March Florida Okeechobee Fishing
Lake Okeechobee is available to explore and go fishing. Most of the boat ramps are open and our local experts are still out scouting the water for largemouth bass. Local travelers have been able to still get in the outdoors and enjoy a day on the water. Fresh air in a beautiful destination like Lake Okeechobee can be the perfect way to explore what this destination has to offer. Our March Florida Okeechobee Fishing trips can provide some exceptional memories and some big bass on your next outdoor adventure!
Our local experts, especially in times like now, are extra courteous of all your needs. We are taking extra measures for safety and want you to be sure of it. Our private tours can be a great way to explore the great outdoors and change up your plans for the day. We hope to get the chance to get you out on the water in the near future!
Check out this Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Update:
“Some of the best fishing trips are the ones that you get to celebrate something. Fishing on Lake Okeechobee is always a special moment but when you have a birthday wish and it comes true, it is even more remarkable!
I had the pleasure of fishing with Riley, a young man with a birthday wish. His wish was to explore and fish the beautiful Lake Okeechobee. Riley’s parents, Amy and Doug, made that happen for him. It was an honor to get the chance to show this wonderful family around for a fishing adventure they would not forget.
The fishing was strong with light tackle. Riley was an exceptional fisherman and knew how to put the bass in the boat. He also made sure to document his fishing trip for his YouTube channel. Nothing like spending a day on the water with an angler that loves to fish and wants to learn more about it.
Riley and his family caught over 20 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. The biggest fish weighed in around 3-4 pounds. The action is red hot and is only going to continue to get better in the upcoming weeks.
I am looking forward to getting back out on the water with them!”
My second trip of the day with a long time repeat client was just as good
“As always, spending time on the water with long-time repeat client Jim Robertson was amazing. This man travels from Texas to land Florida largemouth bass multiple times a year. When he does, we always have a great time and catch a number of fish.
Jim is a seasoned angler that loves to throw artificial baits on both bait casters and spinning rods. Working and fishing with light tackle here on Lake Okeechobee is an experience worth exploring. Unfortunately, arthritis in his hands confines him to using a spinning reel for a portion of the day.
One of the best parts of fishing with Jim is that every trip is a new adventure. We were able to get around some outside grass structure and land some beautiful largemouth bass in the 3-4 pound range. Jim was catching fish all trip long, making for a successful day on the water.
Lake Okeechobee largemouth bass pulls harder than any other fish in the country. You can have an absolute blast on your next fishing adventure here in Florida.
Jim had a great time and I am always looking forward to our next trip!” – Captain Mark Shepard
Fishing with Captain Mark Rose out of Belle Glade, FL
“Lake Okeechobee is fishing really well. I had the pleasure of fishing with Paul and Bill. While coming to Florida and enjoying the Florida sunshine, they wanted to catch some largemouth bass. Lake Okeechobee was the perfect place for them especially out of Belle Glade, Florida.
We spent three days on the water and each day they caught numbers of bass. The average day brought out 15-20 bass to the boat. When fishing Lake Okeechobee, you can catch fish with either or both live bait and artificial lures. By far, the most productive fishing comes from live bait but you can have a blast catching fish with artificial lures as well.
Paul and Bill caught fish on both. The best artificial lures to use was soft-plastic flukes and senkos. As the water temperatures rise, the bite will consistently get better. These guys caught fish up to 3 pounds with no giants in the boat.
All-in-all, everyone on board had a fantastic time on the water and I am looking forward to seeing them back out on the water again soon!” – Captain Mark Rose
Come Catch Yours TODAY!
Keep Lake Okeechobee in mind when looking for something different and fun to do. Please reach out with any questions you may have about our fishing tours and which locations are still open to fish. This is the month to get out and go bass fishing. You can catch the fish of a lifetime! When looking to take a break, hop on board with one of our local experts and enjoy the fresh air while setting the hook into a largemouth bass on our March Florida Okeechobee Fishing trips!