and U.S.C.G. Licensed Captain on Lake Okeechobee, Florida.
Guiding on Lake Okeechobee
Lake Okeechobee Professional Guide Service:
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Professional Guide, Angie Douthit, when not traveling on
she is guiding anglers on the waters of Lake Okeechobee. Angie is
based out of the city of Okeechobee. She guides on Lake Okeechobee, World famous
for the quality of the bass fishing, Okeechobee is an expanse of
water covering 735 square miles. When most anglers see this small
ocean for the first time, they are immediately notice that it all
looks the same. Needless to say, that is not true in the case of the
huge bass that ply the waters in search of wild shiners or other
baits. The fish select certain areas of the lake, based on season
and weather conditions. In order to have the trip of a lifetime, a
professional guide can save you days of wandering around just
looking for that secret area.
Angie loves the sport of bass fishing and even more, loves to
help others to learn how much fun it can be.
Whether its artificial lures or
live-bait used, Angie will see to it that you have a great day on
the water. Check out these happy clients.
While on the waters of Lake Okeechobee you will also see the
wildlife that makes the trip a special memory.
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Capt. Angie specializes in "artificial
lures" guided bass fishing trips". Live-bait is
available at the customers expense. Angie is also a current pro
Angler who has recently moved from the city of Clewiston
(south-end ) of Lake Okeechobee to the city of
Okeechobee (north-end) of the lake.
She is very knowledgeable of the
entire Lake Okeechobee area.
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Angie's clients have been having a blast catching limits of huge
crapie like these which were caught on October 21st, 2014, in
open water on small tube jigs. They had limits three days in a
row near Okeechobee on the North end of the lake. Looks like a
great crappie season this fall. As you can see above the big
bass are now starting to bite also and will only get better as
the water cools off. Read more here in Angie's
here. If you need help in finding quality lodging in Okeechobee
for your trip you can find Angie's
Call Capt Angie at
863-228-7263 or email her at
Capt Angie’s fishing reports are posted monthly in the
Coastal Angler and Tampa Tribune newspaper”.
Check out Capt. Angie's monthly
Lake Okeechobee fishing report in the Tampa Tribune, Coastal Angler
(Central/South Florida) and
Navionics Magazines Cruising
Guides and Reports
These are but a few of Angie's accomplishments.
Lake Okeechobee, world renowned bass fishing destination, is the
second largest freshwater lake inside the US borders. It cover
nearly 750 square miles in south central Florida and is the natural
headwaters of the Everglades.