Orlando Bass Fishing report
<p>The summer fishing is in full swing here in Orlando . Early morning I have been fishing shallower water with weightless sinkos, and spinning baits. Once the sun comes up, I start my way into deeper water, fishing patches of grass and hydrilla. As the day progresses and the sun is beating down on us, I move into deeper water throwing deep water crank baits or a Carolina rig. In the deeper water I have been looking for deep brush piles or hydrilla. Despite the fact that the fish slim down during the summer months, fishing deep hydrilla is still producing fish in the 5 plus pound range. Occasionally Iíll run into a school of fish feeding on shad, and will throw a slightly weighted or weightless fluke. Depending on the afternoon cloud cover, Iíll switch gears and start throwing topwater baits around scattered grass, which is producing catches. Evening fishing has been non-existent most of the month of June because of strong thunderstorms. I love to fish in the evening hours so the past month has been killing me, but the rain is helping with the low water levels we have been facing the past year. If you can handle the heat and humidity, great summer fishing is a reality here in Florida .
About The Author: Captain Kevin Przybyl
Company: Orlando Trophy Bass
Area Reporting: Orlando
My name is Capt. Kevin Przybyl, I am 26 years old, married and I have been a fishing guide in Central Florida for over a year. I am originally from Buffalo, NY and moved here a short time ago.Prior to my move to Florida I was a Paramedic for 6 years. During my shifts I would bring my rod and gear to fish anywhere I could. Once I moved to Florida I began fishing professionally as a guide. I have been competing in tournaments since the beginning of 2006 and have had great success. I enjoy sharing all my skills with my guests each and everyday.