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Hernando Beach Fishing Reports


2016-03-14
6:32 PM

Time To Fish - Inshore fishing action is steady picking up. Trout action is good on the incoming tide using white flukes, watermelon red flukes, mirrodines 17mr in 808 and 50 color and some topwater plugs such as rapala skitter walks in swo8 in white and mullet col more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2016-03-07
8:32 AM

Game on - Game on .. Fish on ! Finally fishheads, this is what we've all been waiting for, great fishing and great weather.With the fishing in March so good, April will be even more exciting . The cold fronts should be pretty much over but we still have more...
Capt. Joel Gant - Hernando Beach


2016-03-02
11:26 AM

Bass Fishing - KISSIMMEE RIVER CANAL 38 SOUTH OF US 98 BACKFILL OPERATIONS Revision REFERENCES: a. 33 CFR Navigation and Navigable Waters b. NTN 2015-016, Kissimmee River Chanel 38 South of US 98 Backfill Operations 1. NTN 2015-016 is canceled and replaced more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2016-02-24
5:18 PM

Hernando Fishing Report - Fishing in the last few weeks has been up and down. With cold fronts passing by making for windy rough days can make the inshore fishing slow down at times, best fishing is before fronts arrive in our area and then 2 days after the front the fishing more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2016-02-19
7:04 AM

email about Bass - It's an interesting notion: Integrating social science with biological research. That's the premise upon which Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission bases its forthcoming simplifications to the state's black bass regulations. In its more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2016-02-04
5:13 PM

Thanks god for grunts - Key West snapper, gray snapper, white grunt or in our area, just pain grunts. Call them what you will but ask any party headboat or charter captain and he will say thank god for grunts. Grunts have saved many of fishing trips with plenty of thes more...
Capt. Joel Gant - Hernando Beach


2016-01-28
7:13 PM

Winter Time Fishing - Inshore fishing is great right now with the winter fishing patterns in full swing. Red fish are holing in the back bays and creeks around muddy/rocky bottoms live bait works great right now we are using live shrimp, fresh cut lady fish and mullet fis more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2016-01-23
10:23 AM

winter Hernando County fishing - I fishing both freshwater and Saltwater All I can say is Go shallow in the backwaters and deep in the freshwater more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2016-01-15
10:42 AM

Winter Time Fishing - Inshore fishing action is great right now, in the back country waters the red fish are holding around creeks, and back bays with muddy and rocky bottom. The mud and rocks will hold heat so the fish love to sit in these areas in the winter months. Liv more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2016-01-08
9:44 AM

Wintertime Fishing - Wintertime Fishing That's right, it's that time of year to look for the Convict fish AKA sheepshead. With the colder waters these fish can be found anywhere there is structure. Look around the rock piles, docks and channel markers. I used a # more...
Capt. Joel Gant - Hernando Beach

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