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Cold is ok, windy knot

Capt. Scott Tait
January 26, 2011
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

We're used to cold in the winter and I happen to like it, because unlike the summer you can only take off so much clothing to stay cool. I can always add another layer. Now the wind is another thing, I have a PowerPole and believe me it's great in windy conditions, but 20-30mph @ 38 degrees, well you get the picture. Redfish remain the staple inshore along with the convict fish,(aka sheepshead)however bait has been the problem with tackle shops having sporatic luck keeping bait in stock. This time of year you can throw artificials and do just as good as live bait most times. With jigs and grub bodies, neutral and sinking mirrolures,and topwater. Slow is the name of the game here. Good luck and stay warm!

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Light tackle inshore saltwater charters targeting primarily redfish , flounder , trout and sheepshead.From the Nassau River to the St. Johns River and the creeks and marsh in between. We use both live and artificial baits. Rods , reels bait , tackle , license , ice ,bottled water and a photo included.

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Tait's Baits and Charter
Heckshire Dr.
Sisters Creek/Jim King Ramp
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Phone: 904-607-5219
Alt. Phone: 904-910-3720
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