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the bass are in full swing on the Big-O. haven't seen this many beads in a while. gonna be a good winter............for those of us down here at least.

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Do you mean beds?

Tom

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beads, beads,beads........

 

Is it Mardi Gras time in New Orleans already? I like throwing those beads 😳

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14 hours ago, WRB said:

Do you mean beds?

Tom

yes........oh yeah I can't spell......

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Beds in November ? Is that typical to see a large amount of spawning beds on Lake Okochobee in November ? I was under the impression the great majority of Bass spawn in South Florida between late December and April.

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5 hours ago, J.Vincent said:

Beds in November ? Is that typical to see a large amount of spawning beds on Lake Okochobee in November ? I was under the impression the great majority of Bass spawn in South Florida between late December and April.

I have only fished down that way a time or three but it seemed to me that seasons don’t apply down there . Another thread just popped up mentioned bedding fish in south Texas 

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Ive see em bed in late december in N. Florida. Caught a 6 pounder off a bed on Christmas day a few years ago. 

It depends on how warm it stays up here into dec. 

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On 11/22/2018 at 2:58 PM, J.Vincent said:

Beds in November ? Is that typical to see a large amount of spawning beds on Lake Okochobee in November ? I was under the impression the great majority of Bass spawn in South Florida between late December and April.

yes all the ones I saw were in the north of the lake.gonna hit south end next weekend and do some scouting. but yes have seen beds this early before. where I live in central fl. st johns area have seen some also.

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I've been down there a few times, early but not surprising. I don't remember where I read it, but in Florida dropping water temps is what triggers spawning activity. 

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