Bass Fishing In Hot Conditions
While the temperatures have been between the mid 80s to mid 90s this summer, it hasn't stopped us from catching Orlando's Largemouth Bass. We are having to start very early to avoid the afternoon heat, and the first three hours of the day is when we catch most of our fish. Don't let these warm temperatures scare you away from an amazing morning of Bass Fishing!
All You Need To Know For Summer Bass Fishing
Start times and end times are crucial for having an enjoyable day on the water. We've been starting at 6:30 a.m. and fishing until 10:30 a.m. This is the coolest part of day and will get you off the water before it becomes too hot. We recommend booking no more than the 4 hour trip this time of year. We are catching a good amount of fish during the first low light hour of the day. Fish will be schooling and busting bait on the surface of the water. We've been using mostly artificial lures like swimbaits and baby flukes. As the day progresses the Bass will move into deeper water between 15-25ft. Here well use senkos, swimbaits, flukes, finesse worms, and a drop shot. Live bait has been effective later in the day when the sun gets high in the sky between 9:30 a.m.and 10:30 a.m. We've been averaging around 15-20 Bass a trip! The average fish has been between 1-3 pounds.
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Written by Captain Austin Keaton