Lake Okeechobee water level returns and so do the Trophy Bass!

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Lake Okeechobee water level returns and so do the Trophy Bass!

Lake Okeechobee is back up and looking better then it has in many years. With over 14ft of water the fishing is getting better then it has in years. The growth of vegetation is endless, and the sightseeing is better then I have ever seen it.

This 10lb-4oz bass was caught yesterday, an example of what is the foreseeable future for Lake Okeechobee fishing. We are so excited for this season to come, if these type of fish are being caught in the middle of the summer there’s no telling how good it could get come the winter during the spawn.

Got to go now, lots of new water to research!

If you are visiting South or Central Florida for work or vacation and want to experience the best fishing that there is to offer then please give me a call. We can be reached @ (888) 629-BASS or email us fishing@bassonline.com

Good fishing,

Capt Mark Shepard
marks@bassonline.com
(863) 673-4966 cell
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2016-10-18T14:38:43+00:00 August 28th, 2008|Categories: Central Florida Fishing, Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Lake Okeechobee water level returns and so do the Trophy Bass!

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