Fish were Fearless and so were my Guys

Fish were Fearless and so were my Guys from PA

Hey there, it’s Captain Brett Isackson reporting from Lake Okeechobee today.

My trip today was with Tim, Bill and Steve from Pennsylvania. We fished today with primary wild shiners, using up (5) five dozen. We boated approximately (45) forty-five to (50) fifty bass today, that’s pretty good ratio when considering we started with 60 shiners. Lets see, that’s over an 80% catch ratio. We’ll take that any day, these guys were on their game today.

Not many big fish were caught today, most that were caught ranged between one and three pounds. But the action was none stop, the fish were fearless and so were my guys I fished with. You’ve gotta love days like this, good fishing and great times had by all!

Tight Lines, Captain Brett Isackson.

 

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