South East Lake Okeechobee Belle Glade Largemouth Bass Fishing

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South East Lake Okeechobee Belle Glade Largemouth Bass Fishing

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South East Lake Okeechobee Belle Glade Largemouth Bass Fishing

Hey everybody this is Capt Dave Lauer calling in a fishing report for Lake Okeechobee.

Here is your, South East Lake Okeechobee Belle Glade Largemouth Bass Fishing, report. Fishing out of Belle glade, which was looking like paradise today. I took customers that were from out of town, a gentlemen named Steve from Palm Beach Gardens and originally from San Francisco. His brother-in-law, Richard also came out with us from the St. Louis area. Steve works for Lockheed Martin, doing all kinds of things to keep our country safe. We had a very successful day. Caught a lot of fish. The three of us lost count. Lots of 3 pounders, got to the point where 4 pounders were starting to hit heavy as well. The biggest fish was over 5 pounds, nothing crazy, just a lot of good quality fish all day. We also had a bunch of double ups. Just a good day fishing. There was a beautiful breeze on the lake, never got too hot. I’m captain Dave. We’ll talk to you later.

 

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2017-01-21T03:51:57+00:00 January 21st, 2017|Categories: Florida Bass Fishing Lakes, Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass|Tags: |Comments Off on South East Lake Okeechobee Belle Glade Largemouth Bass Fishing

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