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Happy New Year

May your fishing days be many, seas calm, and catch Memorable Stay Safe in this new year, and don't forget the Float Plan!

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2017 El Cheapo is in the Books!

The 2017 El Cheapo Sheepshead Tournament was a big success, and is now HISTORY! Yes, History was made with the winning fish setting a new Tournament record, breaking the old…

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JOSFC’s 57th Birthday

June 2, 2016 we celebrate the club's 57th year serving the fishing community of North Eastern Florida!  This meeting on June 2nd will be our annual Past Presidents / Club Birthday…

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53rd Sailfish Pot Party!

  You are ALL invited to the 53rd Annual Sailfish Pot Party!        This year the 53rd  Annual “2738” Sailfish Pot Party is set for the 28th of…

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Eddie McGowan Wins!

  Way to go Eddie!   Congratulations!  The JOSFC's own Eddie McGowan Won the Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament, and naturally the Hamaker Cup!  Friday Eddie weighed in  a 53.35 Pound Kingfish…

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Fishing Boards

The Fishing Boards are currently down. We're sorry for any inconvenience and will have them back as soon as possible.

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2011 Non-Live Tournament

 The Captain of the Year Race is off to a good start this year with two of our nine club tournaments done.

The Non-Live Tournament went off on Saturday, April 23rd with 9 boats participating in spite of the bumpy water.

The Winner was Capt. Greg Wallace with an impressive 52.3 pound 3 fish total waight!

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2011 River Tournament

Tom_Cavin_77LBWell can you guess who won the River Tournament?  Here is a hint, the picture on the left is Tom Cavin, with a 77 Lb Black Drum!   Want to guess now?  No it was not Eddie McGowan, he was being nice to everyone and came in 6th place Just to give everyone a chance.

OK, I will tell you, 1st place went to Tom!  It is really hard to beat 77 Lbs especially when it is one fish!

The COY ( Captain of the Year ) race is off to a good start.  We had 10 boats compete, with 8 weighing in fish. I believe there were 15 Anglers weighing in fish for individual honors but we only pay 1through 3 for Anglers. 

Andy Proescher took 1st place Angler with 8.2 Lbs

Jake Ogin was 2nd with 7.4 Lbs

Tina Proescher captured 3rd with 5.9 Lbs

 

The COY points broke down like this:

Tom Cavin – 10 Points

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