Peacock Bass Fishing And Casting Accuracy
Good afternoon this is Capt Robert Miley, I had a great time fishing Lake Ida today, I fished with Brian and his best friend Mike. The water temperature was 81 degrees this morning and it was 90 degrees when I left, it is hot and the fish are biting. We had an awesome day, we didn’t catch big numbers but we caught about 15 fish we got a few on top-water, but it just didn’t produce big fish. They wanted to use all artificial but I brought some live shiners and I took them to a spot and we didn’t catch anything less than 3 pounds and our biggest largemouth was almost 6 pounds, and it was just a great day. The big fish were really tight to cover, the little fish were out swimming around. If you wanted a big fish it was a slow grind, but we knew they were there and the guys stuck it out and got some nice fish. There’s a little trick to catching some of those big fish I learned, so if your coming south now’s the time to go fishing. The peacock bass are really biting, you can catch numbers using artificial but your not likely gonna catch the real big ones. you can but you really have to work at it. You have to cast accurately and make consistent casts. You cant just look at it and make a cast you got to really work at it, that’s why i bring shiners along because some of the casts are quite difficult. I will show how to make the cast or make the cast and let you reel it in. Its all about casting accuracy and be able to put it in tight spots. Any way the peacocks are still spawning and its looking to be a great summer for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, this is Capt Robert Miley with your Lake Ida fishing report, tight lines until next time.
Good Numbers On Lake Ida
This is Capt Mike Groshon with your lake Ida fishing report, today i had the pleasure of fishing with Dave Rob and Ian. Good friends from right here in Florida, the weather was perfect for fishing today and these guys were awesome to fish with. We saw good numbers today and I look forward to fishing with them again. For all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, this is Capt Mike Groshon with your lake Ida fishing report creating memories one fish at a time.
First Fishing trip for Peacock Bass On Lake Ida
Hello everyone, This is your lake Ida fishing report with Captain Mike Groshon, today I had the pleasure to fish with Paula Bernstein and her family and their family friend Brock. It was windy this morning, but lake Ida did not disappoint they caught several good size fish plus good numbers all over, this was their first fishing trip for peacock Bass on Lake Ida and they had a fantastic time, i look forward to having them back again next time, for all your Freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, this is been your lake Ida fishing report with Captain Mike Groshon creating memories one fish at a time.
First Trip Fishing For Peacock Bass
This is Capt Mike Groshon with your Lake Ida fishing report, today I had the pleasure of fishing with John and Dick. This was their first trip fishing for peacock bass, and they were absolutely ecstatic when they both got their fish on the boat bite started out a little slow with the front pushing in, but later towards the end of the trip the fishing picked up pretty good, with over 30 fish in the boat today. and everyone out there for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline and we will get your hooked into a Fish of a life time, This is captain Mike Groshon with your Lake Ida fishing report creating memories one fish at a time.
Light Tackle Peacock Bass Sight Fishing
Hello, This is Capt Robert E Miley from Sunny, South, Florida out on Lake Ida. fishing has Been great today little slower than yesterday, But it was great. We did some different things and we’ve got about 15 peacocks, The bite was just a little bit off, but we did something different. We just totally did Peacock Bass sight fishing cruising around, he wanted to do Light Tackle Peacock Bass Fishing, and we got some really nice Peacock bass and course Alan lost some nice ones using light tackle 6 pound test they wrapped around the polls and stuff, but that’s what he wanted to fish that noodle rod. But when he got a big one on it looks like he had a whale on but it was fun watching him do that I was almost inspired me to go get a rod to do that, but it was fun he’s heading back. He is retired railroad conductor, and he enjoyed fishing And I want to thank Alan for coming down and fishing 2 days with me we had an outstanding 2 days And we’ll see you on the flip flop, may you’re drag scream and your pole be bent all the way home, the weather it was bright and Sunny it was 64 when I left the house water temperature was 76, and it is now. 85 feels like 100, and it was windy so we had a high pressure day the fish were a little bit off they shut down a little bit after lunch, and started up again, anyway Capt Miley out Bye.
South Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Capt Robert Miley
Hello, This is your South Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Capt Robert Miley, fishing here at Sunny Lake Ida today I fished from 12 to 6 o’clock and we had an outstanding day. As far as fish biting you could not have asked for a better day and troy Bastion from Pittsburgh, Kansas and his wife. Traveled down here. They said they had one of the most outstanding trips that they’ve ever had. they caught some Big Fish the biggest peacock bass was probably five our biggest largemouth was 5 we got probably 25 Peacock bass so it was just an awesome trip, for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, this has been your South Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Capt Robert Miley creating memories one fish at a time.