Big Female Bass Fishing
If you are looking for Florida Big Bass Fishing, now is the time to adventure South and get yourself hooked up. You can still experience spawning largemouth bass on Lake Okeechobee this time of year. Big Female Bass Fishing is the only option when venturing south.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Ron Powers along with some friends he brought with him. They were traveling from Maryland searching for some excellent bass fishing. They most certainly found it on this fishing trip.
We adventured out of Okeechobee City on the Northside of the Lake. Much big fish are in transitions from the hard lines to open flats as the months roll by. Even during different parts of the day, fish congregate in different areas. Smaller males are relating to the cattail walls in the morning. You can find bigger females in the flats.
Ron and his crew had an awesome day at Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing. They caught 35 bass anchored by a 7 pounder. Nothing beats the action we are experiencing on the Big O. I always look forward to fishing with these amazing people and can’t wait to do it again soon.
Don’t miss out on your adventure on Lake Okeechobee today!
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Captain Robert Alfano, was Anglers Choice Angler of the year South Central Division.
2010 Police and Fire Olympic Games Gold Medal winner 2 day Bass Tourny. He has over 40 years of experience fishing Florida Lakes with numerous tournament wins. Also, he was featured in October 2001 Florida Sportsman Magazine for 4 consecutive wins with big bass in each.
Capt Rob is a Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide and is well versed in all types, and styles of fishing, you would never guess there could be so many options to fishing and rigging. Robert guides on Lake Okeechobee full-time.