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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Tait


2010-04-20
8:57 PM

Redfish is the name of the game. - Redfish are holding in the backs of creeks and even trapped in tide pools in some areas.Last of the falling tide and the first of the incoming are your best net to see these reds pushing around after bait. Live shrimp and mudminnows work well and if more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-04-07
3:16 PM

The bite is on! - On a recent 1/2 day charter on 4/5/10, a party of two combined for 12 trout to 17 ,10 reds to 17 7/8 a 14 flounder with one slot fish broke off, unfortunately. more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-03-24
8:15 AM

Jetty "snapper" - Sheepshead, sometimes referred to as, jetty snapper continues to be the story in the Mayport area holding around the rocks and docks. As water temp. continues to rise redfish are biting more frequently. Bomber long a's,bucktail jigs,soft plastic je more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville


2010-03-13
12:41 PM

Slow reds and fast sheepshead - We're finding nice concentrations of sheepshead in the river around rocks and docks adjacent to deeper water. Redfish continue to be slow to bite yet plentiful. However mudflats and incoming tide are a good combination.With either an artificial or li more...
Capt. Scott Tait - Jacksonville

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