Florida Peacock Bass Fishing in South Florida is one of the best experiences you can share with someone close. An Excellent Miami Falls Fishing Adventure can really have you hooked on Florida Fishing.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Bruce and his son Luke. They are traveling from Long Island, New York to catch some peacock bass while visiting their mother.
One of the things they really wanted to do was caught a quality peacock bass that would be memorable. Fishing for largemouth in ponds in New York is what they have experience with so they were in for a nice treat.
We had an amazing time out on the water in Miami. The system holds some awesome fishing and we had some great action. Bruce and Luke caught over 12 bass all in the range they were looking for.
It was beyond exciting for them to catch two peacock bass weighing 6.25 pounds and 5 pounds. This was a trip they will never forget. Conditions were perfect for these fish with air temperatures at 82 and water temperatures at 74.
Bruce and Luke had an outstanding time and they are looking forward to their next visit to Florida. It will surely be something they will experience again.
Thank you Mr. Jenkins and we look forward to fishing with you again!
Outstanding Blue Lagoon Fishing is a great way to experience what Florida Fishing has to offer. This Lagoon is also known as Airport Lakes and is closely located to the Miami International Airport. Peacock Bass Fishing has been excellent this year.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Steven and his son John traveling from Ontario Canada. Fishing the Airport Lakes is a unique way to catch peacock bass and they wanted to go after it. A cold front and full moon were in effect on this trip.
It was a decent afternoon and an outstanding trip that could not be beat. We did not catch a lot of fish but some great quality. 10 peacock bass made it to the boat on our quick trip with the best weighing 5 pounds. John was super excited to catch such a great fish.
Quality bass like this is always a great way to end and start a year off right. Once the sun came out the bass began to bite steady. Water and air temperatures were at 75 degrees.
I am looking forward to fishing with them again in the future. Come on down south and catch you some of these amazing exotic peacock bass.
Fishing is a big industry and many people are absolutely obsessed with it. Those that love it enough eventually go into business with it. A Recommended Peacock Fishing Captain can really help you enjoy your stay here in Florida.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Mrs. Silver traveling from Corpus Christi, Texas. Her husband owns a tackle shop that has been in business for 47 years in Texas. He adventured out to catch a sail fish while she wanted to experience peacock bass fishing.
Silver was recommended by Pure Fishing and Tom Cerni to come out with us in the Miami Falls Canal System. We had an outstanding fishing adventure with a lot of action on the water.
Silver caught 20 quality peacock bass weighing up to 4 pounds. It will be a trip she discusses in her over 45,000 subscriber outdoor publication back home.
Weather conditions were perfect for bass fishing with air temperatures at 86 degrees and water at 78 degrees. A nice breeze made for a comfortable day on the water.
Thank you Mrs. Silver for coming out and we look forward to fishing with you again. Keep a tight line out there and we will see you on the water next time!
Fall is the perfect time to adventure out in Miami peacock bass fishing. A Three Day Fly Fishing Adventure is a must experience for all those that love to catch bass on a fly. December is a great month to catch some quality peacock bass.
I had the pleasure of fishing with James Kammel traveling from Tampa Bay to catch Miami peacock bass. He is a retired Commander for the United States Coast Guard and still gives his time to them as a civilian.
We had a tough morning bite on our first day. As the afternoon warmed up the water, the peacock bass began to bite. Weather conditions held up great for us with temperatures at 83 degrees and water temperatures at 78.
James was really excited to catch 10 peacock bass in an hour once things got started. The biggest fish weighed 3 pounds. He was ready for two more days on the water fishing with a black and white clouser minnow. Also, he used a red and orange minnow as well.
On the second day, we experienced similar conditions. The fly pattern and water temperatures were the same. Patience played a part in this trip and had to be consistent targeting specific areas. James put another 10 peacock bass in the boat weighing up to 4 pounds.
The final day the conditions stayed the same and the bite was also consistent. James caught 10 peacock bass weighing up to 3 pounds. It was a great way to wrap up our 3 days on the water in Miami.
James and I had a lot of fun fishing for peacock bass on fly. He surely is one great fisherman and really knows how to work a fly rod. He said this was his best fishing trip he has ever had.
I want to thank James for fishing with us and we look forward to catching more peacock bass when he comes to visit next time. Keep a tight line and we will see you on the water next time.