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Jacksonville Fishing Reports

9:10 AM

SNOW up north, BIG wind in the south - 10/30 - GALE FORCE GUSTS!! I was up at 5am. I turned on the weather radio and the laptop to do a weather check......but did I really have too? Not really. Being just a mile from the river and close to the open marsh land, I could hear the wind w more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

12:32 PM

Unlimited Catchin' - Holy smokes has the river around Mayport where I depart from been jam packed with big fat Croakers, that have become Addictive to my charter clients. Yes, they aren't monster glory fish. But many of the Croak's are big as far as Croak's go... more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

9:16 AM

GOTTA LOVE A 5 DAY NOR'EASTER!!! - 10/13 - GOTTA LOVE A 5 DAY NOR'EASTER!!! www.captdaves.com - veteran, full time Jacksonville area guide Had me a solo angler today. Mike S. Over worked, and ready for some fishing action. I was really sceptical about what would happen, since more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

8:36 AM

"H.D." - Redbass! - What's all the reel BUZZZZZZZ, in N.E. Florida right now? BIG REDS. WHY? I guess it's the mullet run, combined with the moon, combined with the shorter days, combined with the spawning big Redbass. But the buzz is just that. B-U more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

8:55 AM

Finally........some rain. - Have been fishing in the rain, running from the rain, or fishing after the rain, lately. WHICH IS OKAY, WITH ME! (trout in the rain) It's funny how no sooner do we get to a certain time of year, and here comes the water works. It more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

12:21 PM

COOOOOOOOOOOOL - Short & Sweet. My goodness has the last few days been N-I-C-E! Cooler temps have come upon the Jacksonville area. And let me tell ya'll ...... IT'S ONLY GOING TO GET BETTER. Here's what I've been doing. Visit my Youtube channel for rec more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

9:31 AM

Mid Summer, big fish action. - Although the ocean temp was 76 degrees versus the 81 to 83 degrees that would be considered normal. The Sharkin' is pretty good. I had a request this week for a Sharkin' trip. And while I was at the dock waiting for my charter customers to arr more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

8:09 AM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - People on shore are sweltering in 95-100 degree heat, while we fishermen ply our trade atop 76 degree water. That's as close as you can get to outdoor air conditioning in Florida. The king mackerel have been biting better recently, which is good more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville

7:37 AM

Hot Summer....go deep and big, or don't go. - It's that time of year on the St. Johns River and inlet where ya cannot fish a single shrimp, because of the bait snatchers down on the bottom. I don't care where you are; a creek, the river, the inlet, the surf. That shrimp will not last a mi more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

9:55 AM

Families love the "Sharkin" trips" - What is sometimes the best thing to do with 4 passengers, and two were kids under 10. When the inshore fishing is fickle in the summer heat? Well, run & gun fishing behind the shrimp boats comes to MY mind. And to Jacksonville Florida's Steve W more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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