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It’s a great time of year to take a 10hr or 12hr trip to fill your freezer. 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! 904-502-7408

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Charters February 2020

The fishing offshore right now is really good but the weather for offshore fishing has been terrible for a while. On the days we have been able to get offshore, depending on the length of trip, we have been seeing good numbers of black sea bass, red snapper, triggerfish, red porgy, vermilion snapper, amberjack, some wahoo, black fin tuna, and sailfish. As March approaches the fishing should get even better and better. We are exited to see what the ocean provides as Spring and Summer arrives!...

Offshore Fishing is Smoking!

Its a great time to fish in North Florida right now. Both inshore and offshore are as hot as it gets to bend a rod right now. Offshore, the wahoo are beginning to show up, not in good numbers yet, but a few here and there. The bottom fishing offshore from 45-65 miles is producing good numbers of vermilion, triggers, red porgy, amberjack, and a few grouper. Closer inshore, red snapper are still prevalent, with a few black sea bass, cobia, vermilion snapper, a few triggers, ringtail porgies, and...

Grouper and Black Sea Bass

Fall usually brings our best Grouper and Black Sea Bass, but unfortunately we haven't had Fall yet. It's now the 2nd week of October and our ocean temps are still in the 80s. We've had storm after storm, along with non-associated East and Northeast winds so the ocean has been off limits for the most part. We haven't had the opportunity to go offshore but just a few days over the past 45 days, so truthfully the fishing offshore right now is a mystery. It looks like we may see mother nature...

Bull Reds!!

Since Hurricane Dorian ripped up our coast, the fishing didn't respond well. All the kingfish we were catching beforehand have disappeared and are nowhere to be found. The bottom fishing has definitely slowed down as well, but there are still plenty if red snapper and a few cobia around. All fishing should improve offshore as time goes by, but now we have to deal with another storm building in the Bahamas which may bring us more wind and much more rain. Following the storm the mullet run went...

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