All Throwing Artificial

Hi everyone, Captain Devin Dickerson here. This my fishing report for May 12th, 2015, was at the Butler Chain of Lakes.

Today I had Rob and Dave, what a great time these guys were. We caught some numbers today too! I think around 30 up to 6 and a half pounds…all throwing artificial. We caught them on just about everything today: topwater, swimbaits, worms, senkos…it really didn’t matter. On Thursday we are going to the land of the giants…” Lake Toho” in Orlando – Florida.

Until next time…see you on the water and take a kid fishing.

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Captain Devin of Orlando, Florida has been guiding for 17 years. He was born with a fishing pole in hand and has been in numerous tournaments the Bassmaster Series, FLW, Anglers Choice Team, Red Men, and many others.
He specializes in artificial lures and is the king of trophy bass in Orlando. North Central Region and covers Lake Toho, East Lake Toho, Butler Chain, Conway, and Johns Lake.

About Capt Devin

I look forward to telling you all about locations and fishing in my Central Florida Fishing Reports. Listen in every two weeks as I share fishing tips and locations for fishing in the Central Florida Region.
Capt Devin is a full-time guide in the Orlando Florida area, he has also become a master of the Sand Lake. So come fish with Captain Devin a true professional.

I am a bass fishing guide in Central Florida with a true love for the water. My passion has led me to become a US Coast Guard Master 100 ton licensed and insured Captain.

I was first introduced to the sport at a young age by my grandfather. I was raised on local ponds, lakes, and rivers thanks to our shared love for the outdoors. At the age of 9, I attended a fishing University seminar to learn the sport of bass fishing and I was officially hooked.

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