First Time Fishing Outdoor Adventure- Lake Okeechobee

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First Time Fishing Outdoor Adventure- Lake Okeechobee

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First Time Fishing Outdoor Adventure

This is another fishing report of Okeechobee bass fishing with Capt George Mrozinski from Lake Okeechobee.

Traveling up to Okeechobee City today was a great change of pace. Max and his brother in law Bob were in for a treat. Max had never fished a day in his life. He was about to embark on a First Time Fishing Outdoor Adventure- Lake Okeechobee.

As we get older, the more we want to experience things. For 75 year old Max, taking over Lake Okeechobee was on his bucket list. He has never been fishing before and wanted to know what all the fuss was about.

The first fish for max was a surprise. This largemouth bass was an absolute monster weighing 6 pounds 1 oz. That is an incredible firs time ever largemouth.

The fishing was great and the conditions really cooperated. Most of the fish we caught were ready to spawn.
I am looking forward to their return. The Lake is really heating up right now and I do not want you to miss your chances to catch an Okeechobee monster. Book now before it is to late.
Till next time, tight lines!!

 

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2017-03-02T10:44:04+00:00 March 2nd, 2017|Categories: Central Florida Fishing, Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass|Tags: |Comments Off on First Time Fishing Outdoor Adventure- Lake Okeechobee

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Joe LoBianco currently living in South Florida, born and raised in New York. He is now working as a Social Media Producer for bassonline.com. Fishing is his passion and he won't stop building businesses and fishing for the rest of his life.