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Hernando Beach Fishing Reports


2014-02-28
6:22 PM

Always Fishing Guide Service spring Fishing in the Gulf - Early spring fishing is here On the Nature Coast. The days are getting longer and the fish are now moving early. We are catching real nice sea trout and Spanish mackerel just about everywhere on nice days. Bonnet head sharks have moved in announc more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2014-02-27
8:51 AM

Transition Time - TRANSITION FISH TIME This is the time when many species are in the transition move. Look for Trout, Shark, Spanish Mackerel, Sea Bass, Redfish and many, many other species to move back into more of a spring/ summer pattern. With the strengths of t more...
Capt. Joel Gant - Hernando Beach


2014-02-21
9:15 PM

Spring is in the air - This week feels like Spring is in the air with the warmer temperatures in the low 80's the water is heating up fast. Today the water temp was 71.8 in Aripeka area. Trout are on the shallow grass flats, oyster bars, and troughs. Lures are producing th more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2014-02-15
8:21 AM

Cold & windy - Well I guess the ground hog was right. Winter is still trying to hold on all over the country. Florida has its up and downs putting up with some cold weather in the Nature Coast area. I just returned from Miami attending the Miami Boat show. Words ca more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2014-01-30
1:09 PM

Say good-by to January - Well here we are the end of January. It is almost time to come out of hibernation. I am truly sorry for the weak fishing report as many of you know I am not a fan of cold weather. I sit around and play my guitar, repair my fishing tackle and make more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2014-01-26
11:09 AM

Inshore Fishing Report Hernando Beach - Well for the last week we been having some cold weather for fishing highs in the 60's and water temperature around 64 degrees . Black drum, trout, and red fish are all chewing very good I will start with black drum. When trying to find black drum spo more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2014-01-25
7:58 AM

Hernando beach fishing report - Our area of the Nature Coast has cotinues to have a lot of cold fronts move through making it difficult to get on the water. We are getting brief windows to get out and fish. The fish have been hard to find at times with the night's dropping into more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2014-01-19
6:57 PM

Cabin Fever - If you have followed me for any length of time you know I do not report on fish, I do not catch. I have cancelled five trips due to the weather. I have been tying flies and doing the maintenance on my equipment and boat. I try not to fish a lot in Ja more...
Capt. Frank Bourgeois - Hernando Beach


2014-01-18
8:09 PM

Winter Fishing Action - The fishing here along the Nature Coast is great. We have a very good trout bite right now in 1 to 4 feet of water, as a cold front pass by each week look for the trout to move further back into the muddy bays, oyster bars, rocky shore lines, and aro more...
Capt. Josh Fritz - Hernando Beach


2014-01-15
8:27 AM

Hernando Beach backcountry fishing is good - We have had to pick our days to get out due the the frequent passing cold fronts, but when we do get out the fishing has been very productive. Live select shrimp is catching trout, black drum, and red fish. the best bite has been around the high more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach

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