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SouthEast Florida Bass Fishing With Capt Tony Masiello

SouthEast Florida Bass Fishing With Capt Tony Masiello

Hey everybody this is Tony Masiello with BassOnline this is my fishing report for the past few days.

Iv been spending alot of time in miami fishing for peacock bass they have been hitting mainly live bait with a variety of some topwater baits and walking baits.

When they come up schooling you can always pick up a rod and fire it in on them and they will crush it but for the main bite its been live bait.

I have been fishing in the falls area the Airport area which is called the Blue Lagoon and also Lake Ida.

Now for the Everglades the largemouth are hiding deep down in holes in about 25 feet or better.

Your gonna want to throw big worms like a texas rig or anything on a shaky head.

Just work it slow and be patient for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to bassonline.

Bass Fishing In The Florida Everglades With Capt Tony Masiello

Bass Fishing In The Florida Everglades With Capt Tony Masiello

Hey everybody this is Capt Tony Masiello with the Everglades fishing report, for the last couple days I have been guiding in the alligator alley area. The fishing has been really good although the morning bite is a little slow due to the up coming full moon but as the day goes on and it gets closer to sun down the fishing really picks up. We have been catching fish on a variety of baits we have been throwing super spooks, swim baits, doing some finesse fishing with Zoom super flukes, Senko type baits, and wacky rigging trick worms. For the power fisherman we have been throwing spinning baits, topwater baits, like spooks, big 16″ snakes, and gambler big EZ swimming them right under the surface.

Now for up coming days again look for fishing to be a little bit slow in the morning due to the upcoming full moon, during the summer time the fish are feeding a lot at night with the moon shining bright but your afternoon bite has been fantastic from around 530 to about dark. They have been eating good so if you want to experience some really good fishing go out before dark and throw a variety of baits, swim baits, topwater baits, and big snakes. The fish have also been hitting flipping jigs and swimming jigs, for the flipper there has been a big flipping bite out there, try big jigs anywhere from 3/4 ounce to a 1 ounce jig, any kind of trailer if you get it in front of them they will eat it.

This has been your Everglades Bass Fishing report with Capt Tony Masiello, for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline Thank You.

Everglades Fishing Guide Capt Robert Miley

Everglades Fishing Guide Capt Robert Miley

hello this is your Everglades Fishing Guide Capt Robert Miley with a fishing report on a wet soggy afternoon just leaving saw-grass recreation, had a great day lots a little fish we had a couple of super nice fish 4 to 5 pound range we caught a lot of numbers of fish air temperature was 70 degrees and water temperature was 64 and the fish bit caught them all on wacky rig cinco’s and on frogs the big fish came off of frogs they were hitting real good rain came in and we finished up at 1:30 rain was just pouring i finished with Danny from washington he’s down here on business with Microsoft as a Microsoft tech computer guy so he came down to enjoy the afternoon and we got soaking wet i mean it poured this afternoon but we got back in so anyway appreciate Danny coming down south fishing here well he’s conducting his business we had a great time out there fishing got lots of fish he got a couple of nice ones so anyway that’s florida fish report for today everglades fish are biting real good this is your Everglades Fishing Guide Capt Robert Miley tight lines until next time.

 

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The very first trip out he caught a 10lb 0/8 o/z largemouth bass, and has been fishing for bass ever since. Robert Miley has been fishing professionally on the B.A.S.S. Eastern Division, for the past 7 years. He also is the Bass Pro Shops Pro Staff representative for South Florida. Versatile in that he fishes for Peacock bass as well as trophy largemouth on Lake Okeechobee.
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Everglades Bass Fishing Guide Capt Brett Isackson

Everglades Bass Fishing Guide Capt Brett Isackson

hey there this is your Everglades Bass Fishing Guide Capt Brett Isackson with a fishing report i was out today in the everglades doing an artificial trip with repeat customer we caught about 40 fish 45 fish and an eight hour day on artificial a lot of top water action we’re throwing frogs and cincos and swim baits was real good time catching fish our biggest fish today was probably about three and a half pounds water levels have started to come down out in the everglades now and fishing starting to get a little better as each day goes by when the water get lower the fishing gets a lot better fish have no place to go but out in the canals tight lines from captain Brett Isackson

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Everglades Bass fishing Charters with Capt Robert

Everglades Bass fishing Charters with Capt Robert

Hello, This is your Everglades Bass fishing Charters with Capt Robert, just leaving Mile Marker 41 I had the opportunity of fishing with Frank today, four hour trip It was slow and water temperature was 65, air temperature 61, right now the air temperature’s 76 and the large mouth bass, Bite was slow we caught Three or four decent ones no real big ones, but we caught more peacock bass than i ever thought about catching out here in the everglades. So it was a good day, but not a real super good day when you have these conditions come in with Bluebird skies it was real cold and foggy this morning, and things like that happen, but I was surprised that the peacock bass Were biting and they are real dark looking out here, but i had frank up from Ohio. He’s an electrical engineer works with The air force and travels around, and they’re down here staying Naples having a good time, and he was glad to have the opportunity come out fishing for a few hours today. So anyway frank. Thank you and tight lines and may your drag scream all the way home.

South Florida Fresh water Fishing Charters with Capt Brett

South Florida Fresh water Fishing Charters with Capt Brett

Hi there, This is your South Florida Fresh water Fishing Charters with Capt Brett. Had John and John bacon out Peacock Bass fishing and with me the last 2 days, I’m going to say we got about 104 to 105 Peacock bass on live bait. from anywhere from a pound and a half to 4 pounds for the biggest peacock, and he did have a 5 and a half pound large mouth today. It was steady action going on, Fishing the deep holes over in Boynton Beach and thats your South Florida Fresh water Fishing Charters with Capt Brett tight lines.

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