Orlando FL Bass Fishing Guide Report
temps have climbed back to the lower 80's by mid day and mid 70's
as the sun rises at daylight. The past few days the artificial bite has slowed
down but the shiner bite is still going strong I Fished a full day trip
with Bill and Denise today Oct 12 Th. Our plan was artificial baits in the morning
and shiner fishing in the afternoon. By 9;30 am the sun was hot and the winds
were dead calm.This spelled disaster for fishing the lake. This is the great thing
about having all these lakes connected to the St Johns River. When the lake
fish turn off you can run up River and find fish biting in the current and that is
just what we did. Until today Denise had never caught a BASS. We changed
that very quickly today. Denise lost the first three Bass that hit her shiners but
with a little coaching she started getting the hang of setting the hook on these
Big St Johns River Fish. The next four fish she caught totaled 20 pounds
with a nice Trophy Fish in the mix. Bill was a little behind but did catch a few
nice 3 to 5 pounders to help with the total numbers count. Sorry Bill but I had to
throw that in here somewhere.
Thanks From Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding
Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 30 Years.
About The Author: Captain Eddie Bussard
Company: Bass Challenge Guide Service
Area Reporting: Orlando Area Fishing Guide
Bio: Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 28 Years.