Orlando and Central Florida Bass Fishing with Bass Challenger Guide Service

 

EDDIE'S LATEST FISHING REPORT

Click Here to see the Trophy fish caught so far in 2014!

Shiner tankNotice that our Trophy Bass photos have the date on each picture. We do this so that you know the date these Trophy Bass were caught. We do not use old photos to entice you to hire Bass Challenger Guide Service.

One thing that sets Bass Challenger Guide Service apart from most other guide services is we go the extra mile to make sure our clients are treated with the up most respect. We have invested thousand of dollars in our Wild Shiner Tanks so that when the shiner crunch hits Central Florida during Feb. and March and most tackle shops are very limited or out of Wild Shiners we have plenty in stock for our clients and we are never out because we are able to keep weeks worth of Wild Shiners in stock in our custom built thermostat controlled tanks.  This also gives us the opportunity to hand select each Wild Shiner the morning of your trip to ensure that the best Trophy Bass Fishing can be expected.

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October 21, 2014

Nice bass caught on the St Johns River SystemHappy anglers fishing with Eddie BussardCranks and C Rigs brought in from the St Johns River

Nice 8.8lb largemouthWe've had another great week of Bass Fishing here on the St Johns River. I had clients in from SC and Brazil the past week and many many fish were caught with the largest weighing 8.8 pounds. Crank baits and C Rigs fished on main river ledges are still working best for us and we've been catching a few each day on the back side of main river pad fields.

I'll say it again. If your looking for a great fall artificial trip nows the time to book one. We are only 2 months from the start of our BASS SPAWN and these fish are already putting on the weight as you can see in the pictures that are posted with this report.

Remember the St Johns River is only minutes away from Orlando. Disney World. Daytona Beach. New Smyrna Beach and Cocoa Beach Florida.


October 9, 2014

Eddie Bussard with a largemouth from the St Johns River SystemEddie Bussard with a largemouth from the St Johns River SystemEddie Bussard with a largemouth from the St Johns River System

Cooler water temps again this week have made the Big Bass really start feeding. We're still catching 30 to 50 Bass on most trips with some 7 and 8 pounders in the mix. Main river offshore ledges are the key at this time and a deep diving crank bait and a C Rig worm seem to be working best for us. Were not using any shiners at this time so that's saving our clients over $100.00 on each trip.

I still have days open in Oct and Nov so if your looking for a great Trophy Bass trip please give me a call.

Remember the St Johns River is only minutes away from Orlando. Disney World. Daytona Beach. New Smyrna Beach and Cocoa Beach Florida.

October 1, 2014

Client of Eddie Bussard fishing on the St Johns River SystemClient of Eddie Bussard fishing on the St Johns River SystemClient of Eddie Bussard fishing on the St Johns River System

It's been another super week of bass fishing here on the St Johns River.

Allen from Texas enjoyed two great full days of fishing with over 50 bass caught each day up to 7.8 lbs.
Mark from Ky had a great day with over 50 bass being caught and Alan from DC had a good half day 4 hr trip catching over 20 bass to 5 lbs. The water is up really high and these fish are enjoying the cooler water temps.

Artificial baits are the best choice right now and a soft jerk bait is hard to beat at this time. I still have plenty of days open in Oct and Nov and if your looking for the Bass Fishing Trip Of A Lifetime nows the time to book a trip .  We have a nice cool front coming through and I'm seeing temps in the upper 50's by next week.  

The St Johns River is only minutes from Orlando, Disney World , Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach and Cocoa Beach Florida.


September 23, 2014

Gary from Kissimmee Gary from Kissimmee It's been another great week of bass fishing here on the St Johns River.

It's nice to see these water temps finally drop into the high 70's and it is definitely making a major difference  in the way the fish are feeding.

Grant and Chris from Orlando and SC had a great 4 hour trip this week catching well over 30 fish on artificial baits and Gary from Kissimmee enjoyed catching over 40 fish using artificial baits on a 6 hour trip this week.

This is one of my favorite times of the year for artificial fishing here on the St Johns River as these big bass start to go into their feeding frenzies before the winter spawn. If your looking for some great action nows the time to book a fall bass fishing trip. I still have days open in Sept and Oct.


September 19, 2014

Client of Eddie Bussard showing off his catchClient of Eddie Bussard showing off his catchFall is here and the water temp has already fallen into the lower 80's. Shad are moving and the Bass are now bunching up in big numbers. Water levels are perfect here on the St Johns River and the current is flowing just right. The past few days I have seen more and more fish moving onto main river ledges an chasing shad. The Highbanks area around Debary has been good the past week. Main river pad fields have produced some nice fish on frogs and swim baits. The next three months we will see some of our best artificial fishing of the year as the Trophy Bass start feeding and fattening up for the winter spawn. Fishing today for 6 hrs we boated well over 40 fish weighing up to 6 pounds. If your looking for some great action nows the time to book your trip.  



Remember the St Johns River is only minutes from Orlando, Disney World, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Cocoa Beach FL.

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Thanks From Capt Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central Florida For Over 31 Years

See Ya out there!!!
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