Early Summer Big Bass Fishing
Lake Okeechobee is alive and well. The shallow waters have produced an interesting bite. Early Summer Big Bass Fishing has been exceptional this year.
I had the pleasure to fish with Nevin, a long-time friend, and client of mine. He is traveling from Fort Myers for the largemouth bass on Lake Okeechobee.
The water levels are continuing to drop. Low water levels will push fish into different spots across the lake.
We pulled up to one of my honey holes and we caught them up in the short trip we were out. We were catching 2 bass per shiner at one point.
The day went by quickly and we ran out of shiners. We caught right around 50 fish and ended the day throwing topwater baits.
On one of our last shiners, we caught a giant 7 pounds 12-ounce largemouth bass.
I had a blast with Nevin today and I am looking forward to fishing with him again soon. Come to Lake Okeechobee and Catch the Monster you have been waiting to catch.
Don’t miss out on your adventure!!
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Captain Mark Shepard is a full-time guide and touring professional. Experience includes BASS Master, FLW Tours, Everstart, BFL tournaments, and many others. Mark has a list of accomplishments in the fishing industry a mile long including an Everstart WIN on Lake Eufaula, AL. Mark originally from Florida moved to Ohio to sharpen his northern skills and moved back from Ohio years ago to master guiding on world-famous Lake Okeechobee for over 10 years now.