November Okeechobee Fishing Report
Lake Okeechobee is a world renowned fishery known for its incredible largemouth bass fishing. Every year and month you can catch trophy bass while adventuring out. Now is a great time of year to search for the bass of your dreams as the lake is looking fantastic. Big Bass season is right around the corner and we would not want you to miss out on the action. Here is your November Okeechobee fishing report to give you some insight.
Lake Okeechobee has 3 key locations to catch largemouth bass. The most north location is Okeechobee City. On the south west side you can fish out of Clewiston. The east side holds a unique fishing camp that is a great location to visit and experience in the town of Belle Glade. Slims fish camp is the perfect location for you if you are traveling from South Florida. If you are coming from North Florida or Central, be sure to check out Okeechobee City. Those that inhabit the west coast, Clewiston may be your best bet depending on how far north you live or are traveling to.
Our local experts have these destinations locked down. If you are looking to catch quality bass, these captains are the ones to fish with. Every day they are on the water looking for the best water and fish for you to catch. They all fish every location on the lake, so wherever you want to fish, we have you covered. Captain Brian Brown, Captain Rob Alfano and Captain Mike Groshon are all local experts in your destination. They would love to show you around this amazing place.
Captain Brian Brown had the pleasure of fishing with Tera and her boyfriend Trice. They were traveling from Utah looking to experience what Lake Okeechobee was all about. This was a bucket list item for Trice as they love to fish in Utah. Always hearing about big bass, they had to see what Lake Okeechobee could do for them out of Belle Glade and Slims Fish Camp.
Tera and her boyfriend Trice spent 8 hours on the water and had a blast. It is always nice for Captain Brian to be able to introduce new people to this amazing place. There is nothing like Lake Okeechobee. Unfortunately though, the bite was tougher than normal. They caught some good numbers throughout the day along with missing a few. No giants made it to the boat.
Tera and Trice enjoyed a change of scenery and can’t wait to come back for that big bass. After their fishing trip, they went down to Miami to explore what the waters would do for them. They wanted to land a peacock bass as well! Captain Brian is looking forward to their next opportunity to go fishing.
Just shortly after this amazing fishing trip, Captain Robert Alfano explored the waters of Clewiston, Florida. He had the pleasure of fishing with Dan Flynn along with his cousins Dave, Doug and another Dave. They were traveling from Pennsylvania, Florida and Wisconsin looking to get in on some action on Lake Okeechobee.
These gentlemen fished two days on the Big O catching some big numbers. The first day they caught 50 largemouth bass and on the second day they came in with 30 fish. Most of the bass were in the 1-3 pound range with an anchored big bass weighing 6 pounds. The action came from the outside Kissimmee grass on the north end of the Clewiston channel.
Clewiston Bass Fishing on Lake Okeechobee is picking up and Captain Rob is looking forward to fishing with these guys again!
Right after this fantastic fishing trip, Captain Mike Groshon adventured out with repeat clients out of Okeechobee City. It is always an honor and pleasure to get to fish with repeat clients. Drew and Whitney are back for more Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing action bringing along Whitney’s parents Tim and Shelly. It was their first time fishing the lake.
The morning bite was steady and strong bringing several quality bass to the boat. Shelly landed and caught her fist largemouth ever. The fishing conditions were perfect with light winds out of the east with blue bird skies. It was a great family fishing day with memories that will last them a lifetime.
Captain Mike looks forward to their next adventure on the water!
Lake Okeechobee is looking fantastic and is fishing even better. The largemouth bass are starting to eat and get into shallower water. Our season is upon us and the spawning is about to begin. If you are looking to catch a trophy bass, plan your trip soon before it is too late. Let’s get you hooked up on memories that you will never forget. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
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