March Rodman Reservoir Fishing
March is a fantastic month to come fishing in North Florida. If you are in search for big bass or even a trophy-sized fish, the Rodman Reservoir is your destination. This beautiful fishery will amaze you from the moment you step on the boat. Hop on board with one of our local experts to enjoy a March Rodman Reservoir Fishing Charter for the bass of a lifetime!
One of the most important parts about fishing the Rodman Reservoir is getting out with a local expert. This fishery has many hazards but on top of that, our experts will give you more time fishing. You don’t have to locate and find the best spots yourself. Years and Days on the water have allowed our professionals to dial in on the largemouth bass.
Here is your Rodman Reservoir Fishing Update:
Captain Ken Walker had the pleasure of fishing with Tim and Lisa. They were traveling from Chandler, Arizona to Florida on vacation and wanted to experience Florida Bass Fishing. There is no better place to do that than on the Rodman Reservoir. The action was hot and heavy from the first cast to the last.
Tim caught the first bass of the day and Lisa followed right behind him. Lisa’s bass weighed in at 6 pounds 2 ounces. It was a beautiful bass to get them excited for what the day had to offer. As the charter went on, the bass begins to bite even better. Lisa increased her size catch by 2 pounds later in the day. She brought in a trophy largemouth bass weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces. Tim caught the biggest fish of the day weighing in at 8 pounds 8 ounces. They caught a total of 12 largemouth bass and couldn’t have been more excited.
Tim and Lisa both caught their personal best largemouth bass on this fishing trip. Next year, they will be back for more action. Captain Ken is looking forward to getting them on the water next time!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain David Lang has a successful day on the water. He had the pleasure of fishing with Tony and his Uncle. Many may not know that the Rodman Reservoir is a fantastic fishery for crappie as well. The Oklawaha River or Rodman Reservoir produced big time for these two great men.
It is always a fun day on the water when everyone is catching fish all trip long. Tony and his Uncle caught 45 black crappies. Crappies are a great fish to bring home and put on the table. They kept 17 of the biggest fish.
If you are looking for something fun to do that is different than your normal bass fishing trip, this can be a great alternative. Come out and have a great time with your family catching some great table fare.
Tony and his Uncle will be back for more action in the near future and Captain David is looking forward to it!
It was not long after this charter that Captain Ken was back on the water. This time he had the pleasure of fishing with David and his buddies Dave and Bill. They were in search of some excellent bass fishing and they got it. The action was strong yet again from the start to the finish. Rodman is a very interesting fishery where you may not get big numbers but you are always destined a trophy-sized fish.
David and his buddies caught 10 beautiful largemouth bass on wild-caught live shiners. The structure and vegetation on the Rodman Reservoir allow for the growth of big bass. When you put their natural bait in this structure, you are destined to land a GIANT bass! Bill hooked into an 8 pound 2-ounce largemouth that gave him a fight he will not forget.
David, Dave, and Bill will be back for a more incredible action in the near future! Captain Ken will get them on an even bigger bass next time!
The Rodman Reservoir is a fishery that you dream of. It is a place where you have an abundance of wildlife and vegetation that makes you feel like you are in a movie. One thing I can say for certain is that it is a destination you will never forget. Bring your family along for a fishing adventure of a lifetime with our local experts. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
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