Orlando Florida Bass Fishing Guides Reports
<p>The past five days we have seen the water temps climb into the mid 60's and that has pushed these big fish into spawning mode. We are seeing new beds very day in the areas we are fishing. I have had 5 days in a row with clients fishing artificial's baits.
We have caught some nice fish up to 7 pounds and lost some really big fish that we seen but just didn't get in the boat. A Bitters Vibe in JuneBug color has been by far our bait of choice. The excitement of seeing these big fish blast that Vibe Speed Worm
as it crosses over the beds has been unreal. Starting tomorrow I have shiner trips booked the next 4 day so I am sure we will be posting some pictures of very big fish in our report next week. I still have some days open in March and April. Don't forget about the great schooling fish action in April and May here on the St Johns River when we will see 50 to 70 fish topwater days on a regular basis and some of these schooling fish will break the 10 pound mark. This is an every year
deal as the American Shad Hatch takes place on the Central St Johns River. This Shad run is something you will not see on any other bodies of water in Florida as the American Shad make the long journey back to the Atlantic Ocean in Jacksonville FL
Thanks From Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 31 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.