This Week's Fishing Report Shows Where the Action Is
Last updated 12/20/2021 at 9:12am
Changing weather and unseasonable warmth has made the fishing a bit unpredictable this season, but there's still plenty of action if you know where to look.
On big Lake Walk-in-water, specks are moving into the grass first thing in the morning and late in evening. Go after them with minnows and a slip bobber. Bass are starting to move up into shallow water. Key in on pads and reeds throwing a spinnerbait or a watermelon red senko.
For Lake Hatchineha try drifting jigs and minnows at night. Folks are not catching many but the fish being caught are BIG. The bass are still on shell bars early. but try moving into the pads later with a stick bait.
On Lake Kissimmee, go to the grass lines on Gobblers Ridge and the School Bus area for limits of specks using minnows. Reports suggest the jig bite is slow. Getting Bass to bite is a game of covering a ton of water using search baits such as swim baits and swim jigs. Some are also being caught in grass mats flipping a heavy weight.
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].
Good luck, and good fishing!