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Jacksonville/Amelia Island best time of year.

Capt. Ron Schurr
November 11, 2014
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Local guide Capt. Ron Schurr says redfish are beginning to school in good numbers in creeks off the ICW during low tides. The best top-water plug action of the year for sea trout and reds is underway in the ICW from the JTB Bridge to Nassau Sound during incoming tides. He recommends Rapala "Skitter Walks" and MirrOlure "Top Dogs." Lipped diving plugs like the Bomber "Swim'N Image" are tallying redfish near spartina grass edges during flood tides. Small sheepshead are being caught near ICW channel markers.

Jacksonville Fishing Forecast:

Expect redfish and trout to be schooled up in very large numbers from now until April. Winter is the best season for inshore fishing!

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Captain Ron Schurr specializes in light tackle fishing for Redfish, Flounder and Trout. Flats, backwater and intracoastal fishing trips from Amelia Island , Jacksonville and St Augustine are available all year. Children and anglers of all skills are welcome. U.S Coast Guard licensed and insured. Bait, tackle, fishing license and drinks included. I'm so confident that you will enjoy your trip AND catch fish that I offer a NO fish No Pay guarantee.

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North Florida Fishing Charters
Phone: 904-707-8328
Alt. Phone: 904-346-3868
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