Hi this is Captain John Leech with another Central Florida fishing report,
Today I had out Kevin Brueseke this morning and we absolutely caught them again. Unfortunately we lost our two biggest fish today, this happens. We had one trophy size bass about (8 lbs) eight pounds come up to the surface and shake her head good-bye and another about (7 lbs) seven pounds provided a fin flip as she waved good-bye.
We still wound up with quite a few fish, had over (50) fifty fish today which made for a GREAT day even with a few quick releases.
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[fusion_content_box title=”About Capt John Leech” backgroundcolor=”#b2ce96″ icon=”fa-user” iconcolor=”#3bbf4a” circlecolor=”#ffffff” circlebordercolor=”#oooooo” iconflip=”yes” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”” image=”http://bassonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/john_leech-50x50color.jpg” image_width=”50″ image_height=”50″ link=”/fishing-guides/central-florida-fishing-guides/” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]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 trophy size large-mouth bass in Orlando. His first guide trip was in Leesburg, Florida on the Harris Chain of Lakes. By 1983 I was fortune 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.
Hi, this is Captain John Leech and this is your fishing report for October 9th.
Fishing is still red-hot in Kissimmee. I took Gary Carpenter who’s a buddy of mine from down in the Ft Myer area. Comes up fishing with me on a regular basis, carried him fishing and we had about (45) forty-five fish. We caught the liven day lights out of them, he had a good enough time he’s coming back again on this Tuesday.
Lake Kissimmee covers some 38,000 acres from the mouth of the Kissimmee river on the north end to the exit of the river near US Highway 60 on the south end.
Specializing inlargemouth bass,bluegill,black crappieand shellcracker. Part of the Kissimmee Chain of lakes. Expansive stands of native aquatic grasses at Philadelphia Point, North Cove and Brahma Island provide anglers with cover to flip plastic baits or slow-troll golden shiners for spawning bass during the winter and spring. Rattling crankbaits, soft jerkbaits and Texas or Carolina-rigged plastic worms fished in open-water or along edges of vegetation are productive during summer and fall.Fly fishermenhave good success wade fishing along the miles of shoreline on Lake Kissimmee. Lake Kissimmee is rich with wildlife, including bald eagles, white tailed deer, bobcats, turkeys and big alligators.
Caught about (40) Forty Fish in Six Hours in Orlando
Hi, this is Captain John Leech
We had a great trip again today and I just wanted to give you a little update of the current fishing conditions. The fish today were caught on buzz-baits first thing in the morning and on a Bass Assassin worms 7-1/2″ junebug color with a 3/16″oz weight after the sun got overhead.
We had a great time and caught about (40) forty fish in six hours, it was pretty stead all day as long.
Just had Phil Powers out fishing, he got a real nice fish it was just over 7 pounds. I’m going to put him on the phone,
“Hey, I had a great time fishing with Captain, John Leech we went to a lot of places on the lake and we had good luck today. I caught a (7) seven pounder and I had a real great time, he did a good job helping me find the fish.”
Okay guys, that’s it for now…Captain John Leech see you next time![/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
I had the great pleasure of having the Place Family out on the boat to do some bass fishing out on Lake Jackson, and folks let me tell you what, we had a blast! Not only did everyone catch some good numbers of bass, but quality bass as well. The best part was, they normally fish saltwater, so this was a new experience for them, and the bass definitely did not let them down.
Best bait of choice was wild shiners, and not only were the bass pouncing on their live bait, they were even hammering the shiners that were dead and had already caught bass! This was definitely a great day out on the water with over 30 bass being boated and some great memories being made. This will be a trip they will definitely never forget.