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Deep Water Orlando Fishing on the Butler Chain of Lakes

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Orlando, Florida is a gorgeous location to either travel or visit family. The abundance of theme parks and entertainment can be overwhelming at times. One of the best ways to relieve some stress is to adventure out bass fishing on the Butler Chain of Lakes. The Butler Chain is an absolutely fantastic bass fishery for all ages. It is a deep water Orlando fishing destination that can provide you with a unique Florida fishing experience.

Captain John Leech is a highly knowledgeable local expert that can put you on some quality fishing for largemouth bass. Captain John had the pleasure to adventure out on two fishing trips on the chain. On the morning trip, Steve, Patrick and their buddy Jim had a fantastic time exploring a lake they had never been on.

Wild caught live shiners were the most effective technique and they burned through them fairly quickly. The bite has been fantastic lately. The Butler Chain has several deep water locations that hold largemouth bass all year long. After they are done spawning, they move to these areas following bait.

Captain John focused on depths from 12-14 ft which is not the usual depth in the state of Florida. Steve, Patrick and Jim landed several quality largemouth bass weighing up to 4 pounds. Each day the action gets better and better. We are looking forward to getting them back on the water in the future to catch some even nice largemouth.

In the afternoon, Captain John adventured out with Cole on a quick fishing trip out on the Chain again. Cole has never been on the chain and wanted to explore what it could offer him. We were in for another excellent day of fishing with beautiful fishing conditions.

As the summer month’s role forward, the bass will begin to move into deeper water. Cole caught a number of quality largemouth bass. He was not expecting the action that the bass here on the chain gave out. Shiners were the most effective technique again putting fish in the boat from 1-3 pounds.

Afternoon trips can really be a productive time to come out and go fishing. If you wait later in the afternoon, you are more likely to catch even better fish. Morning and afternoons are the most effective times to get out on the water and land a lunker.

Bob, Bill and Steve wanted to also adventure out and explore what the Butler Chain of Lakes had to offer them. Captain Brent Nelson was the guide for the job. They were traveling to Wisconsin and wanted to catch some Florida bass while visiting Central Florida.

We had a mix day with catches on artificial and live bait. The action was sporadic but they still managed to put several quality bass in the boat. Largemouth Bass were caught up to 4 pounds. They had a blast catching bass on the Chain and are looking forward to the next time they will be visiting.

Make sure you truly experience what Orlando has to offer next time you travel to this amazing state. Largemouth Bass Fishing in Orlando is starting to really heat up. Ask your local experts and captains here at Bass Online any questions about conditions before coming aboard. We are always one click away and are looking forward to putting you on a fish of a lifetime!

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2018-06-08T14:25:04+00:00June 8th, 2018|Categories: Butler Chain, Central Florida Fishing, Florida Fishing Reports, Largemouth Bass|Tags: , |Comments Off on Deep Water Orlando Fishing on the Butler Chain of Lakes

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