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The bottom fishing out of Jacksonville is really hot right now. The boys whacked em this past Saturday with some big numbers!! Fun day! Give us a call and lets get you on the boat! Follow our FaceBook Page www.facebook.com/teambuckrogers and subscribe to our youtube at www.youtube.com/teambuckrogers Tight Lines! Jacksonville FL Deep Sea Fishing Charter 904-502-7408. Capt. Chad

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report

Bottom Fishing in Jacksonville is HOT! June 27, 2020

The bottom fishing on the 10hr and 12hr trips are smoking right now. On Saturday we limited out on vermilion snapper, red porgy, had some nice triggerfish, amberjack, almaco jack, scamp grouper, and some other species like a beautiful silk snapper (yellow eye). Fishing from 135-200 feet with cut bait, squid, live bait such as threadfin herring, spanish sardines, cigar minnows, and grunts!   

Kingfish have arrived! May 8th, 2020

Over the past week or so, the kingfish have really shown up in good numbers. On the shorter 4hr and 6hr trips, even the 8hr triops, we've been getting a limit of kingfish on a daily basis. So much fun to see them run so much line off the reel in such a short amount of time. Fish jumping out of the water chasing baits; it doesn't get any better than that. It's very exciting!  

Grouper Season Opened May 1st, 2020

On May 2nd, 2020 we brought grouper season in with a bang, The boys went to work and landed 5 scamp grouper, a couple mutton snapper, some jacks, and some dolphin. It was a great day on the ocean!

April 11th, 2020 – Deep Water Bottom Fishing

We threaded the needle on the forecast Saturday and headed deep. We trolled out to 650 feet, but that only yielded a barracuda assault and one skipjack so it didn't take me long to break out the sinkers. Near the ledge, the current was ripping at 5 knots so bottom fishing was a challenge. Moved inshore a few miles to get away from some of the current. It was better but still pretty stout. The fish weren't marking very good so we were just picking fish but they were adding up. Once the current...

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