Florida Bass Fishing Guide Capt Tony Summers
Hey guys this is your Florida Bass Fishing Guide Capt Tony Summers, here with bassonline.com and bassfishingorlando.com I’m out on the Kissimmee chain today. South of Toho, fishing on Lake Kissimmee had a beautiful day. just had a cold front roll through last night, so it was overcast. Low seventies in the morning, pumped up to 75 to 80 degrees, so it was a nice day good weather, not too hot water temps finally starting to settle out a little bit in the mid-seventies Fish are pretty much post-spawn.
Some are still laying eggs, but for the most part, most fish moved out, which is great for us. They’re done breeding and moving out, ready to eat and moving around the next four to six weeks. gonna be pretty good fishing for us down here on the Kissimmee chain and just here in Central Florida in general; just going to be biting, going to be active, you guys gotta come down here and book a trip with us. If you haven’t already, it’s going to be good. I had the pleasure of fishing with Thomas and his stepfather Steve; in 6 hours, we caught 22 and got lucky Tom got a 7-pound two-ounce largemouth Bass today.
Halfway through the day, so that made this trip worth it. We went through about three and a half dozen shiners, not too bad, a little slow. I can’t complain great day fishing this has been your Florida Bass Fishing Guide, Capt Tony Summers; until next time, fish on.
Capt Tony Summers has been fishing the Central Florida (CF) area of lakes for over 15 yrs. His passion for the sport began at an early age, about 2 yrs old. His dad and grandfather would take him fishing to many lakes here in Central Florida and much of the intercoastal waterways on the east coast of Florida. Having fished in National level tournaments from South Carolina to Alabama and throughout Florida, he has given him the ability to adapt to the changing weather patterns and the many lakes around Central Florida.