Current February Okeechobee Report for Florida Largemouth Bass

Current February Okeechobee Report for Florida Largemouth Bass

Current February Okeechobee Report

Lake Okeechobee is one of the most infamous lakes to explore when it comes to bass fishing. Being the largest lake in Florida, you never know what you will catch and the size of that catch. Lake Okeechobee bass fishing is a highlight of what you can experience when traveling to Florida. Be sure to invite the whole family out for an action-packed day on the water. Enjoy this Current February Okeechobee Report with our local experts and professional fishing captains.

One of the most important aspects of fishing Lake Okeechobee is getting out with a local expert. Whether you plan to visit Okeechobee, Clewiston, or Belle Glade, every location can pose endless waters to fish. Understanding and having knowledge of these waters is critical to your success on your fishing trip. Our local experts have spent years determining the best techniques and areas to fish.

When fishing Lake Okeechobee, you can use either artificial baits or live bait. If you are searching down a giant or trophy largemouth bass, live bait is the way to go. When looking to have a lot of rod bending fun, be sure to ask to throw artificial baits. Each captain and trip comes fully equipped with artificial baits.

Check out how the fishing has been in this Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Update:

Current February Okeechobee Report 1Fishing with Captain Mark Shepard out of Clewiston, FL:

“Every day that I get to share my passion with a client is special. This trip was a very special one because I got to spend and have the honor to fish with a wonderful family. I had the pleasure of fishing with Jerry and his two sons Ian and Jeremiah. They were 11 and 14 years old and came out to explore Lake Okeechobee out of Clewiston, FL.

Being Florida natives, they wanted to get out on the water and see what Lake Okeechobee can do. Rainy, overcast skies, and funky weather made the fishing conditions quite interesting. Even with these factors, bass fishing was active.

No giants made it to the boat but a lot of quality males were caught. All the action was caught on light tackle and artificial baits. I was impressed with how well these young men were able to cast and fish. There was a lot of quality bass in the 3-4 pound range

Everyone on board had a fantastic time on the water. Jerry made memories that he will never forget. I am looking forward to landing more quality bass with this wonderful family next time!” – Captain Mark Shepard

Fishing with Captain Mark Rogers out of Okeechobee City, Florida:

Okeechobee City, FL is a beautiful place to explore and visit. It is one of the largest towns surrounding Lake Okeechobee. As a result, you can find a comfortable place to stay before your fishing adventure. Fishing out of Okeechobee City is much different than all the other destinations. From the structure to the scenery, it provides you a whole different feel. Current February Okeechobee Report 2

I had the pleasure of fishing with Rich and his Father. They were traveling from Massachusetts looking to cash in on some bass fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Calm winds allowed for a beautiful morning of fishing. Before finding our spot to set up, I showed them around this amazing fishery.

We anchored up and started catching bass right away. We did not come across any giant fish but the action was steady all trip long. Cool water temperatures made the bite slower than normal but that did not stop the bass from being caught.

Rich and his father caught over 15 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. The biggest bass weighed in at 4.5 pounds. Several other fish in the 2-pound range were caught as well. They both enjoyed spending time together while catching Florida largemouth bass.

I am looking forward to getting the opportunity to fish with this Father and Son duo again in the near future!” – Captain Mark Rogers

Fishing with Captain Joe Gruny out of Okeechobee City, Florida:

Current February Okeechobee Report 3“Some of my favorite trips are the ones that I get to show the client Lake Okeechobee or any fishery for the first time. Lake Okeechobee especially is one that is exceptionally beautiful to show the clients around. Every year and every month this lake changes making it exciting for the clients to explore.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Edward and his three sons during this current February Okeechobee report. They were traveling from North Carolina on vacation and wanted to get out fishing. This was their first time getting out on Lake Okeechobee. They were in search of some big bass but unfortunately, it just was not their day to land one.

