Capping of the last few days of bass fishing in Central Florida, the wild shiner bite has been off the hook crazy here. The bass have just been slamming our offerings and the size is getting bigger. We have been seeing more and more bass with sores on the tail end, meaning there is some bed fanning going on and these bass are starting to get some nice bellies.

Artificial baits have been doing pretty good as well. Several nice bass have come over the side of the boat using spinner baits, red eye shad and the best bass was nailed on a swim bait. Corey was working his swim bait nice a slow, actually crawling it along the bottom when his big bass slammed it and gave him one heck of a fight.

He did manage another nice one working the swim bait a little closer to the surface and thru the pads. Bass have been holding tight in a few areas that we have been working, hydrilla and pads being the big key to not only catching good numbers, but also locating the bigger quality bass that everyone loves to catch.

Fish Species: largemouth bass
Bait Used: live bait and artificial baits
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Central Florida Trophy bass fishing
Central Florida Trophy bass fishing

Central Florida Trophy bass fishing
Central Florida Trophy bass fishing

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Company: Florida Bass Fishing Guides

Area Reporting: Central Florida

Bio: Florida Bass Fishing Guides' founder Captain Tim Fey has been fishing Central Florida lakes for over 15 years. Captain Tim Fey is a Licensed Captain with the US Coast Guard and an avid tournament angler. Captain Tim has published numerous articles on trophy bass fishing and is an advocate of C.P.R Catch, Photograph, and Release.

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