Butler Chain of Lakes Fishing Trips
Next time visiting the state of Florida, make sure you experience the endless Butler Chain of Lakes Fishing Trips. You can’t go wrong exploring the waters of Orlando, Florida where you can catch an abundance of largemouth bass. Sit back and enjoy the scenery and nature that the Chain of Lakes has to offer.
The Butler Chain of Lakes is nearly a total of 5,000 acres of water are all very similar. Florida is known for its shallow waters and excellent fishing but this Chain of Lakes has some relatively deeper holes ranging from 20 to 40 foot. The abundance of submerged vegetation allows for an excellent bass fishing experience. When visiting and wanting to explore this chain of lakes, be sure to get with our professional guiding service and fishing trips that can provide you with a trip of a lifetime.
Our Fishing Trips can cover any lake in this chain. When you are fishing, be sure to expect schooling fish almost twelve months out of the year. The Butler Chain of Lakes Fishing Trips can put you on those schools of fish that range from 3 to 5 pounds. Wild caught live shiners are always the most effective technique for catching these Florida Largemouth Bass but you can also target them with artificial baits as well. Carolina rigs in the depths of 8 to 30 foot of water. Top water can also be highly effective for the schooling bass.
Boat access is available only at one county ramp in Lake Isleworth just south of Windermere. The R.D. Keene ramp at Lake Isleworth (Butler Chain) cost per day or year for use of the ramp. Be prepared to pay a fee if you are looking to bring your boat down to get out on the water. If you need additional information about this boat ramp, please contact Orange County.
Butler Chain of Lakes Fishing Trips has a tremendous advantage besides the largemouth bass fishing. Many celebrities including Shaquille O’Neal, Ken Griffey Jr., and Tiger Woods call the Butler Chain home. While catching the fish of a lifetime, also enjoy the beautiful homes that are located on the lake.