Strong Winds Seize Lake Okeechobee-Largemouth Bass Fishing
Strong Winds Seize Lake Okeechobee-Largemouth Bass Fishing in late January. I had the pleasure of fishing with Ray from Kentucky.
The weather was not cooperating today. At its max, the winds were blowing at 40 Mph. Most of the day was filled with overcast skies. We were dodging rain clouds the whole trip.
That kind of weather and conditions generally always slows down the bite. Today was not about catching a monster, even though you always hope for one. We focused more on catching quantity because that is what kept us going.
Not too many people understand the magnitude of Lake Okeechobee. Ray was very impressed at the lake’s size and all it offers. If you ever get the chance come to Florida and fish this beautiful fishery.
He’s looking forward to returning and giving it another shot at the big girls. We will make sure that the weather is better for him.
This is Captain Mike Groshon here with your Lake Okeechobee fishing report, 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 loved fishing. Mike is married with two children and a genuinely 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, and Fitzgerald Rods. To go fishing with Capt Mike, click here!