After a Bout With Winds, Fishing is Back on the Agenda
Last updated 4/12/2022 at 10:29am
Not too many anglers were out last week due to the high winds we have experienced, but now that calmer weather has arrived, the fish and fishers are active again. On Lake Walk-in-Water, bluegill and shellcracker are still biting in the lily pads on crickets. With the full moon coming this weekend you can expect one more good wave of bass up in shallow water.
On Lake Hatchineha, it's a good idea to try the east side of the lake for shell crackers in the pads. Bass can be found around isolated lily pads and grass on the north end of the lake, so try casting a watermelon red Senko.
On big Lake Kissimmee, shell crackers can be found in the pads in a foot of water around School Bus and 27 Palms. A lot of bass are being caught on all types of patterns from running water to flipping or punching.
Good luck out there, and as always, practice good boating safety.
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