Summer Lake Okeechobee Fishing
Many ask “Can I catch trophy largemouth bass in the summer months on Lake Okeechobee?” All year long you can fish Lake Okeechobee and catch that dream fish. Each year gives you different areas and techniques to fish for them. Even in the warmer months of the year, you can catch feeding and schooling trophy largemouth bass. Summer Lake Okeechobee fishing will provide memories worth a lifetime.
Our professional and local expert Captains have knowledge of this lake like no other. One of the benefits of fishing with our team is that we can put you on the fish you are looking for. When you come fishing on Lake Okeechobee, it is trips like such that make you fall in love with bass fishing. Captain Brian Brown loves fishing this lake and putting his clients on the best fish possible.
Bill and Mary were traveling from Missouri to experience Lake Okeechobee. The most productive area for fishing has been the west side of the lake out of Harney Pond. It was a special trip for Mary as she never caught a fish before. They went out on a quick 4 hour fishing trip out of Big water bait and tackle.
Wild caught live shiners were the most effective bait to catch largemouth bass this trip. Storms were rolling in which made the bite more interesting. They had to put on some rain gear and hunker down to wait for it to pass. Sometimes when you are patient and wait it out, you can catch some of your biggest fish on the back side of a rain storm.
Bill and Mary had a great time fishing on Lake Okeechobee. They caught numbers of largemouth bass weighing up to 4 pounds. Mary caught the most fish, the first fish and the biggest fish she had ever caught on this fishing charter. You can’t beat this summer action and Captain Brian is looking forward to fishing with them again in the future.
When it comes to Summer Lake Okeechobee Fishing, you can also explore different species. Captain Brian was fishing out of the North End on this Okeechobee Fishing Adventure in search for the variety of summer species. Okeechobee City is a fantastic city to experience Lake Okeechobee and all that it has to offer.
Gary and Jan were traveling to Lake Okeechobee to fish for largemouth bass and bluegill. They wanted to fish for crappie but the best time to catch crappie has passed. Instead, bluegill and bass were running steady and you could catch them up great. Experience a half day of bass fishing and a half day of bluegill fishing and you will be hooked for life.
Weather conditions were beautiful and perfect for a fishing trip. They had a blast catching bass with some quality fish in the boat along with great numbers. After catching up the bass, they switched over to bluegill fishing finding a variety of Okeechobee species. Gary and Jan found some bluegill, mayan cichlids, tilapia and cooperhead bream.
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