Catching Bass Using Spinner Baits On The West Side Of The Lake

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Catching Bass Using Spinner Baits On The West Side Of The Lake

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Catching Bass Using Spinner Baits On The West Side Of The Lake

this is Capt George Mronzinski with the Lake Okeechobee fishing report.

Today we fished out of harney pond and the north shore, we were out on the water before daylight, expecting a great top water bite from the pre frontal conditions and as it turned out the morning was very slow, we only caught a few small fish and they even ignored the shiners.

The afternoon turned out to be a lot better though, with little bit of cloud cover and a little bit of wind and the bite on the spinner baits turned out to be very good.

We didn’t catch any monster fish but we did catch some very good quality fish and we had a lot of fun.

Later this week we are going to have a full moon, so we are planning for a lot of big fish to be moving in.

That’s it for now for all your fresh or salt water fishing adventures go to BassOnline, and start the new year with a bass fishing trip on the famous Lake Okeechobee, this is Capt George, until next time tight lines every one.


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2017-03-30T12:22:42+00:00 January 10th, 2017|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Catching Bass Using Spinner Baits On The West Side Of The Lake

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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.