When it comes to bass fishing and doing it for as long as I have, you need a break. Before our bass fishing season started here on Lake Okeechobee, I took a nice break and got away from Florida. Artificial Big Bass Fishing commenced once I got back on the water out of Clewiston, Florida.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Charlie Reid. He loves to fish for largemouth bass on Lake Okeechobee strictly with artificial baits.
Lake Okeechobee is preparing for one excellent season. Big bass are beginning to move in and Charlie knows all about this season as he is one of my great repeat clients. He has caught some big bass with me before but this trip was different.
Live bait is generally the best way to catch largemouth bass on Lake Okeechobee this time of year. Charlie would never touch it though. He is well experience angler that knows what he enjoys.
Charlie caught his personal best largemouth bass weighing 8.5 pounds. This female was an absolute monster and beautiful fish. You can’t beat the action this time of year.
It was a wonderful day and a great way to start the season off. Our season here on Okeechobee is the best time to catch the fish of a lifetime like the one Charlie caught. Don’t miss out on your adventure next time visiting the state of Florida.
Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing is starting to really take way here in Florida. Florida Double Bass Fishing on Lake Okeechobee is a must experience next time traveling to the state. Big bass are beginning to move in off the main lake getting ready for their first big spawn.
I had the pleasure to have a double on this amazing day. Our first trip was with John and his family traveling from Canada. The weather was nice with sunny skies and a nice breeze out of Slims Fish Camp
Largemouth bass on Okeechobee were not cooperating as much as we would have liked on this trip. I gambled and found some quality fish and spots throughout the day. I told them on our final spot that “If we don’t get a bite, I am going to hire a guide myself.” Luckily, we put some nice largemouth in the boat.
Our second trip, I had the pleasure of taking out the Simard Family traveling from Ottawa Canada. Skies were still sunny and the trip had a much different spot. We started at the same spot with a much different outcome.
The fish bite right away and we did not have to move much. We had several quality bass in the boat with the biggest weighing 5.5 pounds on this Florida double bass fishing trip.
Being on Lake Okeechobee in 80 degree weather is something you cannot beat. Don’t miss out on your adventure today during this incredible season.