Damn Good Fishing Charters In Hudson, Florida

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Everything to Know About Booking a fishing charter in Hudson

What are the best fishing charters in Hudson?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 80 trips in Hudson, and the most popular trips in the area are Clearwater Mixed Bag Trip guided by Gage, Rebel Coast Charters Fishing Trip guided by William, and 4-8 Hour Fishing Trip - 22’ Allcraft guided by Hank.

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Other popular cities nearby for booking a charter include Banana River, Key Largo and Miami.

What types of fishing charters are common in Hudson?

Inshore fishing is the most popular in Hudson as well as nearshore fishing, flats fishing, and offshore fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Hudson are: 1. redfish, 2. snook, 3. speckled trout / spotted seatrout, 4. gag grouper, and 5. tarpon.

The most common fishing techniques in Hudson are light tackle fishing, live bait fishing, and bottom fishing but artificial lure fishing and trolling are popular as well.

How much do Hudson fishing charters cost?

in Hudson prices can range anywhere from $300 to $2,800, but the average price for a half day in Hudson is $551. The average price for a full day in Hudson is $890.

When is the best time to go fishing in Hudson?

The most popular season for fishing in Hudson is summer, and most anglers book their trips 11 days in advance.

Where can I get a Hudson fishing license and what are the bag limits in Hudson?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Hudson, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Hudson. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Hudson.

Hudson Fishing Overview

The fishing opportunities in Hudson are top notch with plenty of sought after inshore and nearshore species to target across a diverse range of habitats. Whether you love sight casting on the fly or bottom fishing the reefs, Hudson has trips for anglers of all levels. If the fishing alone isn’t enough, this area has mild weather and some of the most picturesque white sand beaches making it one of the best vacation spots in the country.

Hudson Freshwater Fishing

Lake Tarpon is on the east side of Hudson and happens to be one of the most robust fisheries in the world. This lake is fairly large with a surface area of 2,500 acres and a healthy largemouth bass. This fishery is thriving due to low fishing pressure which makes it a prime spot to wet a line. Biologists who monitor Lake Tarpon found that the largemouth population is well balanced making it one of the top ten best bass fishing lakes in the state.

Hudson Inshore Fishing

The shallow waters near Hudson are home to popular inshore fish and a few bucket list species. The incredible inshore fishing is due to an abundance of excellent habitat which offers plenty of cover and prey. While fishing with conventional tackle is common, anglers who love fly fishing will want to take advantage of these prime backwater spots.

From spring through the summer, tarpon swing through the area on their annual migration with snook following close behind. In the summer and fall giant bull redfish move through the bays and channels into the flats to spawn. When the water temperatures start to drop speckled trout become extremely aggressive and feed on all the baitfish and shrimp they can find.

Hudson Nearshore Fishing

Just off the coast of Hudson, the seafloor is littered with reefs and wrecks that hold bigger and more powerful fish. A nearshore trip will put you on some of the most amazing fish without spending a ton of time traveling to the first spot. Bottom fishing around deep structure is the best way to target snapper and grouper species along with the formidable amberjack. On the fringe of the reefs, schools of kingfish and cobia can be caught by casting bait.

Other Things to Do in Hudson

While Hudson is a top tier fishing destination, it also offers plenty of activities and amenities back on land. Sunset beach is frequently one of the top ten beaches in the country making it the perfect place to unwind. If you want to learn more about the unique greek culture in Hudson, take a trip to the sponge docks or try any of the incredible restaurants. When you need to get fueled up or wind down there are plenty of other food and drink options in town as well. With plenty of places to stay and things to do, Hudson is the perfect place for your next trip.

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