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Jacksonville Fishing Reports


2010-10-16
6:29 AM

OCTOBER.....the start of the BEST! - OCTOBER.....the start of the BEST! Capt Dave Sipler This October has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays, all in one month. And along with cooling water & air temps. Isn't it time for you to go fishing? I say it every single year. Yeah, more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2010-10-10
11:50 AM

Fall fishing can be great! - On a recent charter, Thursday, Oct. 7th Carl Peters Sr. was celebrating his 80th birthday with 3 of his 5 sons who came from all over the country to see their dad. In 4 short hours we managed to total 31 redfish from 14 to 24, 3 trout to 16, 2 f more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-10-05
6:55 PM

MOST GORGEOUS DAY, and the greatest crew. - 10/4 - MOST GORGEOUS DAY, and the greatest crew. Wow, was Monday the pick of the week. Even though the forecast was for wind, the little we had was perfection. And the air temp was so nice and cool. I was loving it. As was my crew the Brandt fa more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2010-10-05
6:27 PM

Inshore/nearshore report Jacksonville area waters - The last few days have actually felt like fall. The water temperature is still in the high 70's, and the mullet are making their annual run to the sea and points further south. Tarpon, sharks, jacks,blues, flounder, etc., are escorting them along, go more...
Capt. Bob Cosby - Jacksonville


2010-09-29
12:07 PM

Fall flounder - On a recent 1/2 day trip with Jeff Trout we managed 12 flounder to 22 and a 23 redfish. We were using a 3/8oz. Tait's Bait jig in red tipped with a mudminnow. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-09-19
7:52 AM

Flooded with bait - On a recent trip with John Miller,Seth,Phil and Scott from Alabama we tallied 18 redfish to 25 and 2 flounder to 22 on a half day charter. Fishing the backs of creeks on the lower halves of the tide, using mudminnows under a float. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-09-14
8:47 AM

SEPT. JAX REPORT: "What's going on" - Goings on: The Hook the Future Foundation will be hosting the inaugural Full of Bull Redfish Tournament on October 2 at Morningstar Marina at Mayport. Attached is a press release and a registration flyer. Please help us get the word out and more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2010-08-31
8:39 AM

END OF AGUST....No Sweat Fishin' - Finally...cooler weather. Overcast skies, wet weather? It's okay. Cuz, it hasn't been 110 in the shade. And as the days shorten. It's been so much more comfortable. Can't wait till that first hint of fall in the air. But we're not there just ye more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2010-08-26
4:06 PM

Flood Tide Sightfishing For Redfish - The month of September is the start of everything that is good here in North Florida. The dog days of summer are almost over, a welcome relief from an extremely hot and humid summer we experienced this past season. Anglers on the First Coast will be more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2010-08-22
10:53 AM

Bull reds - The best shot in this area for a true trophy is targeting the bull redfish found in the St. John's River system.With multiple species biting on recent trip we managed 8 redfish to 24,4 trout to 17, and 4 flounder to 18. Rounding off the backwater more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville

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