Archive for November, 2011

Summer Bass Fishing Part 2

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Bass move around more in the summer than at any other time of year because of their need to eat. Even though there are differences in the food chain from environment to environment bass are able to adapt to whatever behavior and environmental niche they find advantageous. So its safe to say that if there’s a prey based pattern, bass are using it during the summer.
Perhaps the most reliable summer patterns revolve around vegetation, because it houses and protects many types of prey, from frogs to panfish, to crawfish. Bass prowl the weeds beds and their edges, looking for food. Especially when the vegetation forms shade-producing surface mats, it offers hidden vantages for ambush feeding bass, they position themselves high under the overhead cover, tight within its most densely shaded area, and then charge out to grab anything swimming by in the lighter open area nearby. At big bass guide service my team of pro bass fishing guides love the summer time bass fishing in the Orlando Kissimmee and Disney area. Family Friendly.

Summer Bass Fishing part one

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Florida bass anglers were convinced that the summers heat sent their quarry into a state of inactivity. Now we know that the opposite is closer to the truth. The bass is a cold blooded creature, and its metabolism is directly linked to water temperature. The warmer the water (to a point, anyway), the more frequently bass must feed. Bass Fishing Orlando Florida.