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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Schurr


2016-01-22
10:01 AM

Jacksonville Backwater Light Tackle Fishing - We are in our best time of the season for schooling redfish and trout in the backwater marsh systems in Jacksonville and Amelia Island. Clear, cool water combined with wintertime low tides have the fish schooled up in big numbers. Sight fishing fo more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2015-11-28
10:05 AM

Cool weather-Hot Fishing!! - The trout and Redfish catching is on fire this time of year. December through April is awesome for backwater light tackle fishing here in Northeast Florida. Jacksonville to Amelia Island offer outstanding double digit numbers each trip. Sight fishing more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2015-05-14
12:42 PM

Jacksonville Inshore Report - Capt. Ron Schurr has been taking good numbers of heavy sea trout in the lower St. Johns River and the Intracoastal Waterway south to St. Augustine. He recommends anglers work deep drop-offs, points and docks during hard-running tide phases. Lipped di more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2014-11-11
8:24 AM

Jacksonville/Amelia Island best time of year. - 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 dur more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2014-05-22
11:53 AM

Early Summer Fishing-Jacksonville style - The inshore backwater creeks and tidal flats have been incredible for big numbers of hard fighting redfish. Topwater plugs in the early morning and evening lower light conditions are getting crushed by huge redfish and speckled trout. Lots of tasty more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2014-01-23
1:15 PM

Jacksonville backwater fishing is on fire! - Incredible backwater fishing for huge numbers of Redfish, Seatrout and Blackdrum. The cooler water temperature creates outstanding sight fishing for schooling redfish. The trout and black drum are stacked up in the deeper turns in the backwater more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2012-12-29
2:58 PM

Non Stop Action!!! - Fishing in the backcountry saltwater estuaries continues to provide non stop action for spotted sea trout and redfish. Both species are schooled up in impressive numbers here in Northeast Florida. I had the chance to spend a few hours on the water gu more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2012-06-07
9:46 AM

Get Ready For Hot Summer Action! - Fishing has been outstanding for big speckled trout the last 2 months. The spring and summer months are great for fishing top water plugs and lipped diving crank baits in deep drop offs along the St Johns River. I have had the most success using wal more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2011-11-08
11:08 AM

North Florida Inshore-Epic! - The inshore and backwater fishing here in Northeast Florida is experiencing some of the finest action all year. With the passing of the first few cold fronts, the water has cooled down putting the flounder, redfish, black drum and speckled trout on t more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2011-01-05
1:18 PM

Cold Weather....Hot Fishing! - Wintertime fishing in Northeast Florida is red hot for redfish! One of the great things about living in Northeast Florida is that we experience somewhat of a change in season from summer to winter. By the end of September, anglers are to some extent, more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

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