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By Charlie Wynperle
Fishing Expert 

Fish are On The Move This Week With Changing Weather

High Winds Forecast for Saturday, So Please Use Caution

 

Last updated 3/9/2022 at 8:26pm

Courtesy Lakeland Bassmasters

Skip Lamb and Jake Schumucker took these lunkers from the Lake Harris Chain of Lakes this week.

The weather forecast this week is for continued warm weather and a chance of showers and thunderstorms until Saturday, when it's predicted to get dangerously gusty on area lakes. Please use caution as you boat about.

On Lake Walk-in-the-Water, folks are starting to catch bluegill and shell cracker in the grass and pads on red worms and wigglers. Bass are starting to move to more isolated cover, so try using a redbug trick worm working it slow.

For Lake Hatchineha, if you are seeking the big bass, know that they're being caught on shell bars at mouth of cypress canal on Carolina rigs. Specks are still being caught in the pads on minnows and jigs.

On Lake Kissimmee, this week, you may find that boats are stacked up in pads around the 27 Palms area as first wave of shell cracker have pulled in. Bass are still up shallow on isolated pads, but getting harder to find.

Editor's Note: We would like to share photos of you with your big catch! If you have tips or photos you care to share, please email them directly to [email protected]

 

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