Okeechobee Fishing ReportOkeechobee Fishing Report 12-17-2016- Brian from Virginia visits Florida for the Winter and fishes with us 8 to 12 times a season, as you see he started his 2016 season off with a Big Bass caught on a wild shiner. He still has 4 more months with us to catch one bigger, don't bet against it! Lake Okeechobee is producing large numbers of bass every trip that is taken, with big Bass being caught at a rate not seen for quite a few years. Live wild shiners are the way to go if you are interested in catching the single biggest fish of your lifetime, not to mention the most bass in a morning of your life as well! We live in Okeechobee and our experience level and track record on the lake is unsurpassed. Our customers continue to call us to fish the Big "O" year after year, one because we have fun when we fish, and two we produce more big bass than any other guide on this lake, that's a combination that is hard to compete with. Thanks, Cpt Shellen
Okeechobee Fishing ReportsThere is not a better place to catch big Bass in the World. Lake Okeechobee is providing our clients big Bass and lots of them every single day. Give us a call and lets talk about your Okeechobee Fishing Trip. 863-357-0892 Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report Okeechobee Fishing Report Lake Okeechobee Fishing Reports Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guide Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guides Okeechobee Fishing Reports
Okeechobee Fishing ReportsMike & Brenda Lang from Lake Wales caught this huge handful of Big Bass on wild shiners! Lake Okeechobee is churning out the big Bass and lots of them!
Lake Okeechobee is putting out huge catches of Trophy size bass every day for our clients that have been fishing with us. Large numbers of bass and Big Bass equal fun for everyone and smiles that light up the whole day! Denny and Karen Weisbrod from Port Charlotte fished two days this week, and caught them both days! Lake Okeechobee Fishing Reports Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guides
Brian Graves from Va. and his first big Bass of the Season, this one and many more fell prey to live wild shiners, November was great, December could be even better!