pretty darn salty, any time I can get alot of rain over it and into the river the fishing is always so much better. Thanks more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-09-07
11:29 AM

GET READY....days are gonna get shorter! - I have a very good friend that was a commercial fisherman for 40 years. We used to also do charters together, when I was booked I gave them to him, and when I had the need for another Captain and boat. Of course, I asked him for the help. And I re more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-09-05
10:43 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - SEPTEMBER, 2012 The weather begins cooling down this month with more northeasterly breezes blowing in for several days at a time. We also have to keep an eye out for the occasional tropical storm or hurricane. These conditions stimulate all kinds more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-09-04
5:50 PM

JAX - Summer, "run & gun" - 9/3 - Summer, run & gun It was a wacky holiday weekend for sure. Because the Trout fishing was off due to the full moon. I had a Friday and a Sunday trip in which we tried early morning top water plugs and jigs. Friday, we had lots of swipes, more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-08-21
10:42 AM

Charter special - 10 days - JACKSONVILLE CHARTER SPECIAL: They're chewin' link: http://www.blockurl99.blogspot.com/2012/08/10-days-only.html www.captdaves.com Not just another long boat ride more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-08-16
7:58 AM

Happy Trout, Happy Lures, Happy Angler(s) - The BIG Trout are on fire. And I'm lovin' it. B-U-T, only the early bird get to catch them! If you fish the right tide. In N.E. Florida, we're bound by the tides. We get windows of oppertunities. Schedule your day on the wrong tide, an more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-08-13
10:15 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - AUGUST, 2012 August potentially has the warmest water and provides the best chance to catch a leaping hundred pound class tarpon. These fish migrate north along our coast each summer following the bait pods. Sometimes they can be seen behind the s more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-08-02
8:59 AM

Jacksonville Best Inshore Fishing...starts here: - Wheww....it was a heck of a July. H-O-T, as all get-out, as usual. With the St. Johns River water recouping after the effects of not only Tropical storm Beryl, but then Debby just a few weeks later. And my best customers were usually under 10 y more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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