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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Tait


2010-09-29
12:07 PM

Fall flounder - On a recent 1/2 day trip with Jeff Trout we managed 12 flounder to 22 and a 23 redfish. We were using a 3/8oz. Tait's Bait jig in red tipped with a mudminnow. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-09-19
7:52 AM

Flooded with bait - On a recent trip with John Miller,Seth,Phil and Scott from Alabama we tallied 18 redfish to 25 and 2 flounder to 22 on a half day charter. Fishing the backs of creeks on the lower halves of the tide, using mudminnows under a float. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-08-22
10:53 AM

Bull reds - The best shot in this area for a true trophy is targeting the bull redfish found in the St. John's River system.With multiple species biting on recent trip we managed 8 redfish to 24,4 trout to 17, and 4 flounder to 18. Rounding off the backwater more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-08-12
12:37 PM

Hot daze - On a recent scorcher of day, Captain Scott and party of three endured 105 degree humiture to snag 8 redfish to 24, 4 trout to 17, and 6 flounder to 19 with a few jacks and ladyfish thrown in for good measure. Most of the fish were caught on mullet more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-07-29
8:40 PM

It's time to be shrimping! - The shrimp are running and the marine species are gourging! This time of year variety is the name of the game and when the shrimp start to migrate down the St. John's everyone follows. The croaker are biting well around the Ortega area. Flounder cont more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-07-18
9:02 AM

Variety of summer - As reported last week, redfish remain active in the creeks with an obvious shortage of trout. Now the trout we do catch have been in the 17- 24 but the numbers haven't been there this year. With the loads of bait in the creeks it just reminds me of more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-06-30
10:05 AM

Flounder abound! - On a recent charter trip with Otis and Tony Noble we caught a number of ladyfish and jack crevalle to start the trip off for some fast action. Then we settled in for what we came for which was the southern flounder. My clients were experienced angler more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-06-20
7:13 AM

summer flounder - This past weekend's charter was a grind in the heat but start early and have a varied approach. Starting in the creeks at sun-up we caught 7 trout on float rigs and mudminnows as well as two lost on top water.Eight reds all small and a nice flounder, more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-06-06
2:52 PM

Trout and Reds - With just a smattering of flounder the staple has been trout and redfish. You can still get an outsized red as well as some 20-27 trout on the lower halves of the tides back in most of the creeks. Pogies are on the beach and the normal preditors more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-05-03
2:50 PM

Flounder on the move - Redfish are still a good bet on cut bait and fresh blue crab quarters. Flounder are making their spring run and it's in full swing. With minnow baits being the best bet. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville

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