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PLEASE keep in mind we are strictly CHARTER FISHING VESSELS.

We book the full vessel only and not individuals. THANKS!

Team Buck Rogers Photo of the Week

Thankful that Hurricane Irma has passed! Our thoughts and prayers are with those that were affected by this terrible storm!

Capt. Chad’s latest fishing reports

Post Hurricane Irma update!

Hurricane Irma has passed finally and I am blessed to report Team Buck Rogers didn’t sustain any damage. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those affected by this evil storm and hope we are all able to recover from her wrath quickly! We are open for business and ready to take you fishing. We have some great weather this week coming up and plenty of availability. ¬†Give us a call and let’s get you on the water!! Capt. Chad 904-502-7408

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Labor Day week update!


So we’ve been watching Hurricane Irma churning in the Atlantic, but our waters have been really nice this week. The fishing has been great for bottom fishing. There’s plenty of Red Snapper which we hope to have a Fall season on (waiting to hear), vermilion snapper, triggerfish, red porgy, some amberjack, and even dolphin. This is a 10hr or a 12hr trip. We also are in the beginning of wahoo season. Each Fall through Winter is the best time to fish for wahoo and black fin tuna. Dolphin and sailfish are also a possibility while doing this type of fishing. people don’t realize that in Florida, we have a great fishery all year long; we just change our tactics and our targets! Give us a call to schedule your trip! Capt. Chad – 904-502-7408

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We have open days this week

Looking for a charter? We have a boat available for Thursday and Friday this week. We also have a boat available for Monday (Labor Day) , Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Give us a call and get out on the water! 904-502-7408

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Tropical Storm Irma

This past weekend’s fishing was definitely affected by what is now called TS Irma, who is finally moving out of our area. She brought with her some high winds and quite a bit of rain which kept us off the ocean. We gave the crews the choice of not fishing or staying in the river and inshore areas to chase after some bull reds and they chose to fish. The redfish fishery we have in Northeast Florida is pretty spectacular. It’s really one of the best in the country, especially between now and the end of October. If the weather won’t let us offshore, we still have options to catch fish!

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