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Fishing report Updated Nov 6 2014

 To book a bass or crappie trip with Captain Lynda.
Call our toll free number.
1-866-383-1893.
Please visit her web site.

www.bassngalguideservice.com 

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Captain Lynda talks Bass fishing in Lake County

 

    Have had some good reports of specks in Lake Beauclair and Lake Dora in the deeper water around Deer Island. Lake Dorr in the Ocala Nat. Forrest has also been good in mid lake. Fish just off the bottom in the deepest water you can find. Its still a little early for the specks to really turn on but fishing the deep water in mid lake will produce some fish.

     Drifting mid-lake from the old power plant in Lake Monroe has been producing some good stringers of specks. Another good area for specks is Mothers Arms on the NE side of Lake Monroe in 4 to 6 ft of water. The marked channel usually turns on this time of year. Keep to the edges and cover a lot of water.

   

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Tackle Tip
Attach a small float about 3 feet above your Zip-Jig or Fish Bite. Cast to the edges of pads and grass and use a erratic jerk and retrieve to attract feeding Specks and pan fish. Tip the jig with a minnow for best results. You can now order Ron's Zip Jig online. Only $1.59 ea.

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Central Florida Feeding Times November 2014

                 Sat 1

6:55 AM
11:55 AM
 Sun 2

6:45 AM
11:45 AM
  Mon 3

7:35 AM
12:35 PM
  Tue 4

8:25 AM
1:25 PM
 Wed 5

9:15 AM
2:15 PM
 Thur 6

10:05 AM
3:05 PM
 Fri 7

11:00 AM
4:00 PM
Sat 8

1:55 AM
4:55 PM
 Sun 9

12:50 PM
5:50 PM
 Mon 10

1:45 PM
6:45 PM
 Tue11

2:40 PM
7:40 PM
 Wed 12

3:35 PM
8:35 PM
 Thur 13

4:25 PM
9:25 PM
Fri 14

4:50 AM
9:50 AM
 Sat 15

5:35 AM
10:35 AM
 Sun 16

6:20 AM
11:20 AM
Mon 17

7:05 AM
12:05 PM
Tue 18

7:50 AM
12:50 PM
Wed 19

8:35 AM
1:35 PM
 Thur 20

9:20 AM
2:20 PM
 Fri 21

10:05 AM
3:05 PM
 Sat 22

10:55 AM
3:55 PM
  Sun 23

11:50 AM
4:50 PM
Mon 24

12:50 PM
5:50 PM
Tue 25

1:50 PM
6:50 PM
Wed 26

2:50 PM
7:50 PM
Thur 27

3:45 PM
8:45 PM
Fri 28

4:35 PM
9:35 PM
Sat 29

4:50 AM
9:50 AM
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Lake Reports by Captain Lynda Hawkins

Harris Chain
Lake Griffin now has a 10 inch min size for Crappie.

Shellcracker

St John's river Hybrid

 
St. Johns River
 Watch for schooling bass around the mouth of feeder creeks. Flip the lily pads along the banks for bass with a june-bug worm. Slow troll a shiner in the river channel for Stripers and Hybrid bass. Use a 1/2 to 1 oz egg sinker rigged above a swivel to keep the shiner deep. Use a 1/2 Oz White Buck Tail jig to fish the deep holes in the bends of the river. Bounce the jig off the bottom for best results.
 
 
WEKIVA RIVER

 Fish the deep holes with night crawlers or shiners for bass and catfish. Beetle-Spins will catch a variety of fish, slow troll along the edges of grass and pads or cast near the cypress roots or sunken logs.
 Cast a black shad plastic worm near stumps, fallen trees and lily-pads for bass. Troll  small crank baits  in the last stretch of river before the St Johns. A noisy top water lure such as the Rattlin-Rogue will also work.

Use a cast net to catch Menhaden shad in the river. Great bait for Stripers, Sunshine Bass and Largemouth bass.

Lake Dorr

 The deep water Around the docks on the west side of the lake are your best bet for specks. Slow troll a zip jig tipped with a minnow down deep.

 

Bear pond

 Located in Seminole WMA on Hwy 46
is a HOT spot for Channel Cats. This Lake
is stocked by Fish and Game and even has fish feeders. It's a great spot to take the kids. Bank fishing only. Bass must be released.
Access is from SR46 just west of the Wekiva River bridge.
Nite crawlers are best bait for channel cats.

Black Water Creek

 To fish Blackwater Creek in Seminole WMA or to get permits to Drive into Seminole Forrest call Lake Forestry Station at 352-360-6675.
 They will Fax the permit form with the lock combination to you or you may have them fax it to Sorrento Bait and Tackle at 352-383-1185. The permit is free. We charge a $1.50 fee for the fax service.


Crappie (Speck)

 For directions to boat ramps and best fishing
spots drop by Sorrento Bait and Tackle on your next trip to Lake County.
Click Here For Boat Ramps in Central Fl.
Florida Fisheries Ramps


CAPTAIN LYNDA HAWKINS GUIDE SERVICE REPORT

BASS'N GAL GUIDE SERVICE

Cell phone 352-267-0062

Toll Free 1-866-383-1893

    Even with the heat, Captain Lynda had a busy July and August.  Lots of nice bass were caught and released.  Dan & Rick came back for a birthday guide trip and caught 12 bass up to 8 pounds.  Dan caught the most fish this trip and had a great birthday.  Glen took out his son-in-law Bob and his grandson, Tommy and according to Glen had one of the best fishing days of their life.  They caught and released bass all day.  Ted and his daughter really had a great day and quite a learning experience catching and releasing 15 bass up to 7 pounds.  We caught a lot of them using an ultra-light rod and reel rigged up with a Gitz-it; pitching it at the edges of the topped out hydrilla.  Loads of fun.

   The private lake I fish is all catch and release but it is loaded with some big bass.  A lot of the local small lakes are producing some nice sized bass. Free lining a shiner (without a bobber or weight) is still producing some of the bigger fish.  A slow falling sinking weightless worm (Producto’s Hot Rod works great) or a white and chartreuse spinner bait reeled in as slowly as possible, are both working quite well.  Be sure to lift up on your rod tip occasionally then let the spinnerbait slowly fall to make it look as like a fluttering bait fish.  If you think you are fishing too slow, slow down even more.  These baits can produce some huge bass but they have to be worked very slowly.  (You want to feel the blades pulling or turning)  Lake Dora, Lake Harris, Lakes Cypress, Toho and Lake Hatchineha are still giving up some nice bass on large shiners and flipping the heavy Kissimmee Grass.  Try a frog or Gamblers Big Easy over lily pads, topped out hydrilla and along weed lines for largemouth bass.  Gamblers Big Easy Swim Bait is a fun bait to throw and seems to produce larger bass. 


Producto Hot Rod

 

    When all else fails use the drop shot method.  This is very productive if you are a patient fisherman.  If you would like to learn about the drop shot method give her a call or stop in at Sorrento Bait and Tackle to see how it’s done.

Captain Lynda is now fishing some private lakes as well as Central Florida major lakes and rivers.

     For the fishing trip you’ve dreamed of, give Captain Lynda a call at (toll free) 1-866-383-1893, or cell number 352-267-0062.

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Stop in at Sorrento Bait and Tackle to view the 15.2 pound lunker bass replica mount done by taxidermist Paul Solomon of Winter Garden.  This bass was caught by Captain Lynda and released so others could enjoy the thrill. 


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