Stick Marsh Largemouth Bass Fishing Florida
Rolling down the dirt road for a mile or so is one of the best parts about fishing the Stick Marsh. It is in such a remote location that it does not generally get overfished. Also, the FWC policy at the marsh is catch and release only; allowing Stick Marsh Largemouth Bass Fishing Florida in Palm Bay.
I had the pleasure of fishing with John, Bob, and Tim from Indiana. Today was going to be a great day on the water upon the infamous Stick Marsh.
A cold front rolled through, making the morning colder than usual but that did not change the bite. The Bass were consistently feeding all day long. We caught and released quality fish all day long. The biggest largemouth was 5 pounds.
As the day warmed up, the quality of fish got better. We shared some amazing memories and made plenty as well.
I look forward to fishing with them again; it was an absolute fishing frenzy. I always enjoy hearing fishing stories from other places.
This is Captain Mike, Creating Memories, One fish at a time.
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Captain Mike Groshon was raised in Northern Virginia, he grew up fishing lakes and rivers in Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia then like most headed south for warmer weather and bigger fish!
Among playing music and racing cars, Mike always had a love for fishing. Mike is married with two children and a real all-around nice guy. He and his family moved to Florida to follow Mike’s dream of becoming a fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee.
Mike is sponsored by Columbia, Bass Assassin Lures, Abu Garcia, Fitzgerald Rods. To go fishing with Capt Mike click here!