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Insane fishing action

Capt. Josh Fritz
April 23, 2016
Hernando Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Insane inshore fishing action is right now. Fishing along Hernando beach waters is very good right now with a lot of game fish on the prowl and ready to eat. Red fish are in large schools on the other points and Islands these fish are in middle to over slot fish 22 to 32 inches look for mullet schools and structure for holding a lot of reds. Incoming tide has produced the best bite and live bait is the way to go for non stop action. Live green backs and pin fish free lined or under a cork is my go to set up. Sea trout are in 3 to 5 feet of water, target grass flats and oyster bars. Live green backs will always get them but soft plastic baits such as the mirrolure little Jon's in white and root beer has been the ticket. Snook are all over the mangroves shorelines and rock piles, live green backs are the best bait to use. Incoming or outgoing tide is producing great action. Cobia are here in all depths of water from 2 feet to 20 feet. In shallows look for the hanging around sting rays and free swimming just under the surface of the water. Soft plastic baits or live bait will get them interested. Triple tail are around in shallows and deeper water old crab floats or and floating structure is a key for finding these awesome fish. Live shrimp free lined or small green backs will do the job. 

Fishing is off the hook get your fishing gear ready and stop into precision tackle for your fishing needs. 

Book your fishing trip asap dates full up very fast come get on this great fishing action

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16655 Crossandra Lane
Spring Hill, FL 34610
Phone: 352-345-9304
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