Sheltered Bass Fishing
Florida is a great state to experience fishing no matter what the conditions are. Bass Fishing can be influenced by changes in temperatures these winter months. Sheltered Bass Fishing can provide you with a unique Central Florida experience.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Tevis, Micah, and Rick. Despite colder weather, they had a great time experiencing Lake Toho Bass Fishing in Kissimmee, Florida.
Conditions changed throughout the trip which made for an exciting day on the water. We love hunting for them and searching for the fish. Luckily we sheltered from the wind and found some bass.
Sheltered bass fishing is perfect this time of year.
These gentlemen managed to boat 20 bass weighing up to 4 pounds early in the day. As we moved around the lake, we found more fish in those sheltered areas. Overall it was a great day on the water with the given conditions.
I am looking forward to fishing with Tevis, Micah, and Rick again next time they are visiting Central Florida. Book your trip with Bass Online today and we will see you on the water next time!
More About Capt John
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Captain John Leech 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. Brent 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.