We are the guide service, known as the premiere Central Florida Fishing charter service for Orlando fishing. Come enjoy a day of Central Florida fishing where the bass are always biting somewhere. Weather you are visiting Florida on a family vacation or hard core fishing trip, we have a fishing lake near Disney World, Epcot, Universal Studio’s, Islands of Adventure, Sea World and other Central Florida attractions located in Orlando.
Central Florida fishing offer guided bass fishing charters on, Lake Tohopekaliga or “Lake Toho“, Lake Kissimmee, Butler Chain, Conway Chain, Walk in Water and world famous Stick Marsh/farm 13.
Your vacation and fishing guide are much too important to be left to chance and they shouldn’t be. Whether your visit in Central Florida is a vacation or business trip we like to think of it as a “once in a lifetime” event, either way make sure you rely on a guide service that is qualified to meet your needs puts your success as a priority.
The success of your charter is measured by the memories and pictures you carry home with you, not the money you pay your guide. We know your success not only revolves around catching fish, but your happiness with the over all trip which is the heart of our business and we will care for you accordingly.
Central Florida fishing is well known as “The Bass Fishing Capital of the World” with Lake Okeechobee leading the way as one of the most well known lakes in the state of Florida. The most often overlooked part of the state is beautiful Orlando. When people hear “Orlando Vacation” they think mostly of Disney, Sea World and Universal Studios, but what a lot of people don’t realize is the great bass fishing the area has, and just how close to all major theme parks the great fisheries are. The great Kissimmee Chain of lakes. Lake Kissimmee, Lake Toho, Lake Cypress, and Lake Hatchineha. These lakes are world famous and have consistently produced big trophy bass year round.
All of these lakes have long been known as some of Florida’s best trophy bass fisheries. But in January of 2001 Lake Toho was actually put on the Map. During the B.A.S.S. Top 150 tournament held at Lake Toho, Team Skeeter Dean Rojas broke the trail’s all time, one day record, with a five fish limit of 45 pounds 2 ounces. And, he broke the four day catch record with 20 bass weighing 108 pounds 12 ounces. After the tournament Rojas commented that, “I can’t believe it. I could have never dreamed that I would catch 108 pounds in a tournament. You can talk about California having all the big fish, but they don’t have anything to compare to this. You guys have the big ones here.” His record included fish weighing 10.13, 10.0, 9.0, 8.2 and 7.3 pounds.
The 2006 BASSMaster Classic was held in central Florida and won by Luke Clausen, a 27-year old professional from Spokane Valley, Wash., jumped to the lead with a Bassmaster Classic one-day catch record of 29 pounds, six ounces. He staked himself to nearly a five-pound lead on Day Two and facing hellish weather conditions Sunday on Lake Kissimmee, held off the field with a five-fish limit that weighed 11-13.
Clausen’s consistent performance resulted in a record three-day total of 56pounds, two ounces all while fishing on Lake Kissimmee, and earned him victory in the 36th annual Classic. He also pocketed the $500,000 first prize that accompanies the win.
Central Florida fishing also has the Butler Chain of Lakes, located in and around the town Orlando Florida.
They are just minutes away from all 3 major theme parks, and offer some excellent bass fishing on what we believe to be some of Florida’s most pristine waters. Butler Chain is referred to as more of a chain of lakes, with its clean, clear waters and deep holes. Depths ranging up to almost 40 feet deep, this chain offers some great bass fishing action using a wide variety of techniques from your typical worm fishing to jigging spoons, which makes it a very popular chain for the fishermen coming down from the north for a break from the cold and snow.
The Clermont Chain is yet another great bass fishery, with that “Old Florida” look to it. With the tanic waters from the cypress trees that ring these great lakes and the river that takes you to the many lakes on this chain, it gives you the feel of what life was like before big development hit the state. This great Central Florida fishing chain holds some very good bass action, and is well known to take 15 to 25 pounds to win a one day tournament with several 10 pound plus bass being caught yearly here, and only 30 minutes from the major theme parks.
All of the Central Florida bodys of water are good artificial lakes and even better shiner fishing lakes. So, we cover the entire central Florida area which includes, Lake Toho, Lake Kissimmee, Lake Okeechobee, Walk in Water, Stick Marsh and others when it comes to fishing Central Florida, no one does like US. We have the credentials and creditability to back it up. Don’t be fooled by some imposture with a saltwater boat, claiming to be a bass fishermen. You know the difference, don’t be sold short!
We also have a full Central Florida Fishing photo album and testimonials of the fish caught by our customers. If you are ready for the adventure of a lifetime, click here to book your Florida guides, or get detailed trip information on our charter.