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Think Fall Jax Fishing

Capt. Dave Sipler
September 8, 2016
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

video link: https://youtu.be/upONmQ2Foxc

SAYS IT ALL.....

Time to think ahead. Time to bring your best gal.

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It's getting cooler. From here on out, it's time for Big Ole Redbass!

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I'm ready!

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I call Sept. a fall month. So far after the Storm we had pass, it's already cooler in NE Florida.

Time to focus on the inlet and River once again. The Redfish, Croakers, Whiting, and a few Black Drum thrown in, simply bottom fishing is the plan.

Baits like Mullet, Pogies, and just as simple as Jumbo fresh dead shrimp will work, along with Crabs, and Ladyfish steaks if you get one.

Soon as the Mullet start moving big time. It's seriously game on!

The POWERFUL full Moon in October ought to take care of all that. But, I rarely recommend fishing those Full Moon screaming tides next month without some prior planning.

The passing of Hurricane Hermes, did zero here to really help us in the way of lots of rain. We could have used a lot more.

My October calendar is filling up with the best TIDE DATES.

MY DAILY REPORTS BLOG is where I have all the last going on:
http://blockurl99.blogspot.com/ - book mark it.

Jacksonville Fishing Forecast:

Always plan ahead

as of Oct. 1 always have a back up fishing day

See my website for weekday specials
www.captdaves.com

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Inshore fishing the St. Johns River, and estuaries around Jacksonville, Florida provides year round opportunities for Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Black Drum, and Sheepshead to name just a few. Plus, seasonal favorites such as Shark, Tripletail and Pompano. The legendary Mayport Jetties are mile long piles of huge granite boulders that protect the inlet to the St. Johns River from the Atlantic Ocean. Around these jetties is some of the best and most consistent fishing.

Contact Info:

Capt Dave Sipler's Sport Fishing
Departing from:
4870 Ocean St.
Mayport, FL 32223
Phone: 904-642-9546
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