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FL
United States
28° 55' 25.176" N, 81° 21' 9.2088" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Bass Challenger Guide Service - Eddie Bussard
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Fishing Report
August 8, 2014
It's been a fun week of Bass Fishing here on the St Johns River. All week I had clients wanting numbers of fish and not really worried about big fish. With that being said, we spent the entire week fishing for schooling fish on main river ledges. Talk about fun. There is nothing better than seeing these mean St Johns River Bass knocking a topwater bait 3 feet in the air then inhaling it when it lands back in the water. Zara Spooks were the bait of choice all week long. On a couple days, my clients caught over 40 fish in a morning and the other days, we had around 20 fish but lost as many as were caught. The Trophy Fish are out there to be caught, you just have to make up your mind to target Trophy Bass and stick to that game plan. For those clients that are planning on coming this winter in Jan., Feb., or March to fish the spawn, it's time to start booking your days. I'm getting a lot of calls and already have 45 of the 90 calendar days in those three months booked, so don't wait. Remember the St Johns River is only minutes from Orlando, Disney World, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Cocoa Beach FL.
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Fishing Report Provided by Bass Challenger Guide Service - Eddie Bussard
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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity:
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
May 27, 2014
Week after week it's been the same reporting here on the St Johns River the Bass Fishing Is unreal. We haven't used shiners in weeks (which is a big savings for clients) because the artificial bite is just to good. All week we have caught big numbers of fish with most mornings hitting the 30 to 50 fish mark in just a couple hours. This morning I didn't have a trip so I went out looking at some new areas and it was well worth the effort as I caught 35 fish in less then 3 hours. The topwater bite was great.
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