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Warming Water Fishing on Lake Okeechobee out of Okeechobee City, Florida

  • Warming Water Fishing

Warming Water Fishing

Florida Bass Fishing is beginning to pick up as the weather stabilizes. While visiting the state of Florida, enjoy Warming Water Fishing on Lake Okeechobee which is producing excellent fishing trips. Action is going to be jammed packed the next couple of months.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Alissa Tasler and Scott Renner. They were traveling from Tampa-Clearwater area to catch Okeechobee Largemouth Bass.

We had a great day out on the water. Warming Waters is the key in producing a great bite. Fishing conditions are getting to where they should be and the bass are on the prowl. They start to feed heavy and we are seeing more quality and numbers roll in.

Alissa and Scott caught 15 largemouth bass weighing up to 4.5 pounds. They enjoyed catching these great fish and are looking forward to the next time they get the chance. We had a lot of fun and I am also looking forward to fishing with them.

Don’t miss out on your Lake Okeechobee adventure next time you want to explore Florida Bass Fishing!

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2018-02-21T12:09:56+00:00February 22nd, 2018|Categories: Central Florida Fishing, Florida Fishing Reports, Lake Okeechobee, Largemouth Bass|Tags: |Comments Off on Warming Water Fishing on Lake Okeechobee out of Okeechobee City, Florida

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