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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Schurr


2010-08-26
4:06 PM

Flood Tide Sightfishing For Redfish - The month of September is the start of everything that is good here in North Florida. The dog days of summer are almost over, a welcome relief from an extremely hot and humid summer we experienced this past season. Anglers on the First Coast will be more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2010-07-27
11:59 AM

Jacksonville Inshore Fishing. - Inshore and river fishing has been outstanding the last 2 weeks. Summertime fishing in the backwater creek systems can be challenging this time of year due to massive amounts of baitfish, crabs and shrimp. Even with the abundance of bait, the redfish more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2010-05-15
8:08 AM

Warm Weather, Great Fishing-Jacksonville/St Augustine - May has been a great month for redfish. Despite a week of frustrating southeast winds, my clients had a blast catching upper slot redfish in the backwaters around Jacksonville and St Augustine. There is a ton of bait in the creeks which have the redf more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2010-04-15
11:12 AM

Jacksonville Springtime Bonanza - Spring has sprung and the fishing is outstanding! Warm, sunny weather has the Redfish and Trout fired up. Lot's of small shrimp, minnows and mullet have invaded the backwater creek systems here in Northeast Florida. Last week, my good friend Lee Land more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2010-01-31
10:21 AM

Jacksonville Redfish Rodeo! - Large schools of Redfish continue to patrol the backwater creek systems here in Jacksonville Florida. Since the water temperature is cold, the packs of redfish are usually hunkered down along oyster beds. It can be pretty easy fishing, or I should sa more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-10-29
12:19 PM

Fantastic Fall Fishing - North Florida - The fall flounder run has kicked into high gear along the inland waters of Northeast Florida. Although the water temperature has only dropped a few degrees flounder are making there yearly October and November migration. Last week, our fishing club, more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-10-09
9:04 AM

Jacksonville City Limits...Saltwater Style - For the past couple of months I have been splitting my fishing trips from the remote backwater marshes to downtown Jacksonville. My normal trips are in the saltwater marshes and creeks, usually miles from any type of development. Northeast Florida h more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-08-25
3:09 PM

Jacksonville Tailing Redfish - Last week we experienced higher than normal tides. The combination of a new moon and ocean swell caused by hurricane Bill helped push in enough water to allow the marsh to flood. Flooded marshes in Northeast Florida mean tailing redfish in the spart more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-08-12
10:23 AM

Jacksonville evening Trout. - I just spent a week down in the keys on vacation, but I was able to slip out yesterday evening for a few hours. This is the time of year that the shrimp make there way from the upper St Johns River towards the ocean. I heard a few reports of shri more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-06-01
8:15 AM

Jacksonville May Report - A lot of freshwater from last weeks rains have made fishing challenging. More than a solid week of rain and high winds has the salinity low and the clarity level similar to dark tea. The upside is that the fish adapt fairly quickly and they still hav more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

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