Family fishing is not about catching big bass but about spending quality time with each other. We pulled up on this one reed head and spent most of our time catching fish after fish from it. Edward and their sons caught over 15 largemouth bass and landed 4 nice catfish. All the action made for a successful day on the water with the biggest bass weighing over 3 pounds.

I had a blast fishing with Edward and his family and I am looking forward to having the opportunity to do it again!” – Captain Joe Gruny

Fishing with Captain Mark Rose out of Belle Glade, Florida:

“The Full Moon was in full effect on this fishing trip. Big girls were moving into the shallows and my clients got on some super quality largemouth bass in their quick 4-hour fishing trip. Some trips you catch large numbers and others, the numbers are low but the quality is high.  Current February Okeechobee Report 4

I had the pleasure of fishing with Paul and Susan who were traveling from West Palm Beach. It is always a blast to get out on the water with Florida natives that know what this time of year and conditions can bring. The proper moon phase and beautiful weather was the perfect recipe for landing some big bass!

Paul and Susan explore Lake Okeechobee out of Belle Glade, Florida, which is the closest location to Palm Beach, Florida. Utilizing wild-caught live shiners, they had the luxury of landing over 10 largemouth bass. Paul and Susan caught two largemouth bass weighing in at 5 and 6 pounds.

What a day on the water for both of them and they are most certainly looking forward to coming back to get on even more bass in the future!” – Captain Mark Rose

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Whether you are looking for larger bass or quality numbers, Lake Okeechobee is a wonderful destination to visit. Words can’t describe how beautiful this fishery actually is. From the moment you step aboard to the time you get off, your senses will open up. Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing is a must experience for all those that love the great outdoors.

Our local experts and guides would love the opportunity to show you around all the locations you can fish at. They get excited when new anglers and travelers hop on board. You never know what you will get the chance to experience and see when embarking on a Lake Okeechobee adventure!

We hope to see you on the water next time!

Current February Okeechobee Report Locations & Trips:

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Book your Belle Glade Fishing Trip Here! 

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February Everglades Fishing Update for Florida Largemouth Bass

February Everglades Fishing Update for Florida Largemouth Bass

February Everglades Fishing Update

If you are looking for the ultimate bass fishing destination, the Florida Everglades is the place to visit. As you travel along Alligator Alley or I-75, you can make several stops exploring what South Florida has to offer. This February Everglades Fishing Update can provide you some insight on what’s working and where to go. Our local experts are beyond exceptional and knowledgeable on what they do. Whether you are looking to catch bass on artificial baits or live bait., they can make it happen. Peacock bass and largemouth bass can both be caught in the Florida Everglades. One of the best parts about Alligator Alley is that it can be accessed from both the west coast and the east coast. Hop on board with one of our local experts and enjoy a day soaking up the sun in the Everglades. Put down your phone and enjoy the solitude while setting the hook into some amazing Florida bass!

Check out this February Everglades Fishing Update to see what you can get your family into:

Fishing with Captain Mark Rogers

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“The Florida Everglades is one of the best places to take your children fishing. It will get them hooked for life on some of the most action-packed adventures you can embark on. During these cooler months of the year, water levels drop making for a great time fishing in the long canal systems. I had the pleasure of fishing with Bryan and his son Luke. They were traveling from the cold northern state of New York. While doing so, Florida bass fishing was most certainly on the list of things to do. They were staying over on the west coast of Florida and within miles of their destination, they landed themselves in the Florida Everglades along Alligator Alley. Calm winds and light showers made for an interesting day on the water. The fish were active right from the start of this fishing trip. Artificial baits and live bait were used on this charter. The best artificial baits to use are soft-plastic flukes, senkos, and hard topwater baits. Live bait works exceptionally well, especially for Everglades peacock bass. Numbers of bass were caught on this fishing trip. Most of the fish caught were largemouth bass along with oscars and cichlids. The action is getting really good. Bryan and his son Luke had a fantastic time fishing in the Everglades. I am most certainly looking forward to getting them back out on the water soon!”- Capt Mark Rogers

