Okeechobee Bass Fishing

Lake Okeechobee Fishing
Lake Okeechobee bass fishing is considered some of the best freshwater fishing in the United States. The Sunshine State is the Fishing Capital for trophy bass fishing, as well as other sport fishing, and is one of the premier fishing destinations in the world. Lake Okeechobee is the premier trophy bass fishing lake and has been for many years. Excellent bass fishing can be found in the many areas around Lake Okeechobee, near by ponds, local canals and creeks throughout Florida, with Lake Okeechobee being, the most famous lake for large-mouth bass in the country. However, there are many other great lakes to fish in the state, including Central and South Florida. Southern Florida carries the South side of Okeechobee, which is accessed through towns like Moore Haven, Clewiston and Belle Glade. It is well-known that during the winter months the farther south you can go, the better the spawn will be. The Belle Glade area which is in Palm Beach County is and has been known as the best winter location on the lake. It is also the only place on the lake that has an Island with in the dike around Okeechobee which permits you to launch your boat inside the lake. With in the Belle Glade area we are the only full-time guide service with full services to accommodate that productive part of the lake when wanting to plan a Okeechobee bass fishing trip.

Our Okeechobee bass fishing guide organization is put together by top FLW and B.A.S.S. elite pros with the highest ratings and is considered to be the most prestigious and experienced Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guides on the entire lake. These guides have been written up in Forbes, B.A.S.S. Magazine and FLW Magazine as well as seen on TV many, many times. This is all due to the quality of the anglers in our organization, which all starts with service and a vast repeat customer base we attract. We have built our Okeechobee bass fishing business on years of customer satisfaction, and we continue to achieve without a question the highest standard on Lake Okeechobee. Our team has over 400 years of combined experience in catching trophy bass on Lake Okeechobee, and we take great pride in ourselves on making sure that you get the fishing guide YOU desire and deserve.

On Okeechobee the two primary ways to fish are with artificial lures or wild shiners. Bass fishing on the “Big O” with wild shiners is the preferred bait for trophy bass, because it happens to be the natural food that they feed on daily. Wild shiner fishing became very popular many years ago while fishing Okeechobee for large-mouth bass, and has become the increasingly popular choice because once you’ve experienced this form of fishing you’ll quickly recognized that it’s much more than just sitting and watching bobbers. We have a special kind of tackle and a secret way of hooking and rigging shiners. We’re not telling you how at this time, but we’ll be happy to teach you while you’re out with us. As bass fishing has grown worldwide and more of you are fishing with lures, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Lake Okeechobee with artificial, you will have the choice of spinning, baitcasting or fly fishing equipment. Flipping and pitching on Okeechobee is always real popular, but is top-water frog fishing. We are open to any techniques you’re interested in learning about, just let us know. At your request, our guides will suggest what the best form of fishing would be at the time of your booking, but which option you choose is entirely up to you. At times we suggest that you try a little of both. Ultimately, we want you to be happy with the overall experience and that’s why we are the only Okeechobee bass fishing guides to fish the entire 730 square miles.

This experience is very important, because as we all know the weather and the fish don’t always cooperate with your schedule, so we need to be flexible. Whether you’re coming from within the state of Florida or from out-of-state, South Florida, particularly Fort Lauderdale, provides you a central meeting point to conveniently get you to any one of our suggested fishing locations. Okeechobee Bass fishing is considered to be America’s number one freshwater sport and with the industry growing 70% higher than any other types of freshwater fishing and Lake Okeechobee has led that growth for years. Whether a beginner or a pro anyone can enjoy bass fishing. A few essential facts and general knowledge is all you need to get you started on the chance of catching the bass of a lifetime!

Check out our pages for a quick and easy reference guide to the best Okeechobee Fishing Guidemarinas, piers, tournaments and hottest locations for Okeechobee bass fishing in the state of Florida. This website’s goal is to provide you with all the relevant information you will need to make your bass fishing Florida adventure a great success! Lake Okeechobee is at the center of South Florida’s regional water management system, and is located in south-central Florida. The massive lake is a 730 square mile, relatively shallow lake with an average depth of 9 feet (2.7 meters), and is the second-largest freshwater lake located wholly within the continental United States, second only to Lake Michigan. Lake Okeechobee drainage basin covers more than 4,600 square miles (11,913 km2). Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing.Com specializes in bass fishing trips and tactics proven to work and strategies such as seasonal movements and structure fishing. We also include hundreds of articles, angler bios where you can meet your guide. On our bass fishing reports¬†you can read about the bass fishing tackle reviews for rods, reels, fishing line and lures. Find photos of pass anglers and learn about our high performance bass boats that you will be fishing from. Whether you are a spinner-bait or jig flipping fisherman, we will teach you the latest tricks to catching Florida bass. The right tackle and lures is a must for any fisherman to have success. Equipment for bass fishing varies from light spinning tackle to the heavy-duty flipping rods.

Our service provides the tournament and novice bass fishermen with the best equipment and best technique on what to use in specific fishing conditions as well as when to use them during Okeechobee bass fishing.