Last week we saw several happy clients with some great catches. With the weather staying fairly cool for Florida the fishing has been heating up. We have had some days with the wind blowing 20 mph but we can always find a way to get out of the wind and catch fish. Fishing remains good to great, some days start out a little slow and then pick up mid morning while others start off quick with 20+ fish in the first hour. Fishing will only get better and better from now until April.
The bass this time of year are starting to feed heavily and will continue to do so through March as they forge on anything that moves feeding up for the upcoming spawning season. We have seen the first wave of bass on the last full moon and look for another wave to move onto beds with the upcoming full moon on thanksgiving. Although these are only small areas of spawning fish it starts the process of catching fish in three different stages; pre-spawn, spawn, and post-spawn. Look for the bigger fish to start grouping up more and more throughout the next couple of months.
Check out the photos below. One picture has Tina with a 8.01 lb bass she caught Sunday to take home Big Bass Honors and 1st place. The other picture is of Captain Blake with a solid 6.5 lb fish he caught Saturday afternoon fun fishing. Also check out the monster as the featured image, another 8 lb largemouth. One thing all these fish have in common is they all came on a Gambler Ace.
- Little Grassy
- Harney Pond Canal
- Henry Creek
- Gambler Ace (Black Blue)
- Gambler Fat Ace (Black Blue)
- Bruiser Baits Crazy Craw (Junebug)