Fishing Charter Bonding Season

Fishing Charter Bonding Season

Summer has been the fishing charter bonding season for Fathers and Sons. Lake Okeechobee has been a blessing for many families and friends that love to share their passion for fishing.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Brian, as well as Zack and Alex his two boys. They were traveling from California to experience what Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing had to offer.

It has been a blast out here on the lake and today was no exception. Zack really loves to bass fish and has joined clubs outside and within the high school. He is also searching for colligate bass fishing teams.

While focusing mainly on artificial baits such as topwater frogs, we also threw some live wild-caught shiners. They caught a number of largemouth bass weighing up to 5 pounds.

One of the biggest rewards to guiding is teaching and being part of these great fishing adventures. These young anglers are onto great things and I am looking forward to watching them grow.

Do not miss out on your adventure on Lake Okeechobee Today!

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 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.

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