Fishing with Captain Nick Pasquarello

“It is not every day that you get the chance to travel to Florida. Every trip can be truly amazing, only if you include an outdoor adventure. Soaking up the Florida sunshine while setting the hook into largemouth and peacock bass is a great way to get outdoors. I had the pleasure of fishing with Richard and his son Jack. They were traveling from Colorado looking to spend some time in FL. While doing so, they wanted to explore what the Florida Everglades had to offer. Peacock bass was one of the main species on their list to catch and we made it happen for them. February-Everglades-Fishing-Update Sunny and breezy conditions made for a fantastic day on the water. Both peacock bass and largemouth bass were biting on this fishing trip. They got what they were looking for landing over 20 bass on this trip. The peacock bass is very aggressive towards live bait and the largemouth enjoys eating soft-plastic baits. You can catch both species all trip long when visiting and exploring Alligator Alley! Richard and Jack both had an amazing time fishing in the Everglades. I am looking forward to getting back out on the water again with them soon!” – Capt Nick Pasquarello

Fishing with Captain Joe Gruny

“Some of the best adventures and fishing trips are the ones that you get to spend multiple days with a client. I love to get to know new and repeat clients on two-day fishing trips. I had the pleasure of fishing with Howard and Julie, who were traveling from Minnesota to escape the cold weather. Unfortunately, it seems like they brought it with them to Florida. On their 2-day fishing adventure, South Florida experienced a cold front that did not slow the bite down. Several locations stay very consistent even though the temperatures change. The Florida Everglades, especially along Alligator Alley is most certainly one of them. Howard and Julie had a blast catching over 40 largemouth bass on their fishing trips. As the water continues to drop, the bite will get even better. February-Everglades-Fishing-Update Soft-plastics including flukes, wacky worms, shakey heads, along with live bait was the most successful method to putting bass in the boat. A mix of sunny, breezy, and cloudy weather made for interesting fishing conditions. All-in-all, Howard and Julie had a blast catching bass on their fishing adventure. I am looking forward to seeing what I can help them catch on their next adventure!” – Capt Joe Gruny

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The bass fishing along Alligator Alley is going to continue to get better. If you are looking to catch more bass than your arms can handle, this is the place to visit. Every trip is tailored to your fishing needs. Whether live bait or artificial bait, we can make that trip of a lifetime come true. Getting outdoors, especially in the Florida Everglades is an adventure you will not forget. From the birds flying overhead to the alligators swimming by your boat, you get the full outdoor experience that South Florida can offer. Enjoy sitting back and relaxing while our guides show you around one of our favorite places to explore. We hope to get the chance to see you on the water next time!

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February Airport Lakes Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Airport Lakes Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Airport Lakes Fishing

Warm winter weather down here in South Florida has the peacock bass all fired up. Bass fishing in Miami is a great way to soak up the Florida sun. Take a break from the beaches and saltwater while enjoying an urban peacock bass fishing trip with our local experts. February Airport Lakes Fishing will truly amaze you with some exceptional catches.

Miami’s Airport Lakes is conveniently located within minutes of the international airport. Every trip can really bring you some incredible outdoor experiences. The Florida peacock bass is a hard-fighting exotic species that will amaze you. Bring your whole family along for a fishing adventure of a lifetime.

Our local experts have years of knowledge to help you dial in on the action. Conditions play a large role in whether or not you will have success on the water. Having patience and listening to your local expert is the only way to capitalize on that big bass you are after. You never know what will bite the end of your line while on a fishing trip in Miami!

Enjoy this February Airport Lakes Fishing Report with our Local Experts:

Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

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Today, I had the pleasure of fishing with Joe and Andrea. They were traveling from New Jersey looking to explore what South Florida had to offer. While doing so, peacock bass fishing peaked their interest. Andrea is a nurse and Joe is a wakeboard instructor, so taking a break in the outdoors was the perfect way to relax.

