Fishing Reports by Captain Ron Schurr

About The Author:

Company: Adventures-North Floida Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Jacksonville, St Augustine, Amelia Island

Bio: Welcome to North Florida Fishing Charters. I am Captain Ron Schurr your guide. I have been fishing the waters of St. Augustine, Jacksonville and Amelia Island for 17 years specializing in light tackle inshore and backwater fishing. I make every effort to provide a memorable and safe fishing adventure regardless of your fishing expertise

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North Florida Fishing Report (6/07/2012)
[Jacksonville,FL] Get ready for hot summer action! North Florida offers a variety of awesome fishing.
Jacksonville/St Augustine Hot Winter Fishing (1/20/2011)
[Jacksonville,FL] Wintertime fishing in Northeast Florida is red hot for redfish!
Northeast Florida Tailing Redfish Forecast Sept 2010 (8/26/2010)
[Jacksonville,FL] Anglers in Jacksonville, St Augustine and Amelia Island will have over 70 days of flood tide, tailing Redfish tides from September through November.
Jacksonville/St Augustine Fishing Aug 2010 (8/07/2010)
[Jacksonville,FL] Lot's of fishing options this time of year. Sharks, Tarpon and Jacks around the inlets. Inshore and Backwaters are loaded with Redfish, Flounder and Trout.
Warm Weather, Great Fishing-Jacksonville/St Augustine (5/15/2010)
[Jacksonville,FL] May has been a great month for redfish. Despite a week of frustrating southeast winds, my clients had a blast catching upper slot redfish in the backwaters around Jacksonville and St Augustine.
Jacksonville Florida Inshore Report April 2010 (4/15/2010)
[Jacksonville,FL] Inshore and backwater fishing is great all year. The weather is perfect for anglers right now, not too warm or cold.
Jacksonville Florida Redfish Rodeo (1/31/2010)
[Jacksonville,FL] Large schools of Redfish continue to patrol the backwater creek systems here in Jacksonville Florida.
Fantastic North Florida Fishing (11/02/2009)
[Jacksonville,FL] Inshore Flounder fishing has kicked into high gear. Cooler temps have triggered the annual Flounder run. Redfish and Speckled trout are schooled up.