Cold Front Bass Fishing
Florida Fishing for bass is one of the most exciting outdoor activities you can partake in when traveling to Florida. The time of year to come to catch the fish of your dreams is now. Big bass is beginning to move in. Don’t be discouraged when you are experiencing Cold Front Bass Fishing.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Brian traveling from Michigan. He really wanted to fish on Lake Okeechobee and we made it happen. Brian opted in for some cold-front bass fishing.
He wanted to go after the largemouth bass on artificial baits but a drop in temperatures can shut that bite down. It was a great day to go fishing though with clear skies and a slight breeze.
Brian put over 30 fish in the boat. When conditions turn in any direction, shiners are the most effective method to catch the largemouth. Fish ranged from 1.5 to 5 pounds. You never know what to expect when fishing Lake Okeechobee.
I look forward to fishing with Brian again in the future. Don’t miss out on your adventure when traveling to Florida. Until next time, keep searching for those big ones.
If you enjoyed this post with Captain Mark Rogers, you might also enjoy this fishing report from the same area.
Captain Mark Rogers is a full-time South Florida bass guide and touring professional. Experience includes BASS Master Elite Tour, FLW Tours, Everstart, BFL tournaments, and many others. Mark has a list of accomplishments in the fishing industry a mile long. Mark originally from California moved to Florida, sharpen his northern skills years ago to master guiding on world-famous Lake Okeechobee.