Trophy Bass Fishing St Johns River
It was another great day for shiner fishing on the St Johns River today. With a drop in water temp of 10 degrees in two days the fish were not very active but when you got one to bite it was a BIG FISH.My Client Robert Bell of VA had 6 bites in six hrs and boated 4 of the 6 bites first fish weighed 9 1/4 on the Boga Grip second fish weighed 10 1/4 third fish was 7 lbs and forth fish was 4 pounds.Robert lost a big fish that came unhooked in the main river and we had a Real Big Fish Break 25 LB Mono like sewing thread when it pulled through the pad field.We got a good look at this fish as it busted a 10 inch shiner on top of the water and all I can say is WOW WHAT A FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The schooling fish didn't do much this morning with the cold weather as two fish were caught on a HighRoller 3.25 we did see a few fish working bait but with the 20 mph north wind we called it quits and started shiner fishing by 8 am.I still have day's open this month and all of May and this great fishing is just getting started.You don't have to come to Florida in the winter to catch Trophy Bass because the ST Johns River will produce Trophy Bass 365 days a year. Thanks From Capt Ed Bussard Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For 28 Years 365 days a year.
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.