Van Turbeville fished for peacocks with Capt. Tony M. They are beautiful fish and fun to catch! Till next time tight lines and good fishing…. From Staff Writer Capt. Tony M.
Capt. Tony provided me with a very exciting and fulfilled day of fishing even though the bite started off pretty slow due to a cool morning. Capt. Tony never gave up on the search to find fish until he put me on them. The Peacock Trip is a definite must for all anglers and with the professionalism of Capt. Tony I would highly recommend his services. I will be back again!!!! Van Turbeville
