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Bass Fishing Guide Report From Orlando To Daytona Beach FL

Capt. Ed Bussard
June 9, 2010
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report

The past week I have had clients wanting to fish for numbers of fish and not
really spend time fishing for Trophy Bass.We have stuck with the main River
schooling fish and have put numbers in the boat on each trip with most days
boating 15 to 25 fish each day up to 7 pounds.

The shad are still thick in the main River and the Bass are ambushing these
shad on main river shell beds.Shell beds in the middle of the main Channel
have been the best by far.

Rattle Traps,Hard Jerkbaits and a Bitters Naked Swimmer Swim Bait's have been
are best producers the past week.

I still have plenty of days open this month (June) and look forward to fishing with
you soon.I also have my Freshwater/Saltwater two day combo running until
July 1st Call 407-273-8045 for our special price's for these trips

Thanks From Capt Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients
To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 30 Years

Office 800-241-5314

Cell 407-273-8045

www.basschallenger.com

Target Species:

Largemouth Bass

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Bass Challenger Guide Service and Capt Ed Bussard have been guiding clients to Trophy Bass for 30 yrs in Central Florida.Fishing the St Johns River,Lake Toho Kissimmee chain and other Central Florida Lakes.With the sponsorship that Capt Ed Bussard has earned you will be using the finest equipment to make your trip first class.

Contact Info:

Bass Challenger Guide Service
806 E 20th Street
Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: 321-377-2013
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