Okeechobee City Fishing for Largemouth Bass with Captain Mark Rogers

Okeechobee City Fishing

Okeechobee City Fishing has been producing excellent fishing trips. It is going to be an action-packed season with some amazing numbers and quality of largemouth bass being caught. This is the time of year to catch your personal best bass!

I had the pleasure of fishing with Phil and his son Jack. They were traveling from Chicago to catch Florida largemouth bass that they have been dreaming about.

Florida Bass Fishing is starting to really come alive this month. Fishing conditions were perfect for catching quality bass on this fishing trip.

Phil and Jack caught 26 bass that weighed mainly from 3 to 4 pounds. They had to anchor fish that weighed 8 and 6 pounds. Two monster largemouth bass that we have increasingly started to see and catch.

After many days of fishing the North End of Lake Okeechobee, we are noticing and experiencing the action you want to experience. Big Bass in numbers is moving in and getting ready for an awesome spawn.

The action is only going to continue to get better. You never know what this lake is going to produce and you don’t want to miss out on this action today. I look forward to fishing with Phil and Jack again soon!

Come Catch Yours with Captain Mark Rogers on Lake Okeechobee.

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Captain Mark Rogers He was Anglers Choice Angler of the year South Central Division.
2010 Police and Fire Olympic Games Gold Medal winner 2 day Bass Tourny. He has over 40 years experience fishing Florida Lakes with numerous tournament wins. Also, he was featured in October 2001 Florida Sportsman Magazine for 4 consecutive wins with big bass in each.
Capt Mark is a Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide and is well versed in all types, and styles of fishing, you would never guess there could be so many options to fishing and rigging. Mark guides on Lake Okeechobee full-time.


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