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Welcome to Orlando Fishing Guide.com. Come enjoy the real Florida. The Kissimmee Chain of Lakes is the headwaters to the everglades. We specialize in artificial and live bait fishing for trophy Largemouth Bass in the Orlando, Kissimmee, and Disney area.

If record Largemouth Bass is what you are looking for, then West Lake Toho and the professional fishing guides of Orlando Fishing Guide service will be your best chance of catching that Largemouth Bass of a lifetime in Orlando. Come fish the Orlando Florida Lake that produced the B.A.S.S. all-time tournament record catch.

Our professional guides specialize in artificial and live bait fishing for the famed Florida Largemouth Bass. Don’t let your trip to Central Florida or to Disney World go without a professional guided fishing trip aboard one of our state of the art modern professional bass boats or bay boats, on the beautiful Kissimmee Chain of Lakes that include big name lakes such as West Lake Toho, Lake Cypress and the well-known Lake Kissimmee.

Orlando fishing guide is head-quartered in St. Cloud, Florida within minutes of Disney, Universal Studios, the Orange County Convention Center and the famous International Drive in Orlando, Florida. We are in the business of guiding, not just to pre-fish our next tournament, but to provide the fishing experience of a lifetime.

Our guides know the waters of Orlando, Florida like no other, artificial or live bait. They are the fishermen of Orlando Fishing Guide.com.

Give us a call and we will arrange your Orlando trip of a lifetime!

 

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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Spring is here March is here, and spring is in the air, on the Kissimmee chain of lakes. The bass are spawning just like they should . As the water temps warm, the bass are spawning out in deeper water up to 5 feet . look for good sandy spawning areas. Put the trolling motor down, and start hunting for beds. the key is to go right back to where you were catching bass in early February and just move out until you see the beds. Polarized glasses are a must. Open water hydrilla patches are holding good numbers of bass that have already spawned . Bait of choice is live wild shiners for big bass. Artificial baits of choice will be rattle traps chrome and black back, plastic baits in watermelon red color has been hot!Panfish bite. Crappie are still inside finishing up there spawn in shallow , making there way out to open water. fish the pads and reeds that are clean with no hydrilla. minnow on a gold hook works best. in 3 feet of water. Start looking for shell cracker beds in 2 feet of water. Sandy areas are best . The blue gill will also start spawning on the full moons when the water temps are warming.