Bass Fishing On The South End of Lake Okeechobee With Capt Brian

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Bass Fishing On The South End of Lake Okeechobee With Capt Brian

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Bass Fishing On The South End of Lake Okeechobee With Capt Brian

Hey everybody this is Capt Brian Brown with your lake Okeechobee fishing report.

We started the day off with a bang, I had good friends Richard and David with me and we went out of the south end with 4 dozen shiners for a 6 hour trip.

We only really had to check out three spots and they were really close to each other and we had some really good numbers and good quality fish.

We caught a bunch of 3 to 3 and a half pounds and has the day went on the sun got higher in the sky and the bite started to get a little slow but we still caught them pretty decent.

David caught 2 beautiful fish back to back one at 6 and a quarter and another in the 7 and a half range and Richard while he was waiting for David catching those fish used a shiner and ended up catching 5 fish on that one shiner so he got his money worth out of that one.

The weather was great light wind, sun moved up but we had some cloud cover that kept it cool but warm enough to wear shorts, it was just an awesome day.

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2016-12-15T17:52:48+00:00 December 15th, 2016|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Bass Fishing On The South End of Lake Okeechobee With Capt Brian

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Born and raised in South Florida, Daniel Steggerda is a writer/editor for bassonline.com. He enjoys fishing trips, Studying technology, high intensity interval training, and reading fantasy books or Lovecraft inspired horror stories on rainy days in the sunshine state.