Hello this is Capt Robert Miley with a fishing report for The Falls. I had an awesome day of Peacock bass fishing with Mike and his son Dawson. We caught about 25 fish up to about 4 pounds. They were hiding down deep, but we managed to catch some really nice ones. The water temp was about 93 the air temp felt like it was a 100 it was hot out there. The fish sure are enjoying it though. Anyways for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline thank you.
Fishing For Peacock Bass
While fishing in clear water you may view a few bedding along the shelves in the canals. Peacocks can be very picky when it comes to what they will bite. But by using their aggressive nature against them, you maybe able to initiate a territorial response. Good lures to use for this are spinner baits and simple jigs. Be careful not to alert them of your presence, sound or shadow they could spook. You can ether cast pass the spot and as it enters the bed, slow it down and bounce it a few times. Or you can pitch it right on top of the bed. With ether style it might take a few casts to fully enrage them enough to commit to the bite. If you want to make it a little more exciting try using light tackle and rods.
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Hello Capt Robert Miley here with The Falls Miami Fishing report. Today I had the pleasure of fishing with Randy and his wife Vicki. The bite has been really good and we caught quite a few peacocks and some really nice ones. The weather was decent we did have a few clouds here and there and it was a little warm out but the peacocks love the heat. So over all we had good trip and I can’t wait to fish with them again some time. Also for all you freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline. This is Capt Robert Miley thank you. [/fusion_tab]
Miami is famous for its beaches, culture, big events and sports teams. From shopping on South Beach, to connecting with Cruises out of Miami Port. Unknown by many, Miami fishing is recognized for some of the greatest Offshore fishing in the world and NO ONE does that better than iOUTDOORS. But a Miami fishing trip also can be a nature adventure which can only be done in the freshwater while fishing side by side with the alligators and birds. The Miami fishing climate allows for year round fun with great results. Miami fishing options including largemouth bass, Peacock bass and the Asian Snakehead, just minutes from the Miami airport and downtown. Depending on the time of year and conditions, there are different species of fish to target fishing live bait, artificial, by fly and top-water fishing. [/fusion_tab]
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[content_boxes layout=”icon-boxed” columns=”1″ class=”” id=””] [content_box title=”About Capt Robert Miley” backgroundcolor=”#b2ce96″ icon=”fa-user” iconcolor=”#3bbf4a” circlecolor=”#ffffff” circlebordercolor=”#oooooo” iconflip=”yes” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ROBERT-MILEY-50x50color.jpg” image_width=”50″ image_height=”50″ link=”/fishing-guides/south-florida-fishing-guides/” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″] Capt Bob Miley started bass fishing in the Florida Everglades. 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. .[/content_box][/content_boxes]
Hello this is Capt Robert E Miley on Lake Ida its raining right now. The water temperature was 84 the air was 91 and it is now 79 degrees, it wasn’t that windy but the fishing was awesome. I fished with the Abu Garcia guys Jerry his son Colby and his friend Ryan. We caught a nice variety of fish about 25 Peacock Bass the biggest was 4 1/2 pounds, but we caught some really nice ones and some Largemouth Bass. The Fish were biting on a mix of shiners and artificial our biggest came on Zara Spooks. My thumbs are worn out and theirs are too they couldn’t believe the pull on those fish.
We had an awesome day and I want to thank them for coming down here from South Carolina. I’m heading home cause I’m soaking wet but the fishing has been good. If anybody would like to come south and try some of these feisty fish they are biting great. Anyways for all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, this is Capt Robert Miley thank you.
Hello this is Capt Robert E Miley fishing on Lake Ida. it was a little overcast the temperature was 76 degrees compared to 95 yesterday and the water temperature was 80, but it made the fish down a little bit the bite was a little slow and they were real hard to feel.
I fished with Mr Bernstein and we had a school I taught him how to use a casting reel to catch Peacock Bass and how to pitch it and he caught some nice peacock. we didn’t catch that many on the 4 hour trip because we moved around but the ones we caught were really nice, no giant ones nothing over 3 pounds but they were nice fish.
Mr Bernstein is looking forward to fishing again and this was kinda like a school for him he has been a salt water fisherman and not a freshwater. so I got to show him how casting is very critical. anyway we had a good day and I want to thank Jerry for contacting us at BassOnline, he retired down here a really nice guy and loves to fish and I hope he has a nice trip home.
For all your freshwater fishing adventures go to BassOnline, This has been Capt Robert Miley thank you bye.
Hello this is Capt Robert Miley and I’m leaving the falls. I Fished with the Mike Kelly group, an awesome set of fishermen. They came down here and had a blast catching some really nice big peacock bass. I had the opportunity to fish with Paulie again today for half a day and then Mr Mike Kelly himself the owner of the company. He had an awesome trip we put him on a 6 pound almost a 6 and 1/4 pound peacock bass and we caught around 15 fish that were 3 pounds to 6 and a half pounds. The water temperature was 85 degrees and the air temperature was 91 when I pulled off it was almost croaking weather but the fishing was fabulous. The big bite was really hard to feel a lot of fishermen had a real hard time feeling them and they were down deep. There were a few of big ones up spawning on the shelves but we didn’t target those we went for the big ones down deep and we caught them and we had an awesome time, they’re great a company. Keep a tight line Kelly, he got the big fish and we measure it, it was 22 inchs long and 17 inchs around hes gonna make a mount, after measuring all the fish were released. It was just an awesome day, it was slow for my standards but we caught big fish. The big ones we were targeting were down deep but if you wanted to target bedding bass you could target them with rattletraps and pitch them right on the nest but we went for the big fish in the deeper holes, that’s it for now this has been Capt Robert Miley, keep a tight line and we will see you in the south again when you decide to come and fish for these feisty peacock bass. bye now