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April 12, 2016
The Trophy Bass Fishing here in Central FL continues to be great. My clients had a great week catching Trophy Bass up to 11.75 pounds. Bob and Roger had and unreal morning catching fish that weighed 11.75, 8.50, and 7.75. Bob is having a replica made of his 11.75 which was 26 inches long with a 19 inch girth. Travis had a great trip catching and 8.0 and 7.0 on back to back cast. We have caught a lot of 5 to 7 pound fish the past week as well. Some days we have been able to catch 30 fish in the first couple hours of the morning. I have plenty of days open in April so if your looking for some fun fishing give us a call
April 7, 2016
Another great week of Bass fishing here in Central Florida. Tom was in from Ohio and had a killer day using large wild shiners. Biggest were 8 lbs and 7 3/4 lbs and many 3 to 6 pounders were caught as well. Dr Calhoun from Clermont FL had a great half day trip with lots of fish in the 4 to 6 1/4 pound range. Large Wild Shiners were the ticket. I have days open in April.
March 30, 2016
It's been one unreal week of bass fishing. On Monday David had a super morning fishing large wild shiners. His best 5 weighing 35 pounds with the biggest weighing 9 pounds. On Tue John C of Ohio had a great artificial trip catching over 20 fish with the best 5 weighing 27 pounds topped off with his personal best weighing 8 1/2 pounds. On Wed Tim F of IL had a great 4 hour trip using large wild shiners. 54 shiner gone in 4 hrs without many misses. Tim had six fish between 6 and 7 pounds with a best 5 weighing 33 pounds. I still have days open in April and May and the fishing is just beginning to get really good. Please like us on Facebook.
March 27, 2016
Spent the weekend with our great friends Rob and Dee in from Ohio. These are the great people that open their farm to Jackie and I for some great trophy deer hunting each year. Was nice to be able to put them on some really nice fish both days. No trophy fish caught but lots of nice fish to 6 or 7 pounds each day. I still have some days open in April.
March 24, 2016
It's that time of year when the kids can have a ball here on the St Johns River. Family fun is what it's all about. Lots of fish caught the past week up to 8 1/4 lbs on main river ledges. Still have some days in April open and the fishing is just going to get better everyday with the majority of the spawn being over and these big females stuffing themselves with Shad.
March 17, 2016
I believe the Bassmaster Elite series has hit the St Johns River at the ideal time. From what I've seen the past week here on the St Johns River this is going to be one tournament to remember. The St Johns River system is at its prime and with many fish already spawned they are now out in the main river channels feeding on Shad.
With the warm weather we have had the past few weeks the Shad have arrived a little early this year and the river is erupting with big schooling bass. Don't get me wrong there are still some bass spawning and in pre spawn but many have finished and are in the post spawn mode. My client Chuck from KY caught this 8 pounder yesterday that was busing Shad in the main river channel. Best five fish for the day was around 27/28 pounds.
March 11, 2016
Another great week of Bass Fishing on the St Johns River. We have averaged over 30 fish a day the past 3 days with many weighing between 5 and 10 pounds.
March 6, 2016
Sorry for the lack of reports the past few weeks as its been super busy.
The fishing is getting right and the big fish are biting quite well!
Remember the St Johns River is only minutes from Orlando, Disney World, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Cocoa Beach FL. Check
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From Capt Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger
Guide Service Guiding Clients To Trophy
Bass In Central Florida For Over 31
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