The Largemouth Bass spawn is kicked off in Orlando, FL and the bite is fantastic. Check for beds and males protecting them. The trophy-sized females are generally not far behind.
The spawn for largemouth bass is still strong and will continue through April. If you are not looking for bass, get hooked on Redfish Fishing near Cape Canaveral
or New Smyrna Beach, FL
Weather begins to get perfect for fishing near Orlando, FL. Bass fishing is reaching its peak as this is the month to catch a Trophy Largemouth Bass. Saltwater fishing is beginning to come alive especially on the flats for redfish, snook and trout.
Warming trends generally halt the bass spawns but that doesn’t stop the bass from biting. Warm weather also explodes the fishing inshore and offshore on the east coast.
This month kicks off some incredible fishing while Cape Canaveral Offshore Fishing for Mahi, Wahoo and Tuna. Spend some time on the Central Florida lakes as well.
It is getting hotter this month and the fishing is even better. Inshore fishing is the best for Tarpon
and Snook. Bass are still chewing and you can catch them up.
Bass fishing is not just a winter thing in Orlando, you can put big numbers and big bass in the boat during summer months. Experience saltwater inshore fishing as well at its peak.
During one of the hotter months of the year, hop on board for an early morning fishing trip before the storms. Cruise to the coasts for tarpon, shark and tuna fishing!
The Kick Off for the Mullet Run in saltwater. This is one of the best times to fish inshore for Redfish
, Tarpon and Snook.
Weather is cooling off and the fronts tend to change somethings up. The bass begin to feed aggressively while inshore species including redfish and trout are feeding as well.
Bass are gearing up for the spawn, eating anything in sight. Great time to land some nice fish.
December is a great month to get out on the water and throw live bait especially for largemouth bass.