Kissimmee River Largemouth Bass Fishing

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Kissimmee River Largemouth Bass Fishing

Bass Fishing Kissimmee River in December 2010.
Onboard with Regan’s from Canada they came to Florida for warmer weather. We had a good trip for the conditions. It started at about 30 degrees. There was no bite on the Lake Okeechobee, so I ran up the Kissimmee River.

We fished shiners in about 10 – 15 feet of water & had three hook ups at once. We got one in that was about 61/2 lbs., the others that came off looked like one about 7lbs. and the other about 4lbs. That would haves been a great picture! The Regan’s caught about a dozen fish on a cold day for Florida standards but still a great fishing trip for conditions.

Thanks guys looking forward to seeing you again.
Till next time tight lines and good fishing….
From Staff Writer Capt. Mark Rogers ([email protected])
BassOnline.com / 888-829-BASS

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Lori an author, angler, manager and fishing enthousis. Grew up in North Carolina and has a passion for all things involving the outdoors. Enjoys fishing, boating and loves her daughters, critters and traveling.

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