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Jacksonville Fishing Reports


2012-04-19
7:20 AM

BUSY APRIL, lessons learned - Timothy Geitner was on CNN the other day talking about how the US economy was strong enough to absorb the rising prices of fuel. So he saw no detremental effect. Well Mr. Geitner, I'm spending alot of my time sitting at the gas station filling up more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-04-12
1:47 PM

Jacksonville Fishing Charters - Team Buck Rogers - This time of year we have a great Black Drum migration. For some reason these brutes pick our general rea (northeast florida) to spawn. Usually from the middle of March through the middle of April you can catch Black Drum upwards of 100lbs with cut b more...
Capt. Chad Starling - Jacksonville


2012-04-07
9:44 AM

GOING SHALLOW, THEN DEEP in Jacksonville - What makes the perfect day....? -One Angler -No wind -A great tide That's what we had on April 3rd. Started out far from the inlet and it's infestation of green scourage fish, also known as Bluefish. They've run me out of the area before more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-03-28
10:05 AM

TROPHY SPECKLED TROUT - It's that time of year folks....(has been since January, for me) In just the last 7 days we've had (5) Trout pushing 5 pounds or better. I'd like to be saying 8 pounds or better. But either way, the fish are nice. Big Trout fishing is a sma more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-03-22
6:48 PM

TOO MUCH TO CATCH.....? - From behemoth Black Drum to beautiful Gator Speckled Trout, ya have to figure out what you want to fish for. Personally, I didn't care to bottom fish around the new moon with the hienous tides. But, had some great days on some really nice fish. more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-03-11
7:44 AM

What winter we had is OVER...... - Wow, it's SPRING already. Gawd how I love winter, only because I'm not a intense heat kinda guy. Didn't have much of a winter this year, and neither did the whole country according to everyone I talked too so far. What I figured out is I'm a more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-03-07
10:17 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - March is a transition month here in NE Florida. The cold fronts are weaker, and the water starts to warm up a bit. The wind, however, can be a challenge. Northeasters can blow for several days and make things difficult. Strong westerly winds cre more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-03-01
5:40 AM

SPRING INTO, LEAP YEAR - 2/29 - A wonderful day to be aboard the JETTYWOLF! The only thing I would have changed about today was to have a 4.5' tide, which in turn would mean more current, which in turn may have lead to more.....BITES. Tony my guest for th more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2012-02-19
2:40 PM

Inshore/nearshore report - his is usually the month of our coldest water temperatures; however, the weather was almost Spring-like for the first part of the month with the water in the mid to low 60's. We had a hard freeze last week,which took the temps down into the 50's, so more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2012-02-16
10:25 AM

H-O-T WINTER, Jacksonville fishing - Wow, if you didn't already know this. We're really not having much of a winter. February is usually BONE CHILLIN' as my dad and I make the drive south for the big Miami International Boat show over Valentines day week. TOOOO many years we left more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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