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    moving to jacksonville #752 11/22/07 07:46 PM
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    i am moving to Jacksonville in January from Virginia beach and i am looking for any info about salt water fishing in jax

    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: thack] #775 11/28/07 08:40 AM
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    Fishing in Jacksonville? Last year in Outdoor Life Jacksonville was featured as the best city to catch bull redfish in the fall. I live on the other side of the St Marys River in GA, n the fishing here just like in Jacksonville, is amazing. Off a dock that is in my neighborhood, i have caught reds, trout, flounder, grouper, black drum, sheepshead, bluefish and tarpon. Being from Virginia Beach you must like striped bass and the St. Marys River has those too. My email is Ruffryder51089@aol.com if u would like to contact me


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    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: MikeyMartz] #778 11/28/07 04:14 PM
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    HI MIKE, WELCOME TO JACKSONVILLE! I AM NEW TO THE WEBSITE BUT ANYWAY, I JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU THAT YOU HAVE PICKED A WINNER OF A TOWN WHEN IT COMES TO FISHING. SALT,FRESH, IN-SHORE OR OFF-SHORE IT'S ALL HERE!!!I JUST BOUGHT A NEW FLATS RIG A LITTLE MORE THEN A MONTH AGO AND I LOVE IT IT IS A CAROLINA SKIFF SEA CHASER IN THE FLATS SERIES FS-1600 WITH A 90HP 2-STROKE YAMAHA AND A 82 LB THRUST MOTORGUIDE GREAT WHITE SALTWATER TROLLING MOTOR AND THE BEST THING IS IT IS ALL PAID FOR!!!BUT ANYWAY ENOUGH ABOUT MY BOAT WHAT KIND OF FISHING DO YOU DO? I LIKE TO FISH FOR REDS,TROUT AND FLOUNDER.I CATCH SOME FLOUNDER BUT NOT AS MANY AS I WOULD LIKE TO. ALL I USE IS ARTIFICIAL, BUT SOME GUYS AROUND HERE USE LIVE MUD-MINNOWS OR EVEN BETTER FINGER MULLET BUT I NEVER WAS GOOD AT LIVE BAIT FISHING. SO I STICK TO LURES TOP-WATERS ARE AWSOME ON TROUT AROUND HERE I LIKE THE ZARRA-SPOOK JUNIOR IN WHITE AND SILVER IT IS A GATOR SLAYER FOR ME!!!ANYWAY IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFO MY E-MAIL IS STEVENFREE2003@YAHOO.COM SEE YA ON THE WATER!!!!!!!!

    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: S1T2E3V4E5F6R7E8E9] #786 12/01/07 07:55 PM
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    my name is tim i bought a house in jax on the north side last week. looks like i will be launching out of sisters creek. i saw a couple other ramps in the area but cant think of the names off the top of my head. what are some of the key places to fish? do you know of a local fishing publication? here in va beach we have several. oh i have a 18 foot nitro bay boat with a 60 merc and i am going to buy a new trolling motor in the next couple of weeks i had a 55 pound minnekota rip tide on it but it was wore out i was not impressed with it at all if i get another minnekota it will be a 24 volt 80 pound model

    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: thack] #944 02/09/08 12:12 AM
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    Hello thack welcome to jville. where ur leting in at is one of our top areas for fishing. any where on the inside of the icw is great. and again welcome to FL.

    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: maddash2] #972 02/15/08 05:29 AM
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    Yes sir just echoing the sentiment of all the other previous posters. You have picked a winner of a town to move too. If you don't mind the traffic on the highways or at your local boat ramp then this is the place to be. Offshore inshore or river fishing we've got it all from cobia to the very small shrimp there is always something to do here. So hope the move goes well and TIGHT LINES

    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: canada boy] #1020 02/26/08 07:46 AM
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    Starting at Sisters Creek you have numerous places to go,and be able to target something different all the time.PM me and welcome to the area


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    Re: moving to jacksonville [Re: thack] #1054 03/04/08 07:01 AM
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    Hi thack, welcome to Jacksonville and Florida. I think you'll like it here as we have all kinds of fishing here as the other posters mentioned.
    You can also see what's happening here on my fishing report web page or subscribe to my fishing reports, (it's free) to be able to receive them each month to help you out. You can visit it at http://vic2fish.com
    I've fished here all my life and it's amazing. I wish you luck here and wish you tight lines and screaming drags.
    Captain Vic Tison

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