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As the weather begins to cool, we get into Grouper mode and Black Sea Bass mode. Unfortunately we haven’t seen a lot of grouper on the East coast over the past several years, but between now and Dec 31st, you get your best chance to catch one. Grouper season closes Jan 1 through May 31, so book your trip now. Lots of action catching and releasing red snapper while you wait for the Grouper and BSB! Tight Lines! 904-502-7408

Jacksonville Offshore Fishing Report

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...

10hr and 12hr trips are the Grocery Getters!

The last week of July brought us a lot of tropical moisture which resulted in a lot of rain. Before this system pushed through the fishing was phenomenal! We were getting limits of kings on a daily basis and fishing was easy. Bait has been consistently challenging this year; one day it's easy to find, and other days we really have to search for it, sometimes not finding it. Since the tropical system, the kingfishing took a nose dive, and until this week it has been really difficult to find...

Red Snapper Season 2019 is here!

Red Snapper Season 2019 is upon us. Watching the storm over in the Gulf, it appears we dodged a weather bullet, but we could still get substantial rainfall. We just don't know because the behavior of the storm is kinda unpredictable. Our red snapper fishery is as healthy as ever, with way more red snapper in our waters than there needs to be to maintain other health fisheries like the black sea bass, grouper, vermilion snapper, etc... with so many red snapper out there, guess what they are...