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Fishing Reports by Capt. James Howard


2010-06-18
4:38 PM

Trying to Stay Cool... - Getting on the water early doesn't mean you can beat the heat but at least you can avoid direct contact with the sun for a few hours. As hot as it is right now the humidity makes it even worse. With temperatures staying close to 80 at night it ha more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-06-11
11:29 PM

Seeing Red! - The Red fishing is as good as it has ever been in the back waters of North Florida right now. There are plenty of fish and the quality is also good. Lots of fish in the 4 to 8 pound range and they are not shy… Pick any oyster mound or deep cut i more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-06-05
11:11 AM

No Shortage of Heat or Fish! - The Flounder gigging has been up and down even though the other night we did get 17 fish. Last week we gigged for 3 hrs and only saw a few Flounder. The Sheepshead have been everywhere in the creeks but they are hard to gig! The Red fishing remain more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-05-28
3:03 PM

Good Fishing in Jacksonville Florida... - The creek fishing has been on fire for several weeks now. The Red fish are everywhere and very eager to eat. The size range is from 15 inches to 30 inches and all between. The bait hasn't been an issue at all. Crabs, shrimp and mud minnows have all w more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-05-20
3:36 PM

Jacksonville Florida May 2010 - Another slow gigging trip but a stop at the Red hole at day break before heading home was a nice ending to 3 hours of pushing the boat around looking for Flounder… I am certain that the Flounder are just not moved in good yet. Sometimes things a more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-05-13
9:23 AM

Jacksonville Florida May 2010 - The fishing has been good to say the least. The Flounder are steady on there move in and the larger Trout are starting to show up in some of my spring areas also. I have heard some great reports on the Cobia on the beach also the last week or so. more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-05-06
10:20 AM

April 27th 2010 Jacksonville Florida - Last Tuesday April the 27th fishing with Adam Harris and his father it was a stroke of luck that we landed on a bite that was out of the wind! The reason I mentioned the wind is because it had been blowing 20 plus for several days and had the wate more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-04-30
1:16 AM

Windy Week late April 2010, Jacksonville Florida - No shortage of wind the last 4 days in fact Monday and Tuesday 26th and 27th were some of the windiest days this year. Blowing from the West it has had the tides very low. There have been plenty of Rat Reds in the creeks and some slot size fish a more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-04-22
5:00 PM

On The Move... - Another gigging trip in the books for 2010. There was only about 2 hours of dark left at the right tide to gig last Sunday morning so I took some rods to do some fishing when the sun came up. Since we didn't have long to Flounder gig we were limit more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-04-16
1:59 PM

Let The Gigging Begin... - Not too many reports on the Flounder yet but knowing they could move in any time I had to try gigging. The one thing I always try to do is catch that first hard push of Flounder into the river and the creeks… Also with the water still a little coo more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville

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