Fishing in Jacksonville

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  • Freedom Boat Club Jacksonville
    Freedom Boat Club first set sail in 1989 from a single site in Sarasota, Florida, and today, has grown to 60 locations throughout the United States. A simple alternative to boat ownership, the club grants its members access to a large fleet of vessels while eliminating boating's many hassles, such as cleaning, storage, and purchasing the naming rights to S.S. Minnow. At each club location, members have fully fueled deck boats, fishing boats, pontoons, and cruisers at their disposal, which they may utilize for any number of adventures. They can simply cruise around local waters, coast to entertainment destinations, or plan snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing trips with groups of friends.
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    12807 San Jose Blvd.
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Flamingo Lake Rv Resort
    Nestled beside a crystal clear, spring-fed lake, Flamingo Lake RV Resort sprawls across 50 acres of scenic landscape. Guests park their RVs at one of the resort’s 288 full hookup sites, and then kick back for some quality time with nature enhanced by amenities including a playground, pool, exercise room, and bonfire area. They can spend the day soaking up sunlight on the beach, or wake up with the birds to watch the sunrise while casting a line for large-mouth bass and bluegill. The onsite Sunrise Café serves up steaming cups of coffee to accompany trips to nearby attractions such as the Jacksonville Zoo, beaches, military bases, or Alltel Stadium. Additional amenities include a general store, laundry room, and bathhouse, as well as rental cabins and a banquet hall for hosting special events, such as a ceremony honoring the hawk you captured and taught to speak English.
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    3640 Newcomb Road
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Whitey's Fish Camp
    Fresh fare can be found at Whitey's Fish Camp, where diners seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Dieters beware — Whitey's Fish Camp does not offer low-fat cuisine. Beer, wine, and more are also available from Whitey's Fish Camp's extensive drink list. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Whitey's Fish Camp, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Just around the workday bend are Whitey's Fish Camp's happy hour food and drink bargains. Come order a flavorful feast at Whitey's Fish Camp, and sit outside if it's nice! Enjoy wifi here free of cost. Have a large group? No problem. Head to Whitey's Fish Camp for easy seating. Be sure to call for a reservation if the restaurant is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays. Whitey's Fish Camp welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie. You can also grab your food to go. For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Whitey's Fish Camp. Major credit cards — including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express — are accepted. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Whitey's Fish Camp, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
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    2032 County Road 220
    Orange Park, FL US
  • Beach Marine
    For 30 years, Beach Marine has been a place where customers can stop for anything boating?as well as a selection that stretches further than boating gear. On-site, visitors will find 350 wet slips, 350 dry storage slips, boats for sale and rent, and a nautical ship store and service department. They can also pick up accessories such as fishing-pole outriggers and water tubes, not to mention bait and fuel. In addition, the marina also features a number of amenities, including a weight room, a laundry room, and multiple restaurants. Those without their own watercraft can rent jet skis, kayaks, and eight-person pontoons.
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    2315 Beach Blvd.
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • South End Shark Fishing
    Catching a shark is only the beginning of the fun at South End Shark Fishing. First, while perched on Amelia Island's beaches, guides help visitors spot and reel in bull, blacktip, and spinner sharks. The catch-and-release outfitter then lets guests name all its catches before sending each visiting angler home with an adopted shark that doesn't need to be fed or taken for walks. In addition to shark souvenirs, guides use GoPro cameras to capture pictures and videos of the experience.
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    12157 Heckscher Dr
    Jacksonville, FL US
  • Amelia River Cruises and Charters
    Captain Kevin and Cecilia McCarthy have always been fond of the sea. Born and raised in the port town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, Kevin sojourned south in 1968 before meeting his wife Cecilia, whose family had arrived on the marshy shores of Fernandina nine generations ago. After Kevin worked as a building contractor for nearly 30 years, he and Cecilia opted to embrace their shared love for being on the water, and founded Amelia River Cruises in the summer of 2000. Twelve years later, their fleet is three U.S. Coast Guard–inspected boats strong, and each cruises steadily along myriad tours of Cumberland Island, Beach Creek, and the shores of Amelia Island. History buffs rejoice in narrated jaunts down the Intracoastal Waterway that lead to the Kingsley Plantation—whose 1797 establishment makes it the oldest surviving plantation house in Florida—before traveling to the historic Fort Caroline National Memorial, one of the first permanent settlements in North America. Two-hour eco tours journey through state parks and aquatic preserves, where hands-on shrimping experiences let guests identify their captured creatures before asking them the current exchange rate of a sand dollar and releasing them back into the wild. The local and surrounding ecosystem, with diverse wildlife that appears most prominently during the summer months, boasts playful pods of dolphins, an abundance of shore birds, and sea turtles who visit to nest on nearby island shores.
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    1 S Front St
    Fernandina Beach, FL US

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