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Capt. Josh Fritz 352-345-9304       Hernando Beach FL 

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Great Fishing Action

Posted by Capt. Josh on August 26, 2018 at 7:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Hernando Beach Fishing Report.

 

Inshore fishing action is great we are catching a lot of red fish and snook right now. Red fish are schooling up along the outer points and islands look for mullet schools the reds are in the mix of them. Red fish are holding in schools of 10 to 20 fish per school and will school up more come September. Fish a moving tide i like the incoming tide and first part of the outgoing tide, live green backs and pin fish are my bait of choice. Sn...

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Great Fishing Action

Posted by Capt. Josh on August 8, 2018 at 10:25 AM Comments comments (2)

Hernando Beach Fishing Report

 

Inshore fishing action is good red fish are working into schools now instead of singles and doubles. We are seeing schools of 12 to 20 reds in a school and should continue to get into larger schools going into September. Incoming tide seems to produce a better bite with the reds, live or fresh cut bait is doing the trick. I like to use live white bait and fresh cut mullet for cut bait. Rig a 25 pound leader and a 2/0 circle hook look for ...

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Its About Scallop Time

Posted by Capt. Josh on June 21, 2018 at 4:30 PM Comments comments (1)

Hernando Beach Fishing Report

 

July 1st is almost here and that means only one thing Scallop Season has started for Hernando county waters. Scalloping is a fun exciting time for family and friends, we all enjoy the beautiful crystal clear waters and snorkeling for some tasty scallops. We scallop in 4 to 7 feet of water depending on the tide low tide is easy work. All you will need is a mask, snorkel, fins and a catch bag. Finding scallops is also easy to do, find grass...

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Tarpon Time

Posted by Capt. Josh on May 31, 2018 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (0)


 

Inshore fishing action is good, start early with a good incoming or high outgoing tide for red fish action. With all the fresh water pumping out from all the rain we got the reds are more out in the cleaner water like the outside points and islands. Look for mullet schools to a key sign that reds fish are close by. On my recent charters we have been using pin fish and green backs for bait. Trim the tails and nose hook the green backs or trim the tail on a on a p...

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Tarpon Time

Posted by Capt. Josh on May 4, 2018 at 6:15 PM Comments comments (0)

May fishing report for Hernando County.

 

May is TARPON TIME in Hernando County, the migration of our tarpon are here and will continue to mid July. Tarpon can be found from 2 to 8 feet of water anywhere inside of the last marker of the channels. Tarpon is a patient mans game it takes countless hours and days hoping to hook up on the mighty silver king. These fish are huge average size is 80 to 200 pounds these fish work with the tides low tide the are further out high...

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