Archive for January, 2012


Saturday, January 28th, 2012

Breaklines and drop offs are also important elements to consider in summer bass patterns. A break line is any area where different habitats meet. A weed edge is the break line between the vegetated, cover rich area and the open water next to it. A drop off is the edge where a shallow, flat bottom falls away into deeper water. A water-color break line is formed where dingy water meets clear water. Bass Fishing Guides Orlando Florida.


Monday, January 16th, 2012

In such areas its important not to fish beneath the bass, because their feeding focus is rarely downward.They will follow a sinking or diving lure if it passes through their area of surveillance on the way, but if it passes by beneath that window,they will likely not even be aware of it. Always consider the size of the food-producing area of any shallow cover when searching for summer bass. A bigger weed bed produces more food than a smaller patch and probably serves as the pantry or dining room for many more fish. BASS FISHING IN ORLANDO KISSIMMEE AND DISNEY AREA IS THE BEST PLACE FOR SUMMER BASS FISHING.