These past two week have been unusual for South Florida, with both hot and cold to cool days. Even with the change of weather, never the less the fish are biting and biting well.
In the Everglades we have been catching anywhere’s from 50- 150 Bass on  both artificial and live bait. Most of the bass are small in the 1.5 – 2.5 Lb. range.
With some occasional big one like Russ Stringham is showing off with his sons Austin & Gavin.

Dad caught the Fish

Most of our bigger Bass right now are being caught on Lake Okeechobee on wild shiners. On a trip you can  expect 4 lb. and over
and some great Top water action on the outside as long as the winds not blowing too hard.
Kaldon Johnson and friends came down for three days of some great action.
 We guided them to the entire round robin . We fished The Everglades one day with each boat catching over 85 Bass
On day two we had some nicer bass on The Big “O”
and catching some Peacock Bass on day three to round out a Great trip.
Kaldon & Klye will be joining me this fall in The Amazon for the Monster Peacock Bass.
24 LB. topwater

We are in our busy season “NOW” so book your date’s while they are still available , especially if your are planning on Spring break.
So get out of the cold weather and Join “The Hawghunter for some fun and great Bassin’. Capt. Frank Carbone