Hey there, is Captain Brett Isackson with another daily fishing report from Lake Okeechobee.
For the last five days, I have had Paul and Robbie Cruvellier out fishing on Lake Okeechobee. We fished the lake hard the first two days and are planning to fish a tournament together, stay tuned for the results.
In the last two days of fishing, we caught over (80) eighty fish. Robbie captured one that was (6 lbs- 10oz) six pounds and ten ounces and we had plenty of bass in the one, two, and three-pound range. Most all the fish were caught pitching and flipping as well as burning baits across the top of the water.
The next day we tried a bunch of new areas in search of a bigger fish, why we caught what seem to be endless numbers of one and two-pound bass which are plenty of fun. Paul did manage to catch one big Lake Okeechobee trophy monster bass that weighed (9 lbs – 9 oz) nine pounds and nine ounces. To make it an even sweeter catch, he captured it by burning a on top, what an explosion it was!
We were using the 5″ size Dis Dapper and switched betweenand Hammertime colors as the clouds or sun came out.
Looking forward to the tournament to see if we can capture an even bigger one…stay tuned!
Tight lines from Captain Brett Isackson.
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Capt. Brett Isackson is a full-time South Florida fishing guide, specializing in Miami Peacock bass and large-mouth bass in the Everglades and on Lake Okeechobee and has been known to be very versatile, live-bait or artificial he can catch them. Bluegill, Crappie & Snakehead can catch it. No trip is too long and there’s always more fish to be caught, that’s his motto.