April Stick Marsh Bass Fishing Report

April Stick Marsh Bass Fishing Report

April Stick Marsh Bass Fishing Report

The Infamous Stick Marsh provides yet another amazing trip and day out on the water. Captain Mike is here with your April Stick Marsh Bass Fishing Report.

Windy conditions made the bite slightly slower than normal but we found fish. Being versatile on the water is critical when the conditions turn on you some days.

The Largemouth Bass fishing is getting better as the warmer months roll in. The top water activity and bite will attract many people to the Marsh.

Do not miss your opportunity to fish this amazing location next time you are near Palm Bay or Daytona Beach.

Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Mike Groshon on the Stick Marsh.
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Among playing music and racing cars, Mike always had a love for fishing. Mike is married with two children and real all-round nice guy. He and his family moved to Florida to follow Mike’s dream of becoming a fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee.
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Okeechobee Video of some of the Great Times

Hi, this is Captain Brett Isackson with another South Florida fishing report.

I posted early in the week on fishing with Paul and Robbie Cruvellier, where Paul caught a 9lb 9oz Okeechobee trophy. For the last five days majority of the time we fish up on Lake Okeechobee other than one day we did spend in the Florida Everglades. We again were on Lake Okeechobee, we fish all artificial lures today. For the most part of the day we throw Bass Assassin Die Dapper swim-baits which the fish wanted burned across the top of the water. When that bite died out we switched over to flipping and pitching Bass Assassin Pure Craws.  Mostly pitching into the reed-heads, that’s how Paul stroked a nice (5  1/2lber) five and a half pounder today. We ended the day with about 23 to 35 fish today, ranging from one pound to five pounds.

Really gonna miss fishing with my buddy Robbie, their great clients and friends of mind that have fished with me for five or six years now. Sad to see then go, but here’s a Okeechobee video of some of the great times we had on this last trip!

Tight lines from Bass Fishing Florida.

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Whooping (28) twenty-eight Peacock Bass today

Twenty-eight Peacock Bass today on Lake Ida

Hi there, this is Captain Brett Isackson with your daily fishing report.

Was on the water today with Bill Davis, we met up right early in the morning and drove down to Boynton Beach to fish Lake Ida. We fished today for a full-day which considered at least (8) eight hours. The target species today was the mighty peacock bass.

We caught a whooping (28) twenty-eight peacock bass today, most were in the (1 lb) one pound to (3 1/2 lb) three in a half pound range. We did end up landing several in the (4) pound range as well, all the fish were caught on live-bait as well.

You can always tell when you have had an awesome day peacock bass fishing, as your thumb will be shredded and throbbing!

Going to get a bandaged to go over my thumb, tight Lines from Bass Fishing Florida and have a good day fishing.

 

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Catching HUGE Bass on Lake Okeechobee

Catching HUGE Bass on Lake Okeechobee

This is Captain Mark Shepard, and this is your Lake Okeechobee fishing report of day two with Mike and his son Cole.

It was a fantastic day today, we caught huge numbers of large-mouth bass. We landed close to (70) seventy fish, maybe a little bit over we really lost count, it was a tremendous day. Some really good quality, good action and average size was good all day. We fished with artificial lures all day, and let me tell you…Lake Okeechobee has come to life…it’s on fire. The little bit of cool weather and change in water temperature has made it turn on.

We even found fish on the beds in October? Just a supper day all the way around, Cole likes to fish tournaments hopefully in the spring he will get back down here and we can fish a tournament together. He’s a young angler fishing in a bass club right now, but with great potential in fishing going forward.

Captain Mark Shepard…tight lines!

Catching HUGE Bass on Lake Okeechobee Video created by Cole Kelly follow him on Instagram @TCMfishing

Okeechobee Fishing Report July-August 2014 WITH CAPT MARK SHEPARD

OKEECHOBEE FISHING REPORT JULY-AUGUST 2014 WITH CAPT MARK SHEPARD

Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Reports by Captain Mark Shepard. Lake Okeechobee July and August reveals secrets, lures and more.. Visit Mark at http://bassonline.com

Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide Captain Mark is legendary for catching bass on Okeechobee and has caught MONSTER bass all over the late. He shares his summertime patterns and shows you REAL-LIFE customers with fish from this month.

The Lake Okeechobee conditions change daily, the water gets muddy, then clear. The wind blows, then it doesn’t Capt Mark makes daily adjustments to always find great fishing on Okeechobee.

At the midway point of this video watch as Captain Mark takes a day off to fish with a customer and win big tournament on Lake Okeechobee.

If you would like a REAL full-time Professional Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide – give Captain Mark Shepard a call 1-888-629-BASS.

Follow Capt Mark at http://lakeokeechobeeguide.com, http://lakeokeechobeebassfishing.com and http://bassonline.com

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