Central Florida Bass Fishing
Capt. Tim Fey
December 12, 2010
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes bass fishing has been doing very good for us. We have been focusing on mainly Lake Jackson as it has been producing not only some great numbers of bass, but some good size as well. We did a quick scouting trip out here to check out a few other spots. These spots in the past have produced some great trophy bass for us and have typically reloaded after a few months.
We hit the nail on the head this day. One of my favorite spots was holding a bunch of great bass and the action was pretty steady for us. We did start the morning our using live wild shiners, and as we moved to different areas we cracked out the artificial baits.
Zoom flukes in June Bug seemed to be the hot ticket with the artificial baits. Bass were relating tight to cover and seemed to prefer a mix of coverage. Lily pads with Kissimmee grass close by seemed to be the hot spots. Water temperatures started the day out at 52.7 degrees, yes folks we are in Florida, this has pushed the bass tighter to cover where we have been fishing and has made it much easier to target the bass. Once again we have seem bass with the tell tale sores on the tails from fanning beds and we have started to spot scattered beds around the lake. Spawn is coming!
largemouth bass, crappie
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