Central Florida Bass Fishing Guide

Lee Bailey Jr Retired Bassmaster Elite Series Pro welcomes you to his Florida Bass Fishing Guide web site.



Catch Bass in Central Florida with retired ELITE SERIES pro Lee Bailey Jr

Lee Bailey Jr Retired Bassmaster Elite Series Pro

Retired Bassmaster Elite Series Pro Lee Bailey Jr: “My goal is a satisfied customer! I will do whatever it takes to see that you have a big grin on your face when you step out of the boat. Hope to see y’all soon!”

Lee Bailey Florida Bass Fishing Guide

We will fish in Central Florida’s renowned lakes that are just teeming with big bass. I will make this a fishing trip of a lifetime. Not only will you be immersed in the thrill of professional-level charter fishing in central Florida, but you’ll also experience the natural beauty and stunning water scapes Florida offers.

Florida Bass Fishing Guide offers a fun and relaxing day out on the water. It’s a great experience for family, friends, or even a solo trip. You’ll enjoy the tranquil surroundings of our fishing locations, conveniently situated near with-in an hour of Disney World, Universal and Tampa FL.

Dates book up fast! So we recommend contacting us as early as possible to reserve your day.

All experience levels are welcome! From seasoned anglers to beginners.

Florida Bass Fishing Guide caters to everyone’s needs and ensures a fun, safe, and rewarding fishing experience.

I guide with artificial baits ONLY.

Artificial bass fishing is an activity for avid or experienced angler. It is an activity that yields the most reward as you are imitating bait fish. When you ultimately trick a largemouth bass into eating a fake lure, it is a thrill you must experience. One of the key components to using artificial lures is a local expert.

Any questions?
Or want to book your trip?
Feel free to call my cell anytime at 860-235-9325 or email me: lee@leebaileyjr.com.

“One thing to remember is that the real reason why we all enjoy fishing so much is the fun and camaraderie we experience with our friends and family. Some of the best fishing stories have nothing to do with how many fish we caught or what bait or technique we used. They are about the people we were with when we created those memories”.
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