Central Florida Bass fishing has been doing very good. Start of November has brought us some cooler overnight temperatures which has helped lower the water temperatures. What this has done for us is simple, it has turned on some very good bass fishing action here in Florida. Many people come here every year to fish the spawning season, in search of that trophy bass, but what many over look is the fact when these bass start feeding up for the spawn, like they are now, your chances of catching some nice trophy bass also increases.
Today was my day off so I did what I love to do, I went bass fishing. Hitting the waters in hopes of catching some action on a new mouse I have, only to find that the mouse action just was not going to happen. I switched lures up some and tied on one of my Spro Shads and the bass loved this thing. First bass caught on it was a dink, then a nice 3 pounder smacked it. This had me all pumped as I know these waters here hold some great bass. Working along weed lines and lily pads, I kept at it when the rod slammed over. After a brief fight, and a little tussle with the video camera, a very nice 5 plus pound trophy bass was coming over the side of the boat.
Bass like these are common all year long here in Florida, and Central Florida bass fishing is probably the best action the state of Florida has. With lakes like world famous Lake Toho, Lake Kissimmee, Butler Chain and Conway Chain, there is no need to travel any further. Remember, we are just a matter of minutes from all three major theme parks, and can put you on some great Disney area and central Florida bass fishing action.