Low Water Fishing Charter
Lake Okeechobee is a fantastic fishery that has been going through a lot of change. In efforts to manage the water across the state and get ready for the rain season, the water management has lowered the lake. For weekend anglers, this could pose a threat to your boat. Those that are on the lake all the time, such as our local experts, know exactly how to navigate this beautiful place. Hop on board for a low water fishing charter that can get you on some quality largemouth bass.
Our local experts have been on the water making sure everything is safe and sound. Years of experience has allowed them to know when and where to go. You can feel safe when you are on board our vessels. We want you to have a great experience and get your whole family on an adventure of a lifetime.
Here is your Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Update:
Captain Mark Rose had the pleasure of fishing with Fred and his wife Sue. They were traveling from Ohio to get out of the cold and into the warm weather. While here, bass fishing was a must on Lake Okeechobee. Low water conditions made for a fun day. Fred and Sue fished for two days and had a blast on each trip.
Generally, live bait is the way to go when fishing Lake Okeechobee. Fred and Sue enjoyed catching bass with artificial baits though. They boated over 60 Florida largemouth bass weighing up to 5.5 pounds. Fred caught this big bass on his second cast. The bait of choice was a black and blue senko or a watermelon red flake fluke.
There is nothing action like this. Lake Okeechobee is heating up and the bite is getting stronger day by day. Fred and Sue are looking forward to getting back on the water with Captain Mark in the near future!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Mark was back on the water out of Belle Glade, Florida. He had the pleasure of taking his return client John and his good friend Larry on a fishing trip. They were traveling from the Naples area looking to experience Lake Okeechobee. This was Larry’s first time on the lake and was not disappointed.
When you come to adventure out on Lake Okeechobee, you have a great chance at catching some big bass. Larry made the right decision and ended up catching some of the biggest bass of his life. You are destined to catch your personal best on Lake Okeechobee. Larry caught his weighing 7.5 pounds. John caught several bass in the 4-5 pound range. Lots of quality bass to be caught this time of year.
The fish are getting hungry and now is the time to capitalize on the action. Weather on Lake Okeechobee is stabilizing make for some great conditions. John and Larry will be back for more action with Captain Mark Rose!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Brian Brown adventured out of Belle Glade, Florida. He had the pleasure of fishing with Don, his father-in-law Gary, and his son Hayden. They were traveling from Ohio looking for a bass fishing adventure they would remember. Lake Okeechobee granted that wish for this family.