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Product review....innovation!

Capt. Dave Sipler
November 20, 2013
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

When I see something that I believe in, and use.

I get very excited about it.

Here is a review of a great innovative product for you conventional/trolling reels!

http://youtu.be/meqEjxczU98

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LETS GO!

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Jacksonville Fishing Forecast:

YES, the fishing is 100% in fall full fall season.
The fronts are passing closer and closer.

But that's no big deal. Its called the norm.

It's November 11th, and if you have not reserved your charter fishing date yet for around the holidays....YOU NEED TO NOW!

My regulars have learned from me, that reserving early gets those prime dates on the calendar.

IS IT WINTER YET? Not hardly as of this date. We seem behind, as far as staying cold or at least very cool.

Don't be fooled, if it does get cold. It's exactly what we fisherman are looking for.

The biggest misconception is that when it's Hot, that it's great "inshore" (ie: inlets and river) Florida fishing.

It doesn't matter. From North Florida to the southern tip of the state. Fall-Winter, time is where it's at!

Targeted species in NE Florida aboard the 26' Jettywolf are:
Redfish, aka: Redbass, from smaller keepers to 12-40 pound fish!

Speckled Sea Trout, aka: "Specks", the mainstay on the Jettywolf when it's colder.

Same goes for Black Drum aka: the Redfish's Ugly Cousin. But Oh so good on the table and end of the line in the winter months.

Toss in some Sheepshead aka: "the 7-striped jetty snapper" for good light tackle battles.

Just to name a few, of what we'll pursue. Either on Jigs and live shrimp, Slip floats (the float-rig) or bottom fishing.

I'm a master instructor. You do not have to be an expert. But then again, the challenges and pursuits are the fun of it, too.

Preferably, at my boats "name-sake", the St. Johns River inlet, locally called the Mayport "Jetties".

NO LONG BOAT RIDES! The jetties are just 2.5 miles from where we depart. It means more action, and more fishing time.

All charters are based on a minimum of a 6 hour day. (The tide is every 6 hrs, thats why) I prefer to NOT break up days into all kinds of hourly rates.

You have ME & the Jettywolf, for the day. Giving YOU the maximum chances at success. So, all I can say is, visit my REPORTS (click link above) and see for yourself what's been happening, or to feel like you're already, aboard....

Check out my latest Video's.
www.youtube.com/user/BLM26CC" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/user/BLM26CC

If there's one bit of doubt, still....."Just call me!" 8am-8pm eastern time is best.

-Hope to have you aboard,

Capt Dave

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Inshore fishing the St. Johns River, and estuaries around Jacksonville, Florida provides year round opportunities for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Black Drum, and Sheepshead to name just a few. Plus, seasonal favorites such as Shark, Tripletail and Pompano. The legendary Mayport Jetties are mile long piles of huge granite boulders that protect the inlet to the St. Johns River from the Atlantic Ocean. Around these jetties is some of the best and most consistent fishing.

Contact Info:

Capt Dave Sipler's Sport Fishing
Departing from:
4870 Ocean St.
Mayport, FL 32223
Phone: 904-642-9546
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