Jacksonville Bass Fishing Charters2020-06-02T14:32:21+00:00

JACKSONVILLE BASS FISHING CHARTERS

Jacksonville Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 1 reviews.
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WELCOME TO JACKSONVILLE BASS FISHING CHARTERS

Jacksonville Bass Fishing in the St. John’s River has been as identical with trophy bass as any body of water anywhere in the world. The St. Johns River starts from marshlands in east-central Florida to the Atlantic Ocean. Running flows from the ocean are strong, and anglers like to fish the moving freshwater species like bass, as well as marine species like redfish and speckled trout.

The river is around 310 miles long and spans from roughly Fells mere to where she dumps into the ocean in Jacksonville, Florida. It is one of the fourteen American Heritage Rivers. It offers many wonderful fishing opportunities. The river either flows through or is fed by many of the state’s top fishing harbor. We mainly concentrate on the areas that we fish and are usually with. This is the section just south of Astor to the Black Creek area around Orange Park, Florida. One of the favorite zones in the lower section is Lake George. Lake George is the second biggest lake in Florida having an area around 46,000 acres! The relatively shallow lake is home to some exotic bass and striped bass fishing.

Jacksonville Bass Fishing Charter’s full-time Bass Fishing Guide Service and fishing charter services are ready to help you and your kids. Jacksonville Bass Fishing can be especially good for angler’s aim spawning fish, as the lake behaves like a giant fish hatchery during the spawn. The Species you can find there are, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill (Bream), Redear Sunfish (Shellcracker), and Catfish. Also, few saltwater species are there like, Red Drum (Redfish) and Speckled Trout (Spotted Weakfish, Seatrout).

The river is around 310 miles long and spans from roughly Fells mere to where she dumps into the ocean in Jacksonville, Florida. It is one of the fourteen American Heritage Rivers. It offers many wonderful fishing opportunities. The river either flows through or is fed by many of the state’s top fishing harbor. We mainly concentrate on the areas that we fish and are usually with. This is the section just south of Astor to the Black Creek area around Orange Park, Florida. One of the favorite zones in the lower section is Lake George. Lake George is the second biggest lake in Florida having an area around 46,000 acres! The relatively shallow lake is home to some exotic bass and striped bass fishing.

Jacksonville Bass Fishing Charter’s full-time Bass Fishing Guide Service and fishing charter services are ready to help you. Jacksonville Bass Fishing can be especially good for angler’s aim spawning fish, as the lake behaves like a giant fish hatchery during the spawn. The species you can find there are, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill (Bream), Redear Sunfish (Shellcracker), and Catfish. Also, few saltwater species are there like, Red Drum (Redfish) and Speckled Trout (Spotted Weakfish, Seatrout).

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JACKSONVILLE BASS FISHING CHARTER OVERVIEW


Trip Core Details

  • Region: Jacksonville
  • Duration: 4, 6 & 8 hour options
  • Cancellation: 48 hrs in advance
  • Bad Weather: Full Refund if Cancelled

What’s Included

  • Cooler, Ice and Bottled water
  • Professional Captain
  • Life Jackets
  • Boat & Fuel
  • All Fishing Equipment

Amenities

  • Fishing Chairs
  • Trolling Motor
  • Custom Fishing boats
  • Artificial Lures or Live Bait
  • Illegal to Clean Fish in Freshwater

What’s not Included

  • Certain livebait when desired, maybe additional. Captain will tell you in advance of trip.(optional)
  • Food, specialty beverages or snacks (Alcohol is permitted)
  • Florida Fishing License

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JACKSONVILLE FISHING CHARTER REVIEWS

Rodman Reservoir with Capt Ken Walker

Jacksonville
★★★★★
We're both 58 years old and have fished many places with many guides. We recently had the privilege of fishing on Rodman Reservoir in north central Florida with Capt. Ken Walker. When we awoke to a 34 degree clear windy morning, we resigned ourselves to a tough day of fishing. We arrived at the ramp early to find Capt. Ken ready in his well equipped, clean, shallow draft center console. Capt. Walker is an intelligent gentleman who has lived and fished around the world. Our initial fears were quickly relieved when he immediately put us on fish. We had steady action and caught at least 10 bass of which 3 weighed more than 9 pounds (the largest was 9 # and 12 oz). Capt Walker had excellent tackle and a continuous supply of big wild shiners. He has an intimate knowledge of Rodman Reservoir and obviously understands bass. We also enjoyed the beauty of the lake, the ospreys and eagles (it was a little cold for the alligators). We look forward to fishing with Capt. Walker again. This was an exceptional trip!
- drhook1959
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F.A.Q.

Are reservations necessary?2018-05-29T09:36:06+00:00

Yes, the fishing charters sell out. We only have certain amount of boats set for each day. The captains do not allow passengers on the boat without advance reservation.

Can I pay in cash on the charter?2018-05-29T09:36:31+00:00

Cash is accepted for the balance, you pay the captain after the trip is over. You must have a reservation in advance with a credit or debit card. Captains do also take credit cards for balance. By booking in advance, you are guaranteed a spot.

Is it necessary to print my receipt?2018-05-18T14:28:30+00:00

No, a printed receipt is not required. The captain will have your name and be expecting you.

What if I don’t receive the email confirmation?2020-02-04T23:21:41+00:00

If you don’t see the email confirmation in your Inbox, check your Spam or Junk Mail folder. You should also try performing a search in your email account for the phrase: iOutdoor.com. If you still can’t find the email, contact us +1 (888) 412-1117 and we will resend the confirmation.

How will I recognize the charter boat?2018-05-21T13:40:22+00:00

Our charter boats are labeled with iOutdoor logos, you will also have the captain’s cell phone on your itinerary if you can’t find the boat. You will always generally want to meet down by the boat ramps unless otherwise told by captain.

How long does it take before we start fishing?2018-05-21T13:41:11+00:00

The drive takes different times for different locations and styles of charters. Most inshore and freshwater charters take a 5 to 15 minute boat ride before starting to fish. The offshore charters are ones that can vary based on weather and species of fish the captain is fishing for. It could be 15 minutes, but up to 45 minutes. Again refer to your captain on his call with you and he can provide a detailed plan.

Do we stop while we are out on the water?2018-05-21T13:43:01+00:00

It depends on the customer and type of charter. If passengers wish to take a break, we can stop at scenic areas to stop take pictures, use restrooms or get a bite to eat when available. The charter time is yours, you book for 6 hours and want to fish for three hours and sightsee for 3 hours, that’s okay with us. We do ask that you communicate that with the captain, they are fishing captains and focused on catching you fish, so that’s what they do unless you advise otherwise.

Do you offer Wi-Fi on the fishing charters?2020-06-27T12:45:12+00:00

Many of the boats have hotspots onboard for FREE Wi-Fi. Due to the nature of the technology and locations that the boats travel there are many locations that may have no service during your charter. Please ask your captain about service quality prior to going, we are not responsible for interruptions of service that are beyond our control..

What are some good items to bring on the charter?2020-02-04T21:04:44+00:00

Sunglasses, Hat, Jacket, Wear layers, there’s plenty of storage. Cell phone or camera, on trips that permit harvest a cooler to take your catch home is important.

Will you take us back to our hotel after the charter?2018-05-29T09:07:13+00:00

No we do not offer this, we can help you contact a car service on the way in so that you are able to get back to your hotel.

Can I eat on the boat?2018-07-03T12:04:35+00:00

Yes, you may bring food and beverages with you. But do not throw trash in the water, it is against the law and you may get fined. Deposit trash in the wastebasket on the boat, the captain will assist you with this.

Can I take pictures?2018-05-21T13:48:24+00:00

Of course! Photography is encouraged. Our boats have large panoramic windows that are perfect for capturing your catch and sightseeing. We know your vacation photos are important to you because of the way you share them on your favorite platform, when doing so please include @ioutdoor or #ioutdoor and we will be sure to share your pictures with all of our guests as well.

Should I bring an umbrella, what about rain?2018-05-21T13:53:55+00:00