Butler Bass Fishing Experience with Local Experts in Orlando, FL

Butler Bass Fishing Experience

Orlando, Florida holds some of the best outdoor activities you can partake in while traveling to Central Florida. The bass fishing on the Butler Chain of Lakes is absolutely incredible all year long. Gorgeous homes, clear water, and wildlife make this the ultimate outdoor experience. Come enjoy a Butler bass fishing experience with our Orlando Local Experts.

Our local experts have spent many days, years, and hours on the water. They are knowledgeable on how to put the most bass in the boat. If you are looking to catch big bass and good numbers while fishing in Orlando, Captain John is the man to fish with. Let him guide you on all the techniques and things you will experience while bass fishing.
Butler Bass Fishing Experience 1
Captain Steve had the pleasure of fishing with Jeremy, Leo, and Mike. They were traveling from Michigan and Canada to experience what Orlando bass fishing had to offer. It was a quick 4-hour fishing trip in the afternoon on the Butler Chain of Lakes. These guys put the bass in the boat all trip long.

Fishing conditions made the bite slightly slower but eventually, the bite turned on. Windy days can push bait in different locations. Most of the fish were caught on wild-caught live shiners but several also came on artificial baits including the zoom super fluke. Jeremy, Leo, and Mike caught several-quality largemouth bass weighing up to 4 pounds. The bass was held in deep water grass beds on the main lake.

What comes next?

These gentlemen are looking forward to their next Butler Chain adventure. Captain John will be glad to assist them on their next trip out!

Butler Bass Fishing Experience 2

Just shortly after this amazing fishing trip, Captain Brent had the pleasure of fishing with Richard and Lisa Gill. This couple was traveling from Rhode Island looking to cash in on some Central Florida fishing. The Butler Chain of Lakes came in strong on this 6-hour fishing trip. They focused on fishing wild caught live shiners along with artificial baits.
Richard and Lisa enjoyed their time on the Butler Chain of Lakes. They caught over 35 largemouth bass with the biggest weighing 4 pounds. Fishing conditions were different than the last trip with much warmer temperatures. The high pressure made the fishing slower but they still put some nice fish in the boat. The bite really turned on toward the end of the fishing trip.

Getting it done

This amazing couple is looking forward to getting back on the water and more importantly, Captain John is looking to spend more time with them when they are ready.
Butler Chain of lakes Bass Fishing Experience
Don’t miss out on your Butler Chain Bass Fishing adventure. The action is starting to get really good. Orlando is a great place to explore especially when you are looking to cash in on some quality largemouth bass. Bring your kids along for a fishing adventure they will not forget. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!

Come Visit Orlando and Catch Yours Today…

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About Capt John grew up in North Georgia and had a love of all things outdoors from a very young age. Always wanting to share his love of fishing, nature, and wildlife with others he pursued a career as a licensed captain and is now certified through the U.S. Coast Guard as well as carries a Sea Tow endorsement. John has been very Blessed to have fished in Various Bass Fishing Clubs, Fishing Tournaments, and Charity Events over the past 27 years helping and preparing him with gaining guide experience.

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