Fish Are Biting, If You Know Where to Try
Here's the Latest Fishing Report from The Fisherman's Candy Store
Last updated 12/10/2021 at 1:46pm
The fish are biting in area lakes if you know where to go. At Bridgemaster Fishing Products, also known as the Fisherman's Candy Store, we've got a few tips for you.
At Lake Walk-in-water, try drifting minnows for speck (crappie). With cooler temperatures bass are starting to move up into shallow cover water, Try a moving bait such as a Ultravibe speed worm, swim jig, or swim bait.
For Lake Hatchineha you may do best using Midsouth jigs on outside grass and pads for speck. Bass are being caught on shell bars by dragging senko style baits.
For Lake Kissimmee we suggest using drifting minnows around hydrilla and brush piles. A few fish are being caught jigging outside the grass at first light. For bass its been very tough. As on Walk-in-water, cover the water with a moving bait such as a spinner bait, chatterbait, or swim jig.
On Crooked Lake, late night drifting for speck under lights with minnows and jigs is working. Bass are biting but most are small fish. Try throwing a worm up to the grass lines and slowly working out of the edge.
Come back each week and we'll offer an update based upon what's being reported. If you have tips you care to share, please email them to [email protected]