Anniversary Bass Fishing Charter
One of the best things about coming to Florida and the city of Orlando is the abundant amount of fishing it has to offer. An Anniversary Bass Fishing Charter can truly make memories that will keep you coming back.
Today, I had the pleasure of fishing with Nick and Amanda traveling from Evansville, Indiana. They are here celebrating their anniversary and wanted to explore the waters of Central Florida.
We were supposed to go fishing on the Rodman Reservoir but that is still recovering from Hurricane Irma. We adventure down to the Butler Chain of Lakes and had a blast.
Nick and Amanda caught some really nice fish. They had a really good one on and it happened to wrap around the motor and snap off. Sometimes the big one’s getaway.
The conditions were a little rough with 25-30 mph gusts of wind coming in periodically. Live bait and artificial both worked really well with over 20 in the boat. Steel shad lure and a Bass Assassin swimbaits as well.
It was great time fishing with these folks and I am looking forward to fishing with them again in the future.
For everyone else out there, for all your fresh or saltwater fishing needs, contact Bass Online or iOutdoor and we would be glad to assist.
Come Catch Yours with Capt Steve Niemoeller on the Butler Chain of Lakes.
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About Capt Steve and Butler Chain of Lakes
Captain Steve Niemoeller is a full-time Professional fishing guide and Licensed Master Captain. Primarily servicing the freshwater lakes of the St Johns River, Lake George, and Lake Monroe. He also guides on Harris Chain and Lake Toho. He also has great success on Ponce Inlet and Mosquito Lagoon in saltwater catching Redfish and other species.
The Butler Chains of lakes (4,927 acres) are all very similar in that they are relatively deep for Florida lakes (20 – 40-foot holes), have abundant submerge vegetation, and have good largemouth bass fisheries. This 4,720-acre chain is made up of 11 interconnected lakes. Boat access is available only at a couple of city and county ramps and public bank access is almost non-existent. Orange County charges a launch fee at some local lake ramps and all ramps are not open after dark. Read More