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Fishing Reports by Capt. Keith Tomlinson


2010-11-16
3:26 PM

Hernando Beach skinny waters on fire - This is the time of year to really target the skinny waters of the back country. As the Gulf waters continue to cool many species of fish will make home in these areas. One reason these fish move in is because the sea bed holds heat in the shallow wa more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-11-08
11:56 AM

MACK ATTACK !!!! - This is the time of year that our area of the Nature Coast is invaded by a strong fighting toothy critter known as the Spanish Mackerel. These fish are a blast to catch on light tackle and are great table fare. Some people will not eat mackerel but i more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-10-17
9:51 AM

Fall has arrived - This cool Spring weather combined with the great fishing out of Hernando Beach has anglers smiling throughout the area. This fishing is hot right now from the skinny waters to the deep. The back country fishing has been pretty productive. Red f more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-10-05
5:24 PM

Fall has arrived - This past week has brought some cooler winds from the North. A high pressure system settled over this area of the Nature coast for most of last week which has cooled the water temperature down in the gulf. Fall weather means anglers will have to deal more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-09-22
4:33 PM

The bite is on fire - lets go fishing - The winds made the afternoon fishing tough last week, but the morning's were fairly calm. The weather has a huge influence on fishing. It determines where and if anglers can fish, and it will cause a variety of species to migrate to a more comfortabl more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-09-16
10:03 AM

Come fish Hernando Beach - The fishing out of Hernando Beach continues to be very productive. Anglers are catching good numbers of fish both inshore and offshore. Overall, the bite has slowed a bit. We will have better tides to fish round this week end which should have t more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-09-07
8:22 PM

Hernando fishing is lookin good - As we move through September our area will begin a bit of a transition. Look for things to change a little. There are a lot of factors that contribute to this transition but history says this is a month of change. On thing that affects fish in more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-09-01
10:48 AM

Bulldog Fishin Charters inshore report - Hernando Beach - The recent rains cooled things down, but the Gulf waters were stirred up a bit. Once they waters cleared up, it was business as usual and fishing was good. The red fish bite has been good throughout the entire region. The fish are there, but we more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-08-25
2:14 PM

Great fishing out of Hernando Beach - The weather made it tough to get on the water earlier in the week, but it did cool the gulf waters down a bit. The back country fishing was a little slow last week, but we were able to boat some nice reds with a little patience and persistence. more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-08-19
10:39 AM

Trout fishing better than ever - I would have to say that last month the Trout bite took first place and will continue to be hot throughout September. Target the deeper grass flats in 9-12 feet of water. Early in the day, while the water is calm, I like to throw top water plugs; more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach

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