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Windy Week late April 2010, Jacksonville Florida

Capt. James Howard
April 30, 2010
Jacksonville - Saltwater Fishing Report

No shortage of wind the last 4 days in fact Monday and Tuesday 26th and 27th were some of the windiest days this year. Blowing from the West it has had the tides very low.

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There have been plenty of Rat Reds in the creeks and some slot size fish also chewing. The Trout are still trying to show up and the larger fish should be here anytime. Our water temp is still right at 70 degrees.

When it starts moving up steady then the fishing will also follow. I caught some Lady fish along with some Blue fish the other day which tells me that the spring run is starting.
The Spanish that were at the jetties for a few weeks have moved on but I expect them to show back at anytime.

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Still not seeing a whole lot of Flounder but I did slip out late last week before that big blow and stuck a few Flat fish. I was also able to get the gig in a Sheepshead that night. I expect the Flounder to come rolling in anytime also and I can't wait…

Tight lines Capt. James Howard inshore charter fishing Jacksonville Florida (904)651-9557

Jacksonville Fishing Forecast:

Water temp should get into the 70's and stay there soon. Plenty Of Red fish and the Flounder are improving each week. Capt. James Howard Jacksonville Florida

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I'm a native of north Florida and have been fishing since I was 10 years old. I have been a guide for 17 years and I'm fully licensed and insured. I know the river and all the back waters in North Florida.

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2502 Arlex Dr. West
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Phone: 904-651-9557
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