Orlando fishing Report 03/27/09
<p>The trips that I have been on the last few weeks have had good fishing. The only tough weather I have dealt with over the last few weeks have been the winds. Winds have been steady at 10-15 mph with high gusts almost everyday for the past two weeks, but the bite remains strong.
I have been spending most of my time between Lake Conway and a private lake. I was still getting fish on Conway site fishing beds early in the morning hours before the wind kicks up, mainly small males but getting solid numbers. On the private lake Flukes, crank baits, and spinners have been getting the most bites. Watermelon red flukes have been the most productive out of those baits. Also the shinner bite has been strong especially in the late morning, early afternoon hours.
I ended this week fishing with Rodney and his 8 y/o son Troy. It was a great day of fishing and Troy truly impressed me when he landed all his fish throwing a watermelon red fluke. Troy really impressed me after he took a brief nap, and as soon as he woke up he made one cast and landed a fish. That's a new technique I am going to try at my next tournament. Troy nearly had a 5+ lbs bass but lost it right at the boat, but made up for it when he caught a bass on the last cast of the day.
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.