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Redfish is the name of the game.

Capt. Scott Tait
April 20, 2010
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

Redfish are holding in the backs of creeks and even trapped in tide pools in some areas.Last of the falling tide and the first of the incoming are your best net to see these reds pushing around after bait. Live shrimp and mudminnows work well and if they refuse to bite, toss a 1/4 of a blue crab to them they can hardly refuse. Trout are sprinkled in with some nice trout in the 19" to 24" class common. Flounder are starting to pick up.

Jacksonville Fishing Forecast:

Bring on the spring run of flounder as they eat soo well. Sheepshead are all but over, as far as the large numbers and the spanish and blues should begin to wane.

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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.

Contact Info:

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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