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Fishing Reports by Capt. Keith Tomlinson


2010-08-05
8:43 AM

Lets go fishin - It was hot last week, but the gulf was calm and the fishing was fantastic. The best bite was early on the outgoing tide. The red fish were hard to find at times, but other species like trout, mackerel, sea bass, and sharks were giving my clients non more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-07-27
7:04 PM

Summer in full swing - Summer is in full swing, and it is hot! Knowing we must deal with this summer heat, it is crucial for us anglers to hit the water as early as possible. By doing this, it is more comfortable and greatly increases the odds of catching fish. The sha more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-07-11
6:39 PM

Trout fishing on fire - The rain cooled things down a bit last weekend. It was a nice break from the summer heat. It did not take long for the heat to return putting us right back into the summer pattern. Fishing this time of year is very predictable. Get out early to beat more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-06-29
10:57 PM

Hernando Beach fishing - Bulldog Fishin - The fishing out of Hernando Beach has been great. The inshore bite continues to be good early in the day. Look for your shallow water species like snook and red fish at day break and move to deeper water as the days heat sets in. The deep more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-06-23
7:40 PM

Get out early to beat the heat - Summer is here and it is hot! The best bite has been early before things get hot. This is especially true for the near shore anglers. I like to hit the skinny water early in the morning and move to deeper water later in the day. The backcountr more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-06-18
9:53 PM

Hernando Beach inshore fishing report - Fishing has been fantastic out of Hernando Beach. The hot bite has been trout in 8 - 10 ft of water. We are catching our limit of specs nearly every trip. The trout might be hot, but the weather is hotter. I like July because I can fish early in more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-06-08
10:57 PM

Hernando Beach flats fishing giving non stop action - The temperatures might be hot, but so is the fishing. A variety of species are still pulling drag throughout our entire region. As the summer heat sets in, the Gulf waters will warm up. To improve your chances of catching fish, I recommend tryin more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-06-02
8:27 PM

Hernando Beach fishing on fire - The weather and fishing have both been fantastic the past week. Fish are bending rods in all depths. Both inshore and offshore anglers are putting a variety of species in the cooler. We have started a bit of a summer weather pattern which means it's more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-05-18
8:35 PM

Hernando Beach fishing report - We had another great week of fishing in Hernando Beach. The weather was beautiful. The bite has been great from the skinny waters of the back country to the deeper waters offshore. Early in the day seems to be the most consistent bite before the hea more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach


2010-04-25
8:25 PM

Inshore fishing is hot - The red fish bite has been good South of Hernando, but these fish are still spooked very easily. Target mangrove shore line with near by structure. I prefer to fish the start of a outgoing tide but you won't have any problems as long as the tide is more...
Capt. Keith Tomlinson - Hernando Beach

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