South Florida Bass Fishing Trip With Capt Brett Isackson

South Florida Bass Fishing Trip With Capt Brett Isackson

Hi everyone this is Capt Brett Isackson with your South Florida bass fishing report.

I have had with Dana and Mathew out on the water and we have been fishing from Lake Okeechobee to Lake Ida, today has been the best day we caught over 35 peacock bass, moving around and we found a big pod sitting in one spot.

Its been a pleasure fishing with them and we have 2 more days of fishing and we are looking forward to what tomorrow brings to us at Lake Ida.

That’s it for now for all your Florida freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, have a great day everybody tightlines from Capt Brett Isackson.


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