Archive for the ‘Fishing Report’ Category


Friday, August 23rd, 2013

There”s nothing like a recently sharpened treble hook sticking out of your thumb to get your attention.Hang lures tied to rods on the underside of the reel against the butt when you”re not using them. Specially made velcro pouches are good for this purpose, and even a piece of tinfoil can give some protection. BassĀ  Fishing Guides Orlando Kissimmee Florida.


Sunday, March 10th, 2013

Although they are terribly effective predators, bass are also scavengers. Rrecently killed bait fish lying on the bottom are fair game. Sometimes still fishing with dead bait works better than actively fishing with lures. Bass rely on there sense of smellto locate dead minnows. They have two nostrils positioned directly above there mouth. These nostrils funnel water to olfactory organs, which, although much less well developed than those of a carp or a crawfish, occasionally serve quite well for finding convenient meals that can not easily escape an ambush or fight back. BASS FISHING IN ORLANDO KISSIMMEE AND DISNEY AREA, BASS FISHING ORLANDO,

Underwater senses five

Friday, December 28th, 2012

These fish also have a good senses of taste,Some observers would say that,given the photographic evidence, it far surpasses that of fisherman. But we are not talking about clothing style here – we are talking about the palate. When a bass grabs something , taste buds in its lips and mouth immediately determine if it is food. Bass are adept at spitting lures. BASS FISHING ORLANDO KISSIMMEE AND DISNEY AREA,


Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Perhaps only one in eleven nests has even one egg hatch and is not simply abandoned by the protective male to swarms of predators like bluegills, minnows, or other pan fish. Even if he is successful in guarding some of the eggs for the four to seven days until they hatch, he must then protect the undisciplined cloud of baby fry for up to six weeks until they reach about an inch in length and disperse into heavy cover to fend for themselves. BASS FISHING GUIDES ORLANDO, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA.

Recommended Tackle for Site Fishing

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Sight fishing involves light spinning tackle and small diameter line, usually 6- to 8- pound test, low visibility mono. The rod should be 6- to 6-1/2 feet long and have a limber tip that promotes casting distance and ensures that you don’t put too much pressure on a hooked bass. The reel should have a fairly high retrieve ratio and a wide spool capable of holding enough line to make lengthly casts. Bass Fishing Kissimmee Florida,

Recommended Tackle For Buzzbaits,

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

A long baitcasting rod is perferred for most buzzbait fishing. It shouldn’t be overly stiff; a 6 or 7 foot medium-action stick often works best. Stiff rods cause you to miss a lot of strikes, because you react too quickly and and pull the bait out of the fish’s mouth A softer rod allows the fish to inhale the lure more deeply before you can react. The rod should be paired with a heavy-duty bait-casting reel and 14-to 30-pound abrasion-resistant mono. In orlando and kissimmee area lakes we use a lot of buzzbaits. In orlando and kissimmee and disney area lakes our bass fishing guides are ready to take you bass fishing. BASS FISHING ORLANDO FLORIDA,