There's Some Hot Fishing Action on Area Lakes
Bass and Specks Are the Big Attraction
Last updated 1/17/2022 at 2:58pm
With the recent rains and changing temperatures, fish are on the move around southeast Polk. Lakes large and small are seeing good activity.
On Lake Kissimmee, always a hot spot, Bass have moved in shallow. When you think you're shallow, go a little bit shallower, into the pads and flags. Throw an Ol' Monster or Junebug for good reactions.
On Walk-in-the-Water, Speck fishing is heating up at night using minnows. Drift with a light until you draw their attention.
Bass are up shallow, so start fishing anything that is isolated. Fish a super fluke slowly, almost dead sticking it. Patience is the key.
Bass are also up shallow on Lake Hatchineha, so try fishing in isolated cover in the pads. Let a Senko soak for as long as you can stand it. Specks are moving up shallow in the pads, so try jigging with a Muck City jig.