LATE SUMMER into
EARLY FALL JACKSONVILLE FORECAST
This part of the year lingers on for quite
some time in N.E. Florida
So we can have many fishing plans "over
For instance, as I write this forecast the
BULL REDFISH are really starting to get into that spawning mode.
And, it won't be long till it's all out BULL RED MAYHEM!
But at the same time. It's still big time
Sharkin' time, too. Because schools of Mullet mill about at the
inlet, gearing up for the run south. Known locally as, the Fall
Good sized Jack Crevalles, Spanish
Mackerel, & Tarpon all start to gather for the feast at area
inlets, and so do the Blacktip, Bull, and Spinner Sharks.
Then, as the water cools in mid to late
October. The Jettywolf starts pursuing the hunt for BIG Speckled
Trout, with live shrimp and jigs and soft plastics.
SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU??
LOTS OF ACTION.
Book your day(s) well in advance. Because
this time of year can be transitional. Starting OCTOBER 1ST, I
tell everyone to plan for more than just having one day to fish.
Give yourself some wiggle room. In case, one day is windy, or
C'mon, the JETTYWOLF is ready to go!
CHECK MY RATES PAGE FOR ANY "SPECIALS"