Captain Brett Isackson out at Lake Osborne

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This is your freshwater fishing report for today with Captain Brett Isackson out at Lake Osborne today fishing for Peacock bass.

We used some top-water today, had some action on little Sammy’s today and some jerk-baits. The biggest Peacock was about (4-1/2) four and a half pounds to (5lbs) five pounds that we got caught. We did about (20) twenty to (25) twenty-five peacock bass and a couple of large-mouth bass.

I was out with a long time repeat customer Rod Esquire looking forward to come down in December, February and March when he comes down for Lake Okeechobee.

Captain Brett…tight lines and everyone have a great day.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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