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SUMMER FORECAST:

(visit my fishing reports page for more detailed info.)

SUMMER IS HERE IN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AND HAS BEEN FOR AWHILE.

"THE FISH CALENDAR SAYS;  IT'S TIME TO GET OUT OF THE RIVER AND RIGHT BEHIND THE SHRIMP BOATS FOR SOME FAST ACTION, ARM PULLING, RUN AND GUN SHARKIN' FOR BLACKTIPS AND SPINNER SHARKS!"   

It's all about "Sport Fishing" this time of year folks. BIG FISH, BIG ACTION. 

All that light tackle inshore, Trout and Sheepshead, and small "keeper Redfish", is a late October thru Easter activity.  If you want that, you'll have to come to N.E. Florida when the water's not 80+ degrees and the air arenít 95-100 degrees.

 SEE EXAMPLES HERE:  "SUMMER SHARKIN ACTION"

 We start EARLY....and were finishing up by the afternoon. 7am the boat needs to drive away in search of fresh baits/live baits, for the days fishing.

Either we catch them, or I'll throw a castnet over them.

 EXTREMELY POPULAR TRIPS....my 2 hour kids trips. Perfect for the under 10 year olds. (A must for even younger.)  

SEE EXAMPLES HERE:   YOUTUBE KIDS TRIP PLAYLIST

ll charters are based on a six hour day, unless it's a 2 hr. Kids trip.

Days are not divided up into some kind of whacky schedule.  And sometimes we're having so much fun the days can go longer than 6 hours, it all depends.

If you choose to fish less than 6 hrs. it's your prerogative. 

MOTHER NATURE, tells us when it's time to "go home", so that's taken care of already. 

 

 

It cost no more to fish with the best. Capt Dave Sipler is a full-time, veteran, licensed, Captain/Jacksonville Fl fishing guide. With more than 20 years experience in fishing Jacksonville Florida, the beaches and the best fishing spots in and around the Jacksonville area. Capt Dave is a great instructor and will take the time to get you fishing productively. You'll primarily be fishing in the protected inshore saltwater's of the St. Johns River as well as artificial and natural reefs near and in-shore Jacksonville Beach fishing and Amelia Island to the north. Read Capt Dave's Jacksonville fishing report Jacksonville and St Johns river cruises are also available.
 
              
Please click here read Capt Dave's Sportfishing Policy