Central Florida Freshwater Fly Fishing Report

Hunter Towery has been actively learning some off the beaten path bodies of water, further away from the urban sprawl of Central Florida. Focusing his efforts in his home waters in Polk County he has came up with a unique method of chasing largemouth bass and other local warm water species with the fly rod. In what he likes to call “backcountry bassin”, he uses the stealth of a locally built western style drift boat to chase bass in some pretty gorgeous places. He likes to focus on smaller more scenic bodies of water that offer the angler a more intimate experience with nature and the fish.

Fly Fishing The Flood Zone

Conditions: Great Surface Temp: 85F Clarity: Tannic 18 Inches Guide Tip: My most productive rig for fishing for bass during … Sep 1st, 2018

Heavy Cover Fly Fishing

Time: Early Morning/Late Afternoon Surface Temp: 82f Clarity: Slightly Tannic-24” Tip of the Week: The local fishing has been great … Aug 3rd, 2017

Central Florida Freshwater Fly Fishing Hunter Towery 7/17

Best Time: Early Morning -Late Afternoon Surface Temp: 80F • Clarity: Medium Tannic-18” Tip of the Week: Fish frog poppers … Jul 3rd, 2017

Central Florida Freshwater Fly Fishing

Best Time: Afternoon Surface Temp: 75-77 degrees Clarity: Medium Tannic-18” Tip of the Week: The fish are in the shallows … Jun 1st, 2017

Central Florida Freshwater Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing Report Surface Temperature: 69 Degrees Best Time: Afternoons Clarity: Slightly Tannic Tip Of The Month: The bass are … May 1st, 2017
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