Florida fresh water fishing report
Hey everybody this is the Florida fresh water fishing report with Capt Brett
Hi there. This is Capt Brett Isackson. Here’s your Florida fresh water fishing report for today. Today I had repeat customer come into town, and wanted to get away, and do a little Everglades fishing haven’t seen them for about 2 years, and they was down here visiting and I told them that the Everglades might be a possibility if that’s where he wanted to head out to so we went out to the glades today, and we caught about 40 fish today majority of it came off a live bait. We did have some artificial fishing first thing in the morning with some top water frogs working them quick, and then we dropped back to using live bait for the kids and everything we caught about like I said about 40 fish anywhere from 2 pounds up to about three and a half four pounds. It was good for a short splash dash day today, Give me a call and Let’s go do some fishing For all your freshwater fishing adventures go to bassonline.com This is Capt Brett tight lines until next time.
fresh water fishing report
Hey there This is Captain Brett Isackson with your fresh water fishing report for Lake Okeechobee. Today I have the pleasure of fishing with the Rinaldi family which has been coming to me for the last 13 years, and we had an awesome day on Lake Okeechobee shiner fishing we caught about 35 40 fish all between anywhere from 2 pounds all the way up to about 4 and a half 5 pounds everything was caught like i said on shiners today, and Im looking forward to tomorrow. We’re headed out to lake Ida to do some peacock bass fishing. Give me a call and Let’s go do some fishing For all your freshwater fishing adventures go to bassonline.com This is your this has been your fresh water fishing report with Capt Brett tight lines until next time.
Anthony Rinaldi did a group fishing trip with his friends and family. The group fished for Peacock Bass in the Miami area. Peacock Bass are usually found in South America, but here in South Florida we are able fish for them in the canal systems in Miami. The Rinaldi group had a great time fishing and even spotted a manatee! You never know what you will see while fishing in South Florida, anything from an alligator to a manatee! Book your family fishing trip today!
Till next time tight lines and good fishing…. From Staff Writer Capt. Bob Miley and Capt. Brett Isackson