Archive for March, 2012

Life of Lunker Bass Part one

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Each season a female bass will lay thousands of eggs in order to ensure a small number mature to carry on the line. A healthy lake of some two thousand acres can sustain a population of four thousand to six thousand spawning-age bass, with no more than three hundred over five pounds. Now, keep in mind what the odds are of even one of these millions of eggs surviving to maturity.


Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Prey and forage tend to accumulate along the edges of the habitat they prefer, those edges become prime hunting grounds for pre predators. Keep in mind that the more severe the difference between the adjoining habitats, the more pronounced the breaklines affecting concentrating prey and bass alike. …BASS FISHING ORLANDO, KISSIMMEE, AND DISNEY AREA.