Wednesday, August 27, 2014
I have been doing a lot of fishing and sight seeing in the Three Lakes Wildlife Area all week. Yesterday I came across a lot of deer, and took several pictures. After my guests 4 hours of fishing, I will drive around the wildlife area usually 45 minutes worth of driving through prairies. Here are some of the photos from yesterday morning.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
It's been a few weeks since I have done any updates. There is a lot to talk about.
I am 10 months post my double lung transplant. Still feeling amazing. I did have a little set back because I was doing way to much to fast. Ended up with heat exhaustion and had to kind of sit back and relax. It's been hot...heat indexes around 105-107 degrees almost everyday. Next week highs will only be in the low 90's...I can't wait for fall to get here.
I am also thrilled to announce a new partnership with Captain Randy Dumars. Captain Randy has been a long time central Florida captain. We are working together to give our guests even better experiences. We now offer freshwater and saltwater charters, hog and gator hunting, scenic airboat tours and Bow Fishing.
I have also added another lake for charters. Charters are now available on Lake Jackson which is within a federal management wildlife area. The land is over 96 sq miles and full of deer, osceola turkey's, bald eagles, 150 bird species, wild hogs. Lake Jackson sits in the middle of the wildlife area, it is 1060 acres and loaded with double digit sized largemouth bass. The lake is also full of crappie, bluegill and some pretty big alligators. Fishing on Lake Jackson is more then just a fishing charter, it truly is a adventure.
Fishing has been great, the water is hot, in the upper 80's, but mornings are still producing tons of bites, a lot of schooling fish, and still getting big bass. As it cools the fish will start fattening up again for the winter. Even with the heat guests are catching 9 lbs bass, especially on Lake Jackson on artificial baits.
All the new information about my charters are now on my website, www.orlandotrophybass.com