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Fishing Reports by Capt. James Howard


2010-04-08
2:46 PM

Ladies Day... - Ladies day is what it was on a trip last Saturday Easter weekend. On what was beautiful weekend weather wise with a low tide early in the morning it was off to the creeks. One thing there was no shortage of was GNATS. And they were thick… It's t more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-04-01
5:15 PM

Easter Week in Jacksonville Florida - Still a little cool in the mornings but the last few days have been beautiful. It's supposed to be great weather the next few days thru the Easter weekend. Along with the nice weather comes all the fair weather fisherman also. A word to the wise, more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-03-25
9:10 AM

March 20th 2010 Jacksonville Florida - What a difference 6 degrees makes in the water temperature this time of year. With the water temperature getting close to 60 degrees for the first time in several months the fish responded last week. The Reds were really on the move and they were fee more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-03-18
6:28 AM

Knowing When to Stay Put!!! - The fish in the areas I fished early this week were in the lock down mode. It wasn't a problem finding the Red fish but getting them to bite was almost impossible! One thing I have learned is this time of year if fish in one creek are not feeding the more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-03-10
3:37 PM

Looking Good! - Back to the salt water this past weekend with some beautiful weather and some picky fish! I usually don't sit in one spot for long but knowing there were some nice fish in this one area and such a nice morning that's what we did for 2 hours. We co more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-03-03
4:27 PM

When All Else Fails Call Your Friend With a Stocked Pond.. - It's always nice enough weather to walk out in your back yard and catch a Bass every cast. My friend Yale Mcneill who lives on the southern edge of Jacksonville has that pleasure anytime he wants to bend a pole. His kids have also become very fond more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-02-25
6:37 AM

A Few Good Bites! - The first day I have fished in a while when the wind wasn't howling! Last weekend despite the cold temperature it was to the water to enjoy good conditions… Phil Baker and myself had high hopes for the morning as we worked our first school of 6 to more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-02-15
5:32 AM

What a Winter!!! - There was ice in the boat when I left the house yesterday morning but the wind was under 15 knots and the sun was supposed to come out. Those were much better conditions than we have had in at least a week. The only thing we haven't seen in Jacksonvi more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-02-07
6:44 AM

If Your Going it Will be Blowing! - I hope all this wind so far this month means no wind in March! Not a chance…. February and March are usually nothing but wind and it has held true so far this month. There are still plenty of Trout to be caught but the average size has really drop more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville


2010-01-27
4:24 PM

Thankfull For What You Get!!! - What was supposed to be 10 to 15 last Saturday was 20 to 25 but the trip went on. Fishing a low incoming tide with Phil Baker and his father Jerry the first 2 hors were out of the wind and good. Working shrimp on quarter once jig heads in a small more...
Capt. James Howard - Jacksonville

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