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With Winter continuously paying us visits, the winds associated have forced us to fall back and punt. We’ve had clients decide to stay in the river and fish instead of canceling the fishing trips and it’s been rewarding. We’ve been catching sheepshead, black drum, trout, red fish, etc…so action has been pretty good.

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report

December 27th, 2017 – Jacksonville Fishing Charter

The wind has kept us inshore lately, but it doesn’t mean the fishing is any less productive. We’ve been catching black drum, redfish, sheepshead, and trout!


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Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report Dec 17th, 2017

The last few days have been gorgeous offshore. There’s a variety of fish to chase this time of year from Cobia, Wahoo, Black Fin Tuna, Black Sea Bass, Vermilion Snapper, Triggerfish, Red Porgy, Red Snapper, and Grouper. Sunday’s trip yielded some cobia, with one of them well over 70lbs, and several of the fish mentioned above. Now’s a great time to book a trip! 904-502-7408

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Stringer fish time of year!

Boats available this weekend!!! As the temps begin to cool, so do our water temps. The cooler water temps begins to send the pelagics like kingfish, sharks, amberjack, barracuda, sailfish, etc. further offshore and to the South for warmer waters. As these guys depart out nearshore waters, the bottom fishing really fires up. This time of year we are focusing on what we call grocery-getter trips, such as vermilion snapper, black sea bass, trigger fish, and red porgy. The best trip for this is either a 10hr or 12hr day. This also gives you the best possibility to catch a nice grouper. On these trips we regularly see gag grouper, scamp, and an occasional red grouper. There’s only about 6 weeks left of grouper season (ends Dec 31). Taking this into consideration, this time of year is tough to get a nice day offshore due to the changing season; so you need to go when the weather is nice. This weekend seems to be that time. Get on the books and put us to work cleaning your dinner! Capt. Chad 904-502-7408

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2017 Red Snapper Season Open NOV 3,4,5,10,11,12. In Jacksonville Fl, we have one of the best Red Snapper fisheries in the world, literally. For the past 7 years red snapper has been closed to harvest; during that 7 years, we had what the government calls “seasons”. These “seasons” usually range from 7-10 days per year, with no make-up due to bad weather dates. These “seasons” have only been allowed 2 of the past 7 years. With that said, we’ve had effectively about 10 days to fish for red snapper over the past  2,555 days (7 years). Introduction to the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council (SAFMC); this agency is responsible for the conservation and management of fish stocks within the federal 200-mile limit of the Atlantic off the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and east Florida to Key West. The role of the council is to develop fishery management plans needed to manage fishery resources within federal waters. The area encompassing federal waters, sometimes referred to as the Exclusive Economic Zone or EEZ, extends offshore from state waters (three miles in the South Atlantic) to 200 nautical miles. The SAFMC is a what I consider a subsidiary of NOAA. SAFMC claims to do the research and makes recommendations to NOAA to either keep fisheries closed or open them. NOAA takes this recommendation and either approves or disapproves. This year NOAA decided to be generous (sarcasm) and give us 6 days to harvest Red Snapper. The Red Snapper Dates are Nov 3,4,5,10,11,12. We have available trips available for these dates so get set up while we still have availability. If you have questions, please call, text, or email. 904-502-7408 This picture was from the last time snapper season was open in 2014.

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