Female Largemouth Bass Fishing on Lake Okeechobee near Clewiston

Female Largemouth Bass Fishing

The best memories are created with great friends and being out on the water. Florida is the perfect place to create new or reminisce on old memories. It is Female Largemouth Bass Fishing time on Lake Okeechobee and we would not want you to miss out on your adventure with a great friend!

I had the pleasure and absolute blessing to fish with my long time friend Jim again. Every Tuesday he has been coming out with me to see if he can find himself his next personal best largemouth bass. The lake was a blessing but not that gracious on this trip.

When you are traveling to Lake Okeechobee, be aware that you can catch not only largemouth bass but also crappie and other pan fish while visiting. Jim took a limit of crappie that we will be eating after the trip.

Along with catching some great numbers of crappie, we also crushed the largemouth bass. Jim loves to throw artificial baits along with live shiners. Live shiners will always help produce the best bite on the water. We have some beautiful weather to come making for some excellent fishing ahead.

Jim caught two large female bass weighing 5 and 7 pounds. We had a blast on the water and he could not be more excited to catch these quality fish. As always, I look forward to fishing with Jim again soon.

Don’t miss out on your adventure on Lake Okeechobee out of Clewiston while the action is still red hot!

Come Catch Yours with Captain Mark Shepard on Lake Okeechobee.

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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 a Everstart WIN on Lake Eufaula, AL. Mark originally from Florida moved to Ohio to sharpen him northern skills and moved back from Ohio years ago to master guiding on world famous Lake Okeechobee for over 10 years now.


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