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Lake Okeechobee Fishing Reports


2011-09-08
2:56 PM

Summer Bassin on Lake Okeechobee - We are right in the middle of Summer, dog days as the old timers refer to them. The water temperatures on Lake Okeechobee have risen into the mid to high eighties in the shallow water areas of the lake. The deeper water canals, the Kissimmee River a more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2011-04-13
12:38 PM

Okeechobee Bass Fishing - Bass fishing on the North end of the Lake Okeechobee has been as steady and as predictable as we've ever seen. Artificial baits are accounting for large numbers of bass daily. Top water baits, flukes, skinny dippers and senkos, have been working more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2011-03-10
4:37 PM

Springtime Big Bass on Lake Okeechobee - Springtime on Lake Okeechobee is a favorite time of year for many anglers, aside from the fact that the cold weather has departed, fishing for bass, blue gill and shell cracker is at its peak. The full moon in March normally triggers a wave of la more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2011-02-08
7:56 AM

Record catches by FLW Tour at Lake Okeechobee - The recent FLW Tour event on Lake Okeechobee set the lake on fire. A total of 160 pro anglers from all parts of the world ventured out into the lake on Thursday to test their skills against the Big O. During practice many anglers spoke of seeing s more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2011-01-17
1:35 PM

Lake Okeechobee Fishing Guide, Big Bass! - The recent FLW Everstart Series tournament on lake Okeechobee gave anglers a pretty good indication of how good the bass fishing is on Lake Okeechobee. Even though the weather changed drastically during the event many large five fish limits were bro more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2010-12-13
12:54 PM

Okeechobee Bass Fishing - Our Fall/Winter season started with a bang this year. We had mild weather and warm water temps and the bass responded by going on a feeding frenzy. The water level is below 13 feet, which urges the bass to slowly migrate toward the outer edges whe more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2010-11-15
4:56 PM

Okeechobee Bass Fishing Getting Hot! - Lake Okeechobee has experienced a rebirth of sorts, the extreme drought of several years ago served to dry out the marsh areas of the lake. The South Florida Water Management District then performed scraping projects, removing thousands of truck lo more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2010-10-31
6:33 PM

Okeechobee Bass Fishing on Fire! - Bass fishing on Lake Okeechobee is red hot! Huge numbers of Bass are being caught by anglers daily. Bass over 8 pounds are being reported daily. For huge numbers of bass use artificial baits, skinny dippers, flukes, top water baits, horny toad and more...
Capt. Michael Shellen - Lake Okeechobee


2008-09-28
10:34 PM

Lake Okceehobee is Doing Well - Lake Okeechobee is doing well. There is plenty of water and good grass. The fish are biting one day and slow another. The problem is finding them, but that will get solved soon.There has been some good fish caught this past weekend. Best bet is Horne more...
Capt. John Miller - Lake Okeechobee


2008-09-12
8:08 PM

Okeechobee is fishable and fun agian - Fishing out of Slim's Fish Camp (Belle Glade) The water is up and you can fish anywhere you want. The fish are being caught on Spinner Baits (white with gold blades) working best. Lot of average size fish 12in. to 14in. some fish over 5lbs being re more...
Capt. John Miller - Lake Okeechobee

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