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By Charlie Wynperle
Fishing Expert 

Fishing Still Spotty as Weather Heats Up

Some Folks are Doing Well!


Last updated 2/23/2022 at 1:33pm

Cricket Coates caught these beauties recently, proof that they are out there.

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Warmer weather is raising water temperatures on area lakes just as bass are starting to spawn, so many fish are mobile right now.

Fishing on Lake Walk-in-the-Water seems to be producing specks at night under lights, using minnows drifting. Bass fishing picked up a little last week with the moon, so try fishing outside edge early with a white and chart spinnerbait.

On Lake Hatchineha, specks are still in open water drifting minnows to the south. Bass are moving in shallows, try throwing a horny toad by zoom in white in the morning. then slowing down throw a black blue blue tip senko to anything isolated. That's is what is generating the bigger bites.

On Lake Kissimmee, speck fisherman are catching decent counts fishing a mixture of pads and grass in three to four feet of water.. Bass fishing is still hit or miss, as a lot of buck bass are roaming the shallows but still having problems finding the females. Use any worm and cast to anything isolated to locate them, then slow down


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