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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Schurr


2009-04-29
10:55 AM

Jacksonville deepwater redfish and trout bite. - I had great success on schools of redfish last week in deeper water. The strong winds have the water somewhat muddy in the shallow areas of the creek systems. We still were catching a good amount of redfish and flounder, but the bigger fish are being more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-03-18
8:29 AM

Jacksonville / St Augustine Florida fishing. - Fishing along the Intracoastal Waterway and backwaters has been outstanding for redfish, black drum and speckled trout. We have been experiencing lower than normal tides due to the full moon and south winds, which have the redfish tightly schooled to more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-02-26
9:53 PM

Intracoastal Waterway Jacksonville Report - The past few weeks I have seen more schools of Redfish, than I think I've ever seen. The colder than normal weather has the water very clear in certain areas along the Intracoastal Waterway which in turn has allowed the redfish to naturally congregat more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2009-01-08
8:27 AM

Redfish Invade North Florida! - Redfish have taken over the inshore and backwaters of Northeast Florida. Toss a shrimp or small soft plastic bait around any oyster bed during the lower tide stage and you will be rewarded with a tough fighting redfish. We must have had a great sp more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-11-06
9:28 AM

Jacksonville Florida Inshore Report - Inshore fishing has continued to remain consistent the last 2 weeks. The water temperature has continued to drop, which will trigger some great action for the next couple of months. November and December are my favorite months for catching schooling more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-10-08
11:31 AM

Gator City Trout - Fishing has been fantastic for big Speckled Trout. The best results have come from throwing topwater plugs along docks and rock stucture in the St Johns River. Late afternoon and evening hours seem to be prime times. I have found the bigger specks i more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-08-27
9:29 PM

Jacksonville tailing redfish - Northeast Florida experiences higher than normal tides from late August to December. Tropical storm Fay has also added an extra push to the already high water. From St Augustine northward to Fernandina there are miles and miles of marsh grass flats t more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-06-30
11:08 AM

Go Deep! - Late afternoon thunderstorms and high afternoon temps are the norm right now, so morning fishing trips are the way to go. I have been targeting deeper water for Redfish and Trout. I've found most of the Redfish schooled up in the deeper turns of the more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-05-07
8:33 AM

Jacksonville inshore Trout - If you want to catch a trophy speckled trout over 7 lbs, now is the time. May is one of the best months for big specks. Historically more gator trout are caught in May than any other month. The majority of the schools of trout are in the St Johns Ri more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville


2008-03-29
11:20 AM

Jacksonville high topwater fishing is great, Low tide-better - Inshore fishing in Northeast Florida has kicked into high gear. Last week we were blessed with low winds and mid day high tides. I focused most of my trips just south of Jacksonville, From Palm Valley to St Augustine. The top water bite was outstandi more...
Capt. Ron Schurr - Jacksonville

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