Cooler morning airs and conditions coming toward a full moon had the fish feeding strong. I started the trip at the bridges which held some deeper water structure. As a result, they started catching some beautiful peacock bass. Andrea also hooked into a big freshwater snook that put up a great fight. After 15 minutes, the snook ran itself into one of the pilings and cut the line.

The major feed of the day was at 10:30 AM. As the time was approaching, we headed up to one of my big fish spots. It was not long until Joe and Andrea were reeling in some beautiful fish. 5 of their best peacock bass weighed in the 3-4 pound range. The biggest fish caught weighed in at 4.5 pounds out of Miami, FL.

Peacock bass fishing was a great addition to their vacation down here in South Florida. The bite has been really strong and I am looking forward to seeing them back out on the water again sometime!” – Capt Robert Miley

Fishing with Captain Joe Gruny

“It is always a true pleasure to add value and give a couple some awesome fishing experiences on their vacation. I had the pleasure of fishing with Scott and Nancy on Miami’s Airport Lakes on this fishing trip. They were traveling from Minnesota to escape the cold weather and enjoy some Florida sunshine. There is no better way to do so than on a Miami peacock bass fishing trip.

We adventured out for two straight days and the fishing was fantastic. Every now and then, the bite can have a slow start. Maintaining patience, we were able to cash in on some really nice peacock bass. Live bait was the preferred method of catching fish on this trip. 

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Sunny and windy conditions pushed the bass into key pockets and areas. I knew where to position and target them. Scott and Nancy caught over 20 bass on their fishing trips combined. The biggest bass weighed in at 5.23 pounds with numbers of 3 and 4-pound bass in the mix.

The action was red hot and I was super glad to be able to get back down there. Scott and Nancy had a fantastic time on the water and I am looking forward to our next adventure in Miami, Florida!” – Capt Joe Gruny

Come Visit Miami and Catch Yours TODAY!

Miami is a fun-filled destination with everything Florida has to offer. While soaking up the sun, be sure to set the hook into one of our many freshwater species. Our local experts will work hard at customizing and making your fishing trip very memorable. When looking to capitalize on catching peacock bass in Florida, be sure to discover Miami’s Airport Lakes.

Information about our Miami Airport Lakes Fishing Charters:

You can conveniently book online 24/7 or call us over the phone at 1-888-629-2277. We offer 4, 6 and 8-hour fishing trips. All our trips come fully-equipped with everything you will need to have a successful day on the water. Our local experts and professional captains are USCG licensed and have years of experience in the fishery you select.

Miami Airport Lakes holds not only peacock bass but largemouth bass, cichlids, freshwater snook, tarpon, jack crevalle, and more. This fishery is the perfect destination to get an angler hooked on fishing in South Florida. Every trip can be customized and adjusted to your needs.

We hope we get the chance to show you why we love Miami Bass Fishing! See you on the water next time!

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December Okeechobee Fishing Report for Florida Largemouth Bass

December Okeechobee Fishing Report for Florida Largemouth Bass

December Okeechobee Fishing

Lake Okeechobee is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the United States. As a result, you have a freshwater playground and paradise for catching largemouth bass. Healthy grass, clean water, and cool weather has brought about our favorite time of year. In this December Okeechobee Fishing Report, you will get the chance to see what the bite has been doing.

Lake Okeechobee is 730 square miles with fishable water on every corner. In order to determine the best areas and waters to fish, you have to have years of experience. Our local experts are fully qualified to make your fishing dream possible.

We are starting to see fishing conditions really pick up. Every month moving forward, the fishing will continue to get better. Males and larger females are starting to be caught. We hope to show you around this beautiful lake.

Enjoy this December Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report:

Clewiston Bass Fishing with Capt Mark Shepard

December Lake Okeechobee Fishing 1The time has arrived. Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing is looking fantastic. I had the pleasure of fishing with Larry and Tina. They were traveling from Chicago looking to experience what Lake Okeechobee had to offer.

The lake is really starting to pick up. Clean water and healthy bass are making for a dangerous combination. If you are looking to catch a big bass on Lake Okeechobee, now is the time to do it.
Larry and Tina never had the chance to experience shiner fishing on the Big O. Lake Okeechobee is the perfect place to be introduced to live bait fishing. They caught some beautiful fish on this fishing trip.

Larry and Tina caught over 20 bass on their quick 6-hour fishing trip. Most of the fish were in the 2-4 pound range. The biggest bass caught weighed in at 6 pounds.

Beds are being created. New grass is growing. Clean water is here and the big bass is being caught. This is a recipe for a great season ahead.

I am looking forward to showing Larry and Tina another amazing trip out on the water in the near future!” – Capt Mark Shepard

Belle Glade Bass Fishing with Capt Joe Gruny

“I had the pleasure of fishing with Michael and his brother. This duo were traveling from Plainville, Massachusetts looking to cash in on some bass fishing here in Florida. Lake Okeechobee showed them a fantastic time on the water with some great action!

Michael and his brother had a blast catching doubles all trip long. Non-stop action with wild-caught live shiners made for a memory they will never forget. I took them to several spots that were holding some quality fish.

They caught over 15 largemouth bass in their quick 4-hour fishing trip. Sunny and breezy weather made for nice fishing conditions. Most of the largemouth caught were males in the 2-3 pound range. The biggest fish caught was close to 4 pounds.

I am looking forward to getting back out on the water again with them soon!” – Capt Joe Gruny

Bass Fishing out of Okeechobee City, FL with Capt Rob Alfano:

“A cold front rolled over Lake Okeechobee. The cool morning had me excited. I knew once the sun heated the surface of the water, the fish were going to turn on. December Okeechobee Fishing Report 1

I had the pleasure of fishing with Scott out of the north end of Okeechobee. Braving the cooler temperatures, Scott caught numbers of quality largemouth bass. Live bait was the most successful method to catch bass on this fishing trip.

After moving around waiting for the warm sunshine to come out, we found a productive area. Scott picked away at over 15 bass on this fishing trip. Several fish weighed in at 3-4 pounds.

Scott had a fantastic time and I am looking forward to exploring Lake Okeechobee with him again soon!” – Capt Rob Alfano

Come Explore Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee is one of the best fisheries to explore for anglers of all levels. Whether you just want to sit back and relax or learn a new technique, you can experience it all right here on Lake Okeechobee.

Our local experts will work hard to make your fishing dreams a reality. You never know what you will catch or see when visiting. Every cast could be the bass you are after!

We hope to get the chance to fish with you this upcoming season. Be sure to book in advance when planning your next outdoor adventure here in Florida!

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Winter Haven Bass Fishing Trips with Freshwater Fishing Experts

Winter Haven Bass Fishing Trips with Freshwater Fishing Experts

Winter Haven Bass Fishing Trips

Winter Haven, FL is a destination of water, recreation, and tons of family fun. This destination is in the center of a chain of lakes that consists of up to 50 lakes. It is known as “The Chain of Lakes City.” Winter Haven Chain bass fishing happens to be one of the BEST ways to experience the outdoors. Whether you want to explore the endless bass fishing, take a sunset cruise, or enjoy an eco-tour, you can most certainly accomplish anything your heart desires.

The Chain of Lakes:

In reality, there are two Winter Haven Chain of Lakes located in Central Florida. It is separated by the Northern Chain and the Southern Chain. Most of the lakes are interconnected on each chain with variability in access due to water levels.
Winter Haven Bass Fishing Charters
On the Northern Chain, you have ten lakes in total with 8 of them interconnected. Each lake has its own unique feel. You will get the chance to see incredible nature and beautiful views of Central Florida homes. Lake Haines, Lake Rochelle, Lake Echo, Lake Conine, Lake Fannie, Lake Smart, Lake Henry, Lake Hamilton, Middle Lake Hamilton, and Little Lake Hamilton are all part of the Northern Chain of Lakes.

Heading further south, you can find 18 lakes, where 16 of them are interconnected. This chain is comprised of Lake Howard, Lake Cannon, Lake Hartridge, Lake Lulu, Lake Shipp, Lake Jessie, Lake Roy, Lake Winterset, Lake Idylwild, Spring Lake, Lake Summit, Lake May, Little Lake Winterset, Lake Eloise, and Little Lake Eloise.

As you can see, Winter Haven is a freshwater playground for those that love the outdoors. Freshwater fishing is a highlight of the outdoor activities in Central Florida. The Winter Haven Chain of Lakes happens to be a very productive area for catching big Florida largemouth bass.

Our local experts have years of experience that has allowed them to dial in on the fish. Whether you like to throw artificial baits or live bait, they can most certainly make it happen for you. Captain’s Bill Goudy Jr and Captain Joe Gruny are exceptional fishing experts to help get you on the fish of a lifetime.

Fishing Winter Haven Chain of Lakes:

My favorite part about fishing Winter Haven Chain of Lakes is that on every cast, you can catch a big fish! You never know what you will set the hook into. I’ve caught bass and helped put anglers on fish of all sizes. Artificial baits and live bait works exceptionally well in this fishery.

Fishing the Winter Haven Chain is unique. You have so many lakes to choose from. You also have the ability to fish different structures and the clarity of the water. Deep to shallow, stained to clear, grass or brush piles can show you different parts of the lakes and land you a fish of a lifetime.

Artificial vs Live Bait

After spending time fishing this chain, I determined the best artificial baits to catch bass. Hollow-body frogs, soft-plastic worms, jerk baits, swim baits, topwater, and more can help produce a strong bite.

Wild-caught live shiners happen to be one of the most productive ways to fish this beautiful fishery. If you love to catch large numbers of quality bass, live bait is the way to go. When a fish strikes a live bait, you really can never know what the size of that fish will be. It’s an exhilarating experience.

Also, one of the best parts about it is that it’s a family-oriented fishery with so much to offer. From the sightseeing to the fishing, you will never get bored exploring this chain. Beautiful homes add to the adventure and trip on the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes.Winter Haven Bass Fishing Adventure

This destination makes it convenient for locals and travelers to enjoy a day on the water. Drive-up convenience docks to get ice, beverages, snacks, and more are available throughout the day. You can fish, paddleboard, kayak, swim, and experience so much more at this “water lover’s paradise.”

If you love to observe and see wildlife, this chain is the place to visit. Birds of prey, including Eagles, Falcons, and more make this chain of lakes home. Alligators are rare as the communities enjoy a safe zone for their families to play.

LegoLand is right near this chain of lakes as well. You can catch fish while insight of all the fun things you can do there as well. Explore bass fishing and then a day on the water slides of this action-packed park.

I hope you get the chance to explore the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes, it’s one of my all-time favorite fisheries! See you on the water next time!!” – Captain Bill Goudy Jr

Come Visit Central Florida and Catch Yours Today…

We love families and we love family time. There is nothing like getting away from your day-to-day life and traveling to Florida. Whether it is a theme park, beaches, or fishing that gets you here, be sure to explore all your options. Many travelers and even residents are not aware of all the resources in their own backyard.

Our guides want to show you why they call this place home and why they love it. There is something truly magical about Central Florida. Endless waterways and an abundance of wildlife make it truly appealing for all travelers. You can’t go wrong with any activity from sightseeing, fishing, kayaking, or paddleboarding.

Each adventure will give you a unique experience and memory of the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes. Freshwater bass fishing has to be one of the best parts of exploring this beautiful place. We hope to share a Winter Haven bass fishing adventure on your next trip to Central Florida!

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December Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report in Florida

December Lake Okeechobee Fishing Report in Florida

December Lake Okeechobee Fishing

December is a fantastic time of year to come explore freshwater fishing in Florida. The cooler temperatures are getting the bass fired up for this seasons spawn. Next time you are traveling to Florida, getting out on Lake Okeechobee could be a trip you never forget. Come enjoy some December Lake Okeechobee fishing for an outdoor adventure of a lifetime.

The largemouth bass is the targeted species on Lake Okeechobee. This massive lake located in South Central Florida is a flourishing bass fishing destination. Whether you want to experience Belle Glade, Clewiston, or Okeechobee City, getting out on the Big O is a must.

Each destination across the lake will provide a unique view and aspect. Okeechobee City is located on the north end of the lake. It gives you access to the lake from Central Florida and surrounding east coast cities. Clewiston is on the southwest side of the lake. If you are traveling from the west coast, this is the perfect place. Belle Glade is the closest location to south Florida for those visiting there.

We have great local experts at all the locations for bass fishing. They will utilize their years of experience to help provide you with the ultimate bass fishing trip. Whether you want to throw live or artificial baits, we can make it happen for you.

December Lake Okeechobee Fishing is getting red hot! Here is your update fishing report for Lake Okeechobee with our local experts:

December Lake Okeechobee Fishing 1Meet Gerald and his two sons. They were traveling from Pennsylvania looking to enjoy some beautiful Florida weather. While doing so, Lake Okeechobee bass fishing came to mind. After doing research, they came across Okeechobee City and booked a trip.

Captain Mark Rogers had the pleasure of taking them out on the water. Bluebird skies and calm conditions made the fishing slightly more interesting. Captain Mark put in work and got them around some beautiful largemouth bass on their quick 6-hour fishing trip.

After getting used to the proper way to set the hook with live bait, Gerald and his boys put some fish in the boat. They moved around and got the chance to see the lake and its true beauty. Eventually, they made it back to their original spot and ended the day there.

Everyone on board caught numbers of bass on this fishing trip. The biggest bass weighed in at 5.5 pounds. You can feel the air changing and that means the bass fishing season is right around the corner.

Gerald and his two sons had a great time fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting them back out on the water again soon!

Just shortly after this fishing trip, Ty explored what Lake Okeechobee had to offer. This time, our adventures took us to Belle Glade, FL. Captain Joe Gruny had the pleasure of fishing with this young man on his first fishing trip.

When you are a captain, getting someone out on the water for the first time is a true blessing. You never know what that day or fishing trip will spark for the angler, especially if you get them on a big fish.

Ty was traveling from Wellington, FL looking to cash in on the bass fishing during the early morning hours. Sunny and calm conditions made for a steady bite all trip long. Captain Joe got Ty around some beautiful fish.

December Okeechobee Fishing ReportTy caught a largemouth bass weighing in the 5-pound range. He was excited to catch a bass of that magnitude. He is now addicted to catching bass on Lake Okeechobee.

Live bait was the preferred method to catch bass during this trip. Ty had a great time and is looking forward to his next adventure with Captain Joe!

That afternoon, David and his sons had a blast catching bass on Lake Okeechobee. They were traveling from Jupiter, FL hoping to cash in on the action. Captain Joe had the pleasure of taking them out of Slim’s Fish Camp in Belle Glade, FL.

The afternoon bite was different from the last fishing trip. David and his sons had a great time catching largemouth bass. They caught over 15 bass in their quick 4-hour afternoon fishing trip.

David caught the biggest bass of the day with a fish weighing in at 6 pounds 3 ounces. It was a beautiful fish that he was super excited about. When you are traveling to Lake Okeechobee and looking to catch some big bass, this is the trip you are looking for.

Captain Joe is looking forward to getting back out on the water again with David!

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Lake Okeechobee is looking fantastic. Clean water and vegetation growth are helpful in providing such a great ecosystem. This amazing ecosystem will spark up some incredible fishing in the next several months.

Our local experts will work hard for you and will get you around the big bass. The spawn is right around the corner and we are seeing great signs. Be sure to plan your fishing adventures in advance as this time of yearbooks up fast.

We are here to help through the whole process. Be sure to reach out with any questions or concerns and we hope to see you on the water next time!

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