Successful fishing days

Hi everybody this is Captain Dave Lauer calling in for the Monday 12th, 2015 fishing report.

We went out of Slims Fish Camp – Belle Glade, the southeast shore of the lake. Yesterday and today we had incredible days at Lake Okeechobee with the Provost family. Yesterday we went through 7-dozen shiners and today we started off with artificial… we caught 15 fish, and then we went through 5-dozen and caught a lot more. Very successful fishing days, they both caught the biggest bass of their lives…both over 5 pounds. Lake Okeechobee continues to impress me and my customers, the weather is great and fish are biting non-stop!

This was Captain Dave Lauer… I am out! See you guys in a week.

About Capt Dave

Capt. David Lauer is part of our Bass Online Pro Team and is considered a top pro angler and Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guide.
Full-time Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guide that still fishes the FLW Outdoor Tour, Dave mainly guides out of Belle Glade, Fl at Slims Fish Camp also out of Clewiston at Jolly Roger Marina. He has a long list of tournament experiences, including the FLW, Everstart, BFL tournaments. When David not fishing the famous Lake Okeechobee he guides on Lake Osborne and catches monster Peacock bass also.

Lake Okeechobee is the most “famous big bass lake” in Florida, well-known for the quantity and quality of bass the lake produces. This reputation on Lake Okeechobee has continued for many years as producing the biggest and best large-mouth bass fishing in Central Florida.  [Read more…]

Lake Osborne the catch rate for largemouth bass in Lake Osborne is solid, A survey of 188 Lake Osborne anglers showed a catch rate of 1.07 bass per hour. Peacock bass thrive in the warm water in this system. and give up a tough fight when hooked.[Read more…]

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