Enjoy an incredible day of inshore and nearshore light tackle fishing with Captain Todd Philcox of Salty Charters Of Jacksonville. Captain Todd is USCG certified and he’a also a retired NFL quarterback who has 45 years of experience.
He started out fishing for Flounder, Striped Bass, and other inshore species in the waters of New York, Connecticut, and Long Island Sound. Since 2005, he specializes in targeting Redfish, Tarpon, Seatrout, Flounder, and many other species abundant in the inshore and nearshore waters of Northeast Florida.
Join the captain aboard his 21’ Sea Pro SV2100CC bay boat, perfect for fishing the creeks, shallow flats, St John’s River, and jetties. The vessel can cater to up to 4 anglers of all ages and experience levels. It comes with a 150 HP Yamaha engine, a wireless trolling motor, a live bait tank, an ice-box, and top-notch marine electronics and safety gear.
The charter will cover all the needed equipment, from the best professional Penn reels to live bait (usually prepared before the trip), and lures. Just make sure to bring your own fly fishing gear if you’d like to focus on this style. The captain will also clean and fillet all your hard-earned catch free of charge and provide fishing licenses and bottled water.
Captain Todd invites you to share his love for fishing and the joy of boating – don’t miss the opportunity to join him on the water!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Captain
About this listing
Sea Pro (Bay boat) originally built in 2006. Powered by a 150HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.
Types of Fishing
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Jacksonville Fishing Calendar
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