November 2019 Newsletter

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After sharing your Thanksgiving repast with friends and family, relax in your favorite recliner and enjoy this month’s newsletter. In this month’s issue you’ll find:
– Basic Flies for the Beginner
– Bonefish Tagging with BTT
– Fly Line Cleaning 101
– Live the Stream
– Mangroves and Snook (in Jacksonville)
– This Month’s Tide Table
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
All the best,
Jason C. Sheasley
Editor

Riverdale Park Outing on the St. Johns River

Saturday Noverber 16, 2019

We will meet at the ramp at 8 A.M.  
The low tide is at 11:10 A.M.   

Under docks and shoreline fishing should be good.  
Wade fish will also be a possibility. This is a good kayak outing, you can start fishing within 100 ft. of ramp. 

We will have lunch back at the ramp between 1 and 2 P.M.  

Flies to use

  • Woolly Buggers
  • Wilson’s Bluegill Spider Fly
  • Hares Ear Nymph
  • Rubber Legged Dragon
  • Adam’s Cricket is a good top water pattern,

…and any other small top water patterns or rainbow trout flies 8-10 hook size will work well. If you want to target bass then use larger hooks.

Direction:  I-95 South and take the World Golf Village exit, go west on Pacetti rd. ( 9 Mile Road) for approx 7 miles then right on CR208 for .3 miles then left on 13A.  Then right on 214 and then left on CR13 for approx. 1.5 miles.   Ramp is on the right.

January 2019 Newsletter

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This is the January 2019 Newsletter of the First Coast Flyfishers