March Fishing Report for Lake Okeechobee


      Long time client Earl Trotter caught another big Bass, he has caught a lot of them with us through the years. The next day he caught 81 Shellcrackers to top off a great couple days of catching!

Bass, Blue Gill and Shell Crackers are all on the menu for March and April if you just love to catcyh fish now is the time to visit us and enjoy the catching. Many days we will start with shiner fishing just to see if we can put our clients on a big trophy sized Okeechobee Bass and then once that slows down we move on to catching panfish. Whether it's big blue gill or shell crackers it doesn't matter, these fish fight like crazy and are very tasty table fare! Kids and adults alike will enjoy just plain old catching fish!
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Warm Weather, Warm Water, Big Okeechobee Bass!


         Bill Wilt from Vero Beach Fl. has fished with us many times and has caught big Bass before, but nothing like this giant Okeechobee Swamp Donkey! This fish is one of the bigger fish we have caught this year so far, and it's only February. Okeechobee is churning out huge numbers of bass as well as trophy bass everyday! If you are a bass fishermen or just someone who wants to catch some fish we will teach you to catch these bass. We are approaching March which is the start of springtime bassin and the best bass catching in the United States. Visit Okeechobee and experience the best bass fishing of your life! Call early it's a very busy time of year!
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Small Boy catches Big Bass!


      John Stockwell from Canada and his grandson spent the morning fishing with us and both caught big Bass!. Lake Okeechobee is giving up Large Trophy size Bass nearly every trip we take, aside from big bass large numbers of bass are being caught each trip. Bring your children or grandchildren to experience the beauty and terrific fishing on Lake Okeechobee.

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Veteran Anglers score Big on Okeechobee!

         Joe and Gary Robinson from Hillsborough County visited Okeechobee for some of the best Bass fishing in the World, and Lake Okeechobee did not disappoint them. These gentlemen know how to fish and they were pleasantly surprised to find out that Okeechobee can still put out Big Bass and numbers of bass as well. They caught bass on wild shiners until they were tired and then drove home with a huge smile on their faces.   Okeechobee Fishing Report, Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report, Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing, Okeechobee Bass Fishing, Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guides

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'John & Alex Bechy, day 2, 2 bass over 7 pounds, one 8 1/2 pound bass and one 10 pound 2 oz bass!   1-10-12'
When John and Alex visited Okeechobee for a day of Bass Fishing they had no idea that they were going to have a day like every angler dreams about! Live wild shiners catch big Bass on Lake Okeechobee!
               Lake Okeechobee is yielding great numbers of bass to anglers right now whether using live wild shiners or artificial baits. Wild shiners are responsible for more big Bass than any other bait on Lake Okeechobee, although right now top water plugs, spinner baits, senko's and 10 inch worms are all accounting for large numbers of small bass. Speckled Perch or Crappie as our Northern friends call them are being caught in the heavy cover areas of the marsh by anglers using small jigs, various colors will work, so search until you find a color they will eat. Anglers using minnows are finding good numbers of fish as well, the Kissimmee River or local canals all have a healthy population of specks so try your hand at fishing the Big "O" today. Give us call we are here to make your fishing day the best you have ever had! Okeechobee Fishing Report, Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report
 

Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report: Catching Bass is family fun!

   The Gutch family had a great day of catching, competition between the two boats was fierce and the smack talk was flying back and forth all day! Live wild shiners are the meal ticket for Okeechobee's Trophy Bass! They were grateful for their Okeechobee Fishing Guides putting them on the BIG fish and will be back to fish again.

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     Tom Howatt and his son Boyd enjoyed a special morning of catching big Bass on Lake Okeechobee, very large live wild shiners were the choice of bait and they were eating them!   Lake Okeechobee is yielding great numbers of bass to anglers right now whether using live wild shiners or artificial baits. Wild shiners are responsible for more big Bass than any other bait on Lake Okeechobee, although right now top water plugs, spinner baits, senko's and 10 inch worms are all accounting for large numbers of small bass. Speckled Perch or Crappie as our Northern friends call them are being caught in the heavy cover areas of the marsh by anglers using small jigs, various colors will work, so search until you find a color they will eat. Anglers using minnows are finding good numbers of fish as well, the Kissimmee River or local canals all have a healthy population of specks so try your hand at fishing the Big "O" today. Give us call we are here to make your fishing day the best you have ever had!