Harney Pond Fishing Trip on Lake Okeechobee for Florida Bass

Harney Pond Fishing Trip

Lake Okeechobee is a renowned lake here in Florida for catching quality largemouth bass. Big bass are beginning to move into the shallow water to get ready for their spawning process. A Harney Pond Fishing Trip is all you need for a great day on the water.

I had the pleasure of fishing with a group of guys traveling from Texas. They love to fish their local waters for largemouth bass and had to experience what Lake Okeechobee had to offer when traveling to Florida.

Luckily, we had some great conditions for bass fishing. It was a beautiful sunny day with a lot of action. They caught several quality largemouth bass weighing from 2 to 5 pounds. The bite was steady which is always a great thing when Florida Bass Fishing.

Wild caught live shiners was the most effective method in catching largemouth bass on this trip. We had a great day on the water and these gentlemen are looking forward to coming back and catching more largemouth here in Florida.

I am looking forward to fishing with them again. Don’t miss out on your adventure today on Lake Okeechobee!

Come Catch Yours with Capt Mark Rose on Lake Okeechobee.

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For most of my life fishing has been a passion. Over the years I have fished bass tournaments across Pennsylvania and on lakes and rivers up and down the East Coast. I have participated in B.A.S.S., FLW Stren Series, Walmart BFL’s and ABA tournaments along with finishing 2nd in the 2012 Keystone Bass Classic on Lake Erie, to name a few.

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