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Jacksonville Fishing Reports


2004-06-15
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - TARPON, REDFISH, SHARKS.....MOTHER OF ALL CREATURES BIG AND SMALL It was an unbelievable start to June of ’04. Usually it’s “mid” June till I start cookin’ on the Tarpon, but the full moon came on the 2nd and all hell broke loose! (it’s real sim more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-06-06
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - POWER AND PUNISHMENT, IT FEELS SO GOOD. That’s what a Tarpon means to me. When the “burn” starts in your arms and back it feels so very good. The mighty Silver King, reigns supreme! But if this is your first saltwater fish and first spor more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-05-24
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - GET READY TO..........PULL AND REEL Summer is a very exciting time of year, because the BIG fish like Tarpon and of course, Mr. Shark the Rodney Dangerfields of the fish world, (no one gives them the respect they demand.) They’re gearing up t more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-05-12
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - NEW RADIO SHOW.....ALL ABOUT FISHING WITH CAPT DAVE SIPLER It's been years that I've wanted to do this, and have finally recieved the chance. As of Saturday, June 5th there's a new Sports News Radio, Fishing Show on the air waves!!!! 7AM t more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-05-07
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - A LOOK AT THE COASTAL SCENE FOR SUMMER TIME. This is the time of year when you just don’t know what will eat a big lively bait, or even a small bait, for that matter. A few years ago in early May I had a “reality check” of what can happen when more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-04-19
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - IF IT'S WHOPPERS YOU CRAVE, I'VE GOT'EM. I've been busier than a one armed bandit in Las Vegas. And that's a good thing. The '04 fishing season has really kicked off big time. It was a bit slow on the take off, with weekly set backs as more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-04-08
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - The FLOAT FREAK, is at it again. (do you wanna be a freak too) Float Freak here, signing in to let ya all know.....IT'S GOIN OFF like no tomarrow! Don't know what float-fishing is all about, then maybe get ole Fish-tails off hi more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-04-01
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - FISHIN'IS GREAT IN N.E. FLORIDA - The tale of Big Reds Rescheduled today APRIL 1, I guess the weather is even in on this game of April fools! It sure did fool my charter today at 7am, 40 degree temps and 25 kt winds had them standing at the boat more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-03-22
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - THE SWEET SMELL OF SPRING As I sit here behind my desk typing this, I’m a bit shocked. The wind is about gale force, and the air temp. has to be a high of 45 degrees this morning. What a huge difference from the last week. I just finished up sever more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville


2004-03-15
12:00 AM

Jacksonville Fishing Report for Amelia Island & Mayport - MANTA RAY, AN EARLY SIGN? Man, what a week. Things are really picking up out there on the BIG water. Just yesterday a buddy of mine caught a small Manta Ray, at the inlet.(So what?...is that what your thinking??) Well, since good ang more...
Capt. Dave Sipler - Jacksonville

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Chokoloskee (70)

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Daytona Beach (50)

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Flamingo (1129)

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Fort Myers (1279)

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Florida Fishing Reports Grouped by Region:

1. Florida Keys and Florida Bay (2695)

2. Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) (5430)

3. East Florida (Jupiter to Canaveral) (3756)

4. Northeast Florida (New Smyrna Beach to Jacksonville) (1178)

5. Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) (4435)

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7. Panhandle and Big Bend (Suwannee to Pensacola) (2319)

8. Freshwater (827)


Florida Regional Map Florida Keys and Florida Bay Southeast Florida (Miami to Palm Beach) East Florida (Jupiter to Cape Canaveral) Northeast Florida (Cape Canaveral to Jacksonville) Southwest Florida (Cape Sable to Boca Grande) West Florida (Boca Grande to Cedar Key) Panhandle and Big Bend (Cedar Key to Pensacola) Freshwater (Gainesville, Orlando, Okeechobee, South FL)

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