Bass Fishing Lake Okeechobee with Capt Brian

Bass Fishing On Lake Okeechobee with Capt Brian

How’s everybody doing, This is Captain Brian Brown and this is your lake Okeechobee fishing report.

Today We were out of the south end, and I had john senior and John Junior with me a father-son combo and we had an absolute blast.

The weather was great perfect partly cloudy partly sunny the wind laid down you could not ask for better weather.

We did a shiner trip, We grabbed 6 dozen shiners and headed out at slims down there.

We hit a few different spots in the morning, the bite was pretty decent stayed steady we had 1 good 5-pound fish couple of 4-pound fish and a nice 3 1/2 pound fish in the mix and a bunch of 2-pound fish bunch of those fish kind of filled in the day.

Just had a wonderful day out there in the water the afternoon bite kind of slowed down a little bit but we managed to catch a few more fish in the late afternoon.

Overall great trip, so you guys wondering Christmas is coming up next month not too late to start thinking about getting some times reserved.

Anyways that’s it for now if you looking to enjoy some time on lake Okeechobee and hopefully have a trip of a lifetime give us a call, so until next time well catch you in the water and tight lines.

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Capt Brian Brown is a seasonal full-time bass fishing guide, he is also your go-to Crappie fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee. With over 20yrs of experience, Brian can help you understand the movements of fish, understand how to read your electronics. As well as helping you choose the proper tackle to use for your next fishing trip. So if you are ready for a fun day on the water with great fishing tips thrown in, Capt Brian could be the guy for you.

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