Late Summer Shiner Fishing Trip

Late Summer Shiner Fishing Trip

Florida Fishing Orlando, Florida has been excellent this year. The conditions have been excellent to catch the largemouth bass of your dreams on a Late Summer Shiner Fishing Trip.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Ray Jefferson and his brother who were traveling from Washington. While they were in Orlando, they wanted to experience what the Butler Chain of Lakes had to offer.

Wild-caught shiners have been the best method to catching great numbers and quality in late summer. Largemouth bass can’t resist eating them.

It is not every day that you can run through 6 dozen shiners in 4 hours but we did it. Ray and his brother put over 25 largemouth bass in the boat weighing up to 5 pounds.

It was a pretty great trip with a lot of action. Ray and his brother are looking forward to coming back next time they are visiting this state to catch some more of this amazing action.

Come Catch Yours Today with Captain John Leech on the Butler Chain of Lakes.

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Captain John Leech is a full-time guide for over 20 year in Central Florida. He specializing in Central Florida bass fishing and is one of the best at targeting big trophy size large-mouth bass in the Orlando area. His first guide trip was in Leesburg, Florida on the Harris Chain of Lakes. By 1983 I was fortunate to be able to do the one thing I loved the most FISH and make a living doing it. That is what I call a dream job Central Florida Bass Fishing Guide no doubt that fishing in Orlando is one of the best in the world.

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