Fall Fishing on Lake Okeechobee

Posted by: tom at 10:25 am on October 17th, 2015

20151014_084334 (211x375).jpgFall is finally here, water temperatures are starting to cool down and the fish are biting. It has been a long hot summer and the bass were off shore for the last 4 months. Now with water temps falling the bass are coming in. The shiner bite is awesome and we are catching some really nice fish. The lure bite is starting to heat up also, senkos and Yamamoto Dshads have been working best for me. The outside grass lines are working best, but you can find fish on the inside also. Flippin has worked best on the inside with creature baits like the Yamamoto Flappin Hog in black and blue. Water level is 14.80 and holding so it doesn’t look like they will close the Clewiston lock this year which is a good thing. Its going to be a great fall and winter on Lake Okeechobee. Let’s Go Fishing!