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Baiz

Fl. Orlando, I'm new in (fresh water) fishing

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I moved to Fl. Oviedo for my academic studies ;D, I used to fish in seas with dead baits I haven't used any artificial lures, in other words I used to cast the line and wait for a bait I need some advise from you guys, and who knows I may become a goof fisher :) I wish so, I may join you in a group fishing trip. :D

All best :)

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welcome to the site. tons to learn here!

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to the forums.

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Baiz! One of the best things about this site is that everyone is welcome regardless of level or experience. Enjoy!

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Great to hear from a guy in Florida, I fished down there a couple times, lots of big bass in the freshwater spot.

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Welcome bro, I am an Orlando native, so rock on. Haven't been out to Oviedo ever but I'm sure it has lots of great natural lakes just like the rest of central Florida. Keep reading on here and we can get you started on how to bass fish with artificial lures so you can have a blast fishing on any local pond or lake. In fact here is a great way to start given by our moderator, "RoadWarrior":

http://www.bassresource.com/bass_fishing_forums/YaBB.pl?num=1158577137

Good luck man.

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Welcome Home!

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Welcome, Oviedo has some real nice ponds & lakes. Try Lake Charm & Round Lake.

And if you catch Beatrice please release her I've been feeding her for 3 yrs now. :)

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