4 hours with Victor and his grandson Brad on Lake Okeechobee

4 hours with Victor and his grandson Brad on Lake Okeechobee

Hey Everybody this is Capt Brian Brown with your December Lake Okeechobee fishing report.

I was out this morning on my first trip of the day for 4 hours with Victor and his grandson Brad on Lake Okeechobee. We went out of the north end out of Lake and got our bait for Garrard’s bait and tackle, we only got a couple of dozen shiner because they wanted to spend a little time doing artificial fishing as well.

We headed out and set up on one of my favorite main lake points and got lucky some schoolers moved in and we burned through those two dozen shiners pretty quick when those fish started busting the surface. It was pretty good, I think they caught a least 18 or 20 fish on there 24 shiners…now that’s good fishing.

So then they wanted to go artificial fishing, after that quick start things were a little bit tougher. We did get a couple of fish on the jerkbaits and one on the top water, and I believe we had one on a rattletrap. They had an awesome time, just a great time watching the family making memories. Taking pictures to send back and just knowing that they will cherish those pics for the rest of the life.

The weather was perfect this morning, couldn’t ask for anything better. A great after Christmas trip for Victor and Brad.

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But they had an awesome father son time out there today. It’s just a blast when you see everyone having a great time, probably the best part of this job is and time with great families and watching them making memories. Spending quality time with great people, it was great fishing, the weather turned out awesome and what a Christmas presents of those guys!

Anybody else looking to get out with her fathers, sons or daughters it’s good for the whole family. Look us up at BASSONLINE.COM if we can get you out one the water and hopefully get you a trip of a lifetime. Till next time, tight lines from Capt Brian Brown.

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