ORLANDO FISHING TRIPS & TOURS
WELCOME TO ORLANDO FISHING
Orlando provides endless fishing tours surrounding the countless theme parks. Whether you’re in Orlando, Kissimmee or any of the suburbs they all are surrounded by great Orlando bass fishing opportunities for you. Start your vacation or end it with a guided fishing trip. Maybe its just a morning break from the theme parks to enjoy the whole Orlando experience including the great outdoors. See eagles, get up close and personal with the Florida Alligator and of course catch lots of Florida big bass. We also supply everything for your big day, little to no experience…no problem. We provide instructional tips for the beginner or expert looking to learn new techniques. We highlight boating safety and are US Coast Guard certified.
Below you can read more on the hottest Orlando fishing lakes, research our great Orlando fishing guides, view the high performance boats and most important read the current Orlando bass fishing reports and see what’s being caught today.
ORLANDO AREA LAKES
When planning a vacation to Central Florida area consider taking a guided bass fishing trip with Florida’s largest and most respected fishing guide service. Our guides are full-time bass fishing guides and professional tournament anglers that know how to provide the perfect fishing experience for our customers. Catching trophy bass on Lake Toho and creating memories is what our guide service is consistently achieving daily!
Our no fish, no pay guarantee on all Orlando bass fishing trips leaves us consistently at #1, standing alone at the top when it comes to credibility and reliability in the Orlando bass fishing industry. [READ MORE…] or reserve your trip below.
The R.D. Keene ramp at Lake Isleworth (Butler Chain) costs per day or a year for use of the ramp.
Windermere Chain of lakes is known for its excellent largemouth bass fishing. Most successful bass anglers pay attention to the bottom contours of the lakes offshore structure where 4- to 5-pound bass are commonly produced. Live shiners free-lined over grass edges, humps, ledges, and drop‑offs adjacent to spawning flats is one method to consistently catch quality bass in the winter/spring (Try Lake Butler). Windermere chain also have relatively unknown and unstudied black crappie(speck), bluegill and redear sunfish (shellcracker) populations [READ MORE…] or reserve your trip below.
One of Conway’s “claims to fame” is its schooling bass. In fact, schooling activity often seems to be best during per-cold front conditions, and summer feeds with 10 to 15 mph winds. Schooling bass can be found generally by just watching for surface activity or by watching birds feeding. Most of the schooling will happen in offshore areas, but points with deep water access are also great areas. Jigging spoons, topwater lures, soft jerkbaits and white spinnerbaits are some of the best choices to catch these schooling bass; however, it is important to remain flexible, because as all bass fishing goes, what’s worked today will often be ignored tomorrow. [READ MORE…] or reserve your trip below.
The John’s Lake boat ramp is about 6 miles east of Clermont on Highway 50. Even with the development of most of the shoreline and it’s close proximity to Orlando, this lake produces excellent bass fishing with little to no pressure during the week. Everything about this lake is right for bass. The water color is slightly stained, which is good thing for Florida. There are several rocky structures, coral rock type bottom throughout the lake and there is adequate cover despite the building of high dollar homes around the shoreline. Water levels fluctuate, but always return to normal.
The State of Florida restocked the lake with 500,000 bass fingerlings in the early 2000’s. These bass are now reaching trophy size and the lake is continuing its reputation as one great bass fishery. [READ MORE…] or reserve your trip below.
It is over 30,000 acres in size, with a drainage basin of 119,773 acres. Approximately 30% of the lake is fed by the Gourd Neck Spring; the remainder is direct rainfall and stormwater runoff. The only surface water outflow from Lake Apopka is the Apopka-Beauclair Canal, which flows north into Lake Beauclair and the Harris chain. Discharge from the canal is controlled at the Apopka-Beauclair Lock and Dam, which influences lake stage. From Lake Dora, water flows into Lake Eustis, then into Lake Griffin and then northward into the Ocklawaha River, which flows into the St. Johns River.
Lake Apopka–Magnolia Park (#67)
Head south on U.S. 441 south of Zellwood and turn right on CR 437 in Plymouth. Follow CR 437 for 5.2 miles to Magnolia Park. Turn right into park entrance and follow road to ramp. [READ MORE…] or reserve your trip below.
We’re not telling you how at this time, but we’ll be happy to teach you while you are out with us. Like some of you, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Lake Okeechobee with artificial, you will have the choice of spinning, baitcasting or fly fishing. flipping and pitching on Okeechobee READ MORE… or reserve your trip below.