4 Hours

$300

4 Hours

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

6 Hours

$375

6 Hours

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

8 Hours

$450

8 Hours

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

8 Hours Split Day

$550

8 Hours Split Day

4 hours in the AM

Break for Lunch

4 hours in the PM

(Must use the same guide in the AM & PM. One species.)

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

3 Day Package

$1300

3 Days of Fishing

8 Hours per Day

Save $50!

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

5 Day Package

$2100

5 Days of Fishing

8 Hours per Day

Save $150!

2nd Person FREE

$100 for 3rd person

Prices above include the guide, boat, fuel, transportation to and from the ramp and tackle for live wild shiner fishing.

Tips are greatly appreciated, so reward your guide with a tip for putting you on some great fish. Industry standard runs 15% – 20 % for tipping.

Fish Live Bait, Artificial, or Combo of Both

Live Bait

If you are fishing for a trophy bass, we strongly suggest the use of wild shiners. Live bait is NOT included in the prices above.

Artificial Bait

Artificial trips are always available; we just ask that if you do plan on booking an artificial trip, that you bring some of your own rod and reels, this way you will have a rod in your hand that you are used to using.

Species

Species we target on a regular basis include; largemouth bass, peacock bass, black crappie (speck), bluegill, red ear (shell cracker), sunshine bass, catfish, mudfish (bowfin), chain pickerel, and gar.

Fishing License

Are required for fishing on Lake Okeechobee, these can be purchased on site where the guide party meets at Fast Break Bait and Tackle or at www.myfwc.com. Customers who wish to purchase license on site will need to have a driver’s license and social security number for US residents. Non US residents will need passport to purchase a fishing license.

Food and Snacks

Every guide boat will have a cooler on the boat in order for you to store cold beverages and food items.

Things to bring

Don’t forget that Florida tends to be sunny and sunscreen is a must. Also remember that although the weather tends to be warm, the mornings can be a little cool. So a light jacket is always nice to bring along the trip. Hat, Sunglasses, drinks, food, and rain jacket.

Deposit

We DO NOT require a deposit for reservation, however, we do require a credit card # in order to confirm your reservation.

Cancellation

Any cancellation 48 + hours in advance will incur $0 charge. Inside of 48 hours you will be charged $100. Any trips that no show or no call, will be charged the full amount of the trip price. Cancellations due to weather will be reschedule if possible, if not you will not occur any charge.

Every guide will make every effort to make this the most memorable trip you have ever had. Keep an open mind, relax and let the guide teach you about Lake Okeechobee or just sit back and relax while listening to nature at its best. Just remember your next cast could be that monster largemouth you have dreamed about. A cast anywhere on Lake Okeechobee could be a 10+lb bass!

Fishing Locations

Lake Okeechobee: “The “Big O” is so big it’s sometimes called Florida’s “inland sea.” But most of the bass fishing takes place from the edge of the vegetation lines shoreward. The biggest fish are caught flipping heavy cover from January through early April. Later in the spring, it’s not uncommon for anglers to release more than 50 fish per day, as the schoolies gang up. Accommodations range from hotels and lodges to RV Parks to condos. Clewiston and Okeechobee offer the most amenities.” (Visit Florida)

Lake Istokpoga: Located just north of Lake Placid, this shallow, weedy lake has been producing a bunch of lunkers recorded in the state’s TrophyCatch program. The fishing will get better and better into spring. Frog patterns, plastic worms fished slowly, and Skinny Dippers are real fish finders. A solid flipping stick is also a must. (Vista Florida)

Kissimmee Chain of Lakes Area: “This area spans more than 21,000 acres and includes numerous lakes along the Kissimmee/Okeechobee watershed. They include legendary Lake Kissimmee, Lake Toho and Lake Marion. The northern waters are close to Orlando. The watershed’s southern shallows tend to draw bedding fish first, by the end of January. Many anglers opt to stay in and around Kissimmee, St. Cloud or Haines City. These lakes are shallow and weedy, so bring rods loaded with heavy braided line. Jigs, worms and Skinny Dipper-type baits work well.” (Visit Florida)

Stick Marsh: “The St. Johns Water Management Area (SJWMA), known to most anglers as the Farm 13/Stick Marsh, is a 6,500-acre impoundment located along the east coast of central Florida in northwest Indian River County. Water depths range from 4 to 8 feet. Closest towns/cities are Melbourne, Palm Bay, Vero Beach, Sebastian and Fellsmere. No gas, food or bait available on site. Popular sportfish include largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish, black crappie and several catfish species. This water body is noted for its excellent bass fishing due to the special no harvest regulation on largemouth bass. The SJWMA is one of the top 10 trophy bass spots in the state.” (MY FWC)

Kenansville Lake: “Kenansville Lake is a shallow 2,500- acre impoundment with an average water depth of 3 feet. This area was cattle pasture prior to flooding in 1993. Boaters, especially those unfamiliar with this water body, should navigate with caution as there are rows of submerged fence posts throughout the lake. Interior levees are also located at the north, center and south areas of the lake. A single lane concrete boat ramp is the only facility on the site. The town of Kenansville is the closest place to obtain gas, food and bait. Although most anglers fish this area by boat, bank fishing is available along the access canal and north end of the lake for those willing to walk or ride a bicycle to those areas.” (MY FWC)

Lake Ida: “Lake Osborne is a 356-acre water body located in Palm Beach County. Aquatic vegetation consists of cattail, spikerush, willow and hydrilla. Nine fish attractors have been installed in the lake and are marked with buoys. Fish present in Lake Osborne include largemouth bass, sunshine bass, black crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, catfish, and Mayan cichlids.” (MY FWC)

Osborne Chain-of-Lakes: “Lake Osborne is a 356-acre water body located in Palm Beach County. Aquatic vegetation consists of cattail, spikerush, willow and hydrilla. Nine fish attractors have been installed in the lake and are marked with buoys. Fish present in Lake Osborne include largemouth bass, sunshine bass, black crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, catfish, and Mayan cichlids.” (MY FWC)

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