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Hernando Beach scolloping and grouper fishing

Capt. Frank Bourgeois
June 27, 2013
Hernando Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Fishing the Nature Coast has been a pleasure. But things are about to explode at the boat ramps. The wisdom of the FWC and the federal government sometimes puzzle me. Their plan is to open Grouper season and Scallop season at the same time period tends to flood the boat ramps. If you ever wanted to go to a boat ramp and make a movie, now would be the time to go (LOL). If you want to go grouper fishing in your own boat launch it south of Hernando County as all the scallop boats will be launching north of Pasco County.

Inshore fishing has been very good. Look for the cooler water as the gulf is getting warmer. The backwater trout have moved into the mouths of the creeks supporting fresh water springs. Inshore trout fishing has moved in a summer pattern heading to fourteen feet. Redfish are on the outside of the islands and Snook of course are best caught on the docks at night with the best docks to fish have lights on them.

Offshore fishing also is about to go into summer fishing, finding most of the best fishing in forty to sixty foot of water. Fish you can expect to catch are cobia, grouper, snapper, mackerel, and sharks. I could go on as every species of fish has a timeline traveling the coast heading for their summer homes.
Tight Lines
Capt. Frank Bourgeois
www.alwaysfishing.com

Target Species:

grouper, scollops

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