Fishing Lake Istokopoga Weed Edges For Largemouth Bass
Here is your, Fishing Lake Istokopoga Weed Edges For Largemouth Bass, report. It was still a little bit cooler in temps, started out about 63 degrees. The fishing was kind of slow all day, moved around a bit and caught a fish here and there. Then around 11:30 the water started creeping up to where the fish got a little more active, we could see more activity around us.
We started to catch a lot more fish here and started working outside edges pitching worms across the cattails and bullrushes. We picked away at them slowly throughout the day. We threw artificial all day and got probably a dozen or so fish, with the biggest 4 pounds. When the water temperature came up is when we had a lot more success. In the end, not too bad of a day. Keep searching for those big ones.
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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.