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Old 03-16-05, 11:05 AM   #1
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Default Stick Marsh/Farm 13 - Florida

The past couple of weeks the weather has been a major factor in the fishing. I have taken clients out in everything from 30+ mph winds to 80 degrees and sunny. The majority of the trips have produced over 30 bass with yesterday’s trip producing 117 bass. Countless bass between 5 and 8 pounds have been caught, and the largest for the week weighed 10 pounds. Both artificial lures and shiners are producing well, with shiners being the best choice during frontal conditions. The best artificial baits have been dark colored Senkos and white spinner baits. The bass have been eating the shiners free lined, Carolina rigged, and with floats. Each day the shiner bite has been different so try mixing it up until you figure out what the bass want. The best areas to fish are deep in the South end of Farm 13, the West side of Farm 13, and in and around current. Keep an eye out for shad bust they are starting early this year and should continue right through the summer. I talked with Bob Eisenhower who was out shocking yesterday and he had great results on the both the East and North end of Farm13. He also said they where out shocking the day before and had excellent result on the West and South sides of Farm 13. He also found lots of fish on the West side of the Stick Marsh. Every where they shocked they found lots of shad, and the bass looked very healthy. He did say the bass where spread out which is very common for this time of the year.

As April approaches look for the winds to calm down and the bass to school up. With the lack of grass in the lake the bass are going to have a field day chasing the shad, and we will be right there catching them. April through September is my favorite time on Stick Marsh/Farm13. The bite becomes very consistent and all our fishing will be with artificial baits. The crowds die down and you can spend all day fishing large schools of bass without another boat in sight. Catches of over 100 bass are very common and a large majority of bass will fall prey to Storm Rattlin’ Chug Bugs. Many bass over 10 pounds are caught in the summer and a large number of them will be caught on top water baits. So if catching bass on artificial baits is what you desire give us a call now and book what could become the bass fishing trip of your lifetime.


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