Exciting Fishing Charters in Jacksonville, FL
More Than 25 Years in Business
Have Fun with Our Year Around Fishing Charter in Jacksonville, FL
Looking for an outdoor adventure in Jacksonville Florida? Try an exciting day of Sportfishing aboard the 26′ JETTYWOLF.
Capt. Dave is a full-time, licensed, Captain & Jacksonville fishing guide, since 1996. With more than 25 years of experience in taking thousands of people from all over the world on private fishing charters, out of Jacksonville Florida’s, ”Mayport Fishing Village”.
Capt. Dave is a great instructor and will take the time to teach you the local techniques. You’ll primarily be fishing the protected inshore saltwater of the St. Johns River & Inlet or ‘seasonal’ Deep Sea Fishing Jacksonville’s artificial and natural reefs. Capt. Dave also welcomes visitors from Amelia Island, Fl. to the north. SO, LET’S GO FISHIN’.
A Fishing Trip to Remember
Since 1996, Capt. Dave has been working as a full-time fishing guide for the residents and visitors of Jacksonville. With thousands of customers over those years, Capt. Dave developed the motto: “no long boat rides.” Why? Because he realized that he and his guests both had one thing in common—they love to go on fishing trips to fish, not to ride in a boat. All fishing charters are a maximum of 4 people. See Dave’s rates page for more information.
Departing from the Mayport Boat Ramp—or the Sisters Creek Boat Ramp—you will begin your trip on the “Jettywolf.” This is Capt. Dave’s 26-foot, all-welded commercial aluminum boat. It received its name thanks to Dave’s amount of time at the Mayport Jetties—A.K.A. the St. Johns River Inlet to the Atlantic Ocean.
The mile-long Jetties feature giant granite boulders stacked in a pyramid shape on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the St. Johns River. This large, man-made structure dominates the area and has become the home to all kinds of diverse fish species throughout the years.
Depending on the season and weather conditions, your fishing charter will take you to the river, the inlet, coastal ocean waters, offshore and nearshore reefs, and anywhere else that promises to offer good bites. Most of the time, a long boat ride is simply not necessary to have a fun day of fishing.
“It’s really simple. Lines in the water are what catch fish!” – Capt. Dave