Joe Cavey and his dad had a great day on Okeechobee fishing with Cpt Nate. 30 to 50 fish morning trips are the norm, with big Trophy sized fish in the mix daily. Wild shiners are the way to catch them on Okeechobee. We fish from 22 foot boats so we can take up to 3 people per boat, we also have multiple boats so group trips are possible too!
Roger Perry can all the way from South Africa to realize his dream of catching a trophy Bass on Lake Okeechobee! The Zimbabwe resident had a big day to say the least
Clem from Oklahoma shows off a true Okeechobee Trophy Bass caught on a wild shiner. It was his first trip to Okeechobee, I’m guessing he will be back.
Greg from Tampa caught a good one fishing with live wild shiners. The water is high and has cooled off somewhat, but the fish are still eating. The Bass of a lifetime is one bite away!
Lenny came up from Ft Lauderdale to catch some big ole Okeechobee Bass on wild shiners! Lake Okeechobee is the place to catch big bass in the wintertime, actually anytime is big bass time on Okeechobee.
Meaghan caught em, on a very foggy morning!
No giant Bass today, just quality size bass and lot of them! It was the 14th trip with the New York boys.
Bob Booker caught a big Bass in spite of the cold weather, the fish still bit on wild shiners.
Parker from Howie in the Hills Fl had a great first fishing trip on Lake Okeechobee to start off his year!
Chris reaped the benefits of Wild shiner fishing in Januiary on Lake Okeechobee, so good!