Summer Fishing in Florida
Guest Blog by: Dustin Bozeman 6/24/2011
Some summer days can be very hot and miserable. Here in Florida I've found that the best way to catch them on days like this is to put your head down and just fish! Do what you know how to do and use something you have confidence in. For me personally I think confidence is one of the biggest things in fishing. If I don't have confidence in something I can't do good with it. But anyways here are some things I like to do when trying to locate fish. One of my most successful ways of finding fish during the summer is idling around looking for any submerged grass. Then when I find this grass either fish it with a rattle-trap or Carolina rig. This can produce decent fish but flipping is where I've been getting my quality. There is only about two types of cover I have been flipping and that is Kissimmee grass and Lilly pads. This is something I try to do when I have a limit of fish in the boat and I'm not upgrading any. Until next time stay in the grass and you should catch some bass.
Thanks, Dustin Bozeman
Hometown: Lakeland, FL
Biggest Bass: 10.8 lbs.
Biggest Stringer: 37 lbs.
Favorite Lake to Fish: Kissimmee Chain of lakes