Orlando, FL - Lake Toho, Clermont Chain & The Kissimmee Chain
Capt. Tim Fey
March 27, 2005
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report
Today was our final day with Bill from Illinois.
We started the day out on the extreme south end of Lake Louisa, picking up 2 quick ones before the bite just went away.
From there we moved up the river and over to Lake Winona, picking up another quick one and again, the bite went away. This seemed to be the pattern for the entire day, one or two quick bites and then it shut down.
Water temps had started out at 70 degrees and slowly climbed up to 73 degrees, along with a steady breeze with a few good gusts of wind. After leaving Lake Winona we headed back to the Palatlakaha River and worked the river all the way back to Lake Louisa, picking up a few here and there, Baits of choice were Baby Bass Kinami Flash and Gene Larew Craws, Black with red flake. We had gotten into a school on the river with two missed hookups, after that, no matter what we threw at them, they wouldn't touch anything.
Both the Nothern and southern ends of Lake Louisa have been producing pretty good, tight to grass patches and tight to the cypress trees has been the key,another week of warm weather and the top water bite is really gonna heat up out there so dont miss out on the action.
Till my next report, tight lines, happy Easter and good fishing
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