Okeechobee Fishing Report 6/30/18
Danny Koon and Dilbert Day 2! We had fish blowing up on shad all around us. We caught about 35 or so bass today before running out of shiners. These two guys have become loyal customers of Okeechobee Bass Fishing and Shellen Guide Service and we sure appreciate them. Come and visit us this Summer and catch some of these schooling bass on spinner baits, swim bait, swim jigs, etc.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 6/29/18
These guys have just finished their 4th trip since April with Okeechobee Bass Fishing and they are still catching NICE fish. The weather is warm but the fish are still chewing. Danny and Dilbert are from Ft. Myers and both love catching BIG Okeechobee Bass! Come join us for some Summer Bass Fishing on Lake O!
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/30/18
This 9 lb 4oz. swamp donkey was by Tony from Ft. Myers they also caught 50 or so others with several fish in the 3- 5 lb range. The lake level is dropping and the fish are moving out of the marshes and to the outside of the grass edges. Fishing should only get better through out the summer months. Come join us this summer for a bucket list trip or to catch that bass of a life time. No matter what you come here for Okeechobee Fishing Guides/Okeechobee Bass Fishing can put you on the fish.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/29/18
The fishing is still RED HOT! Book your trip today to fish America’s greatest bass fishing lake and second largest fresh water lake in the country. Thank you to all of our clients who have supported us through the years and the great times and memories they have made with Okeechobee Bass Fishing and Shellen Guide Service.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/24/18
Jerry and his dad Jerome Van Slavens from Kentucky caught these beauts on a live wild shiner today. The bite was on again today with just about every shiner getting hit with in a minute or two of being in the water. The clouds today made the weather perfect and they just couldn’t take a live wild shiner swimming around anywhere near them. The lake level is dropping slowly and the fish are starting to move out of the marsh and to the outsides of grass edges making them an easier target.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/20/18
Ron King and his son from Boston caught a ton of nice fish today. They enjoyed there time together and spending Ron’s Birthday our on the water fulfilling a bucket list dream he has had for years. Come and join us for some fantastic fishing and fun on beautiful Lake Okeechobee!
Gary and Gavin Grinnell had an awesome day on Lake O catching 40 or so bass including these in the photo above. The one in Gavin’s right hand weighed in at 7 lbs. 11 oz. and they caught several others in the 3- 5 lb range. The bite is red hot and the Spring weather has been great as well. Come join us for a day on the water you will never forget.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/18/18
Helio and his son Ashton Leal from Boston, Mass. Caught these giants and many more beauties on live wild shiners today. Couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather and day. The fish started slow this morning but when the sun came up boy did they turn on. We still have some availability for the upcoming weeks so if you ever wanted to visit a beautiful lake and catch some lunkers NOW is the time.
8 lb 10oz.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/15/18
John Mason from Sarasota, Fl. caught this pig of a largemouth weighing nearly 9 lbs on a live wild shiner while fishing with Okeechobee Bass Fishing. The fish are chewing and now is your time to book your trip to embark on a journey into beautiful Lake Okeechobee. The weather is great and the wildlife viewing and fishing is spectacular.
Okeechobee Fishing Report 4/11/18
Dustin Herrin, Chris O’Brien, and Brian Larscheid are here from all over the United States helping those effected by hurricane Irma. They took some time off to come fishing with Okeechobee Fishing Guides and Oh what a great day it was. We caught nearly 50 fish with 5 being between 5-6 lbs. and 2 over 6 lbs. The weather changed 3 times throughout the day starting at 69 degrees and a soft breeze in the morning going to 62 degrees cloudy and foggy by 9:30 a.m. and blowing about 25 mph from the north and ending the day at 75-80 degrees with a light breeze from the south west. You never know what you are going to get weather wise on the U.S.’s second largest lake but what you will get is a bunch of bass and a great experience.