Orlando Florida Bass Fishing Guide Report
The fish seem to be moving around a little more as the water temps begin to
cool down with fall arriving.Before this week in order to catch
a good number of fish you needed to fish a lot of different spots and catch a few in
each area through out the day but on Saturday my client Mike W was greeted
with a surprise at the first shiner spot we fished.The action was non stop from
6:30 am until 9 am and every shiner that hit the water was smashed by a St Johns River Largemouth Bass.Mike caught 15 from the first area we fished and many of the
fish were in the 3 to 5 LB range.We finished out this 6 hr trip running and gunning
looking for one of the many St Johns River Trophy Bass that live in this area but
had no sucsess.We are going through the time of year here in Central Florida
when the water temps will stay the same 24 hrs a day but once we get a few nights
in the mid 60's we will see those nice 70 degree water temps we all look forward to
each year.We should start to see the fall shad run kick into gear sometime next month and this will get these St Johns River Bass schooling on main river points
and shell beds and the artificial bite will get red hot.
The St Johns River is only minutes from Orlando,Disney World and Daytona Beach!!
Thanks From Eddie Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients
To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 30 Years.
www.flasaltadventures.com for Saltwater Trips By Captain Ed Bussard
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.