When you are traveling to Florida, keep an open mind on how you spend your time in the outdoors. South Florida is home to many amazing attractions you can partake in. Fishing Clown Knifefish is most certainly one of them.
I had the pleasure of fishing with great clients on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. Palm Beach County is the perfect location to catch a variety of species. Inner City Fishing is highly exciting.
We had a great day out on the water. My clients were excited to catch 4 Clown knifefish, 15 peacock bass and a bunch of largemouth bass. It is always enjoyable to watch the customer catch a clown.
We love going out on successful fishing trips. Nothing beats a great day on the water and catching quality bass and exotic species. Don’t miss out on your adventure next time traveling to Florida.
South Florida Bass Fishing Guide Capt Brett Isackson
Hello everyone this is your South Florida Bass Fishing Guide Capt Brett Isackson with my fishing report, What a great three days I had on the water with Justin, Tyler, and their father Don we started our adventures on Lake Ida for the first two days at Lake Ida we chased after peacock bass. We had great success throwing a lot of artificial lures at the peacock bass biggest one for the two days I’m going to say was about 3 pounds our final day on the water we decided to go up to Lake Okeechobee. We caught several fish between 5 and 6 pounds the big one may have got away. Can’t really say cuz it fell back into the water so we never got a chance to put it on the scale and weigh it but my guess it was over 6 pounds. but What a great awesome 3 days I spent with the family looking forward to seeing them again tight lines Captain 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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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.
South Florida Peacock Bass fishing report with Capt Brett
Hi there. This is your South Florida Peacock Bass fishing report with Capt Brett, Capt Tony and I had the Darrell Mantell family out from Canada today, We took them down to Miami for a short trip for peacock bass fishing and not knowing what to expect with this cold front that just pushed in how that was going to affect the fish at all and cloud cover, but we had a pretty good day today. We got over 50 Peacock Bass between the two boats all on live bait action moving around to the back to the back canals of blue Lagoon in Miami. This has been your South Florida Peacock Bass fishing report with Capt Brett tight lines until next time.