Bite On, The Ocklawaha River Largemouth Bite Has Exploded

The Largemouth Bass bite has exploded on the Ocklawaha River near Ocala. After months of high water levels due to Hurricane Irma, and a record rainfall year, the Ocklawaha River has finally settled down, and is back within it’s banks. The bite is on! The first place I fished this morning netted 5 Bass in […]

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Largemouth Bite Has Returned To Normal

The Largemouth Bass bite on the Ocklawaha River has finally returned to normal. After several months of adverse conditions caused mostly by Hurricane Irma, fishing in general has bounced back to where it should be. Over the past few months extreme high water levels, as well as flow, have made it next to impossible to […]

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From Extreme Low Water To Almost Flood Conditions and …

A Fine Ocklawaha Large Mouth

we’re still catching fish, go figure! The Largemouth bite on the Ocklawaha River has greatly improved over the past month. We’ve gone from extreme low water in May and June, to almost flood conditions throughout July due to record breaking rainfall. Although late summer is typically not the best time of year to plan a […]

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The Ocklawaha River Is Having An Outstanding February

The Largemouth Bass bite on the Ocklawaha River has been outstanding throughout February. Recently our half day trips have averaged over a dozen 2 to 5 pound Bass per angler, with the occasional 7 to 9 pound wallhanger! I expect these numbers to decrease when the spawning fish move onto the beds. Speaking of spawning […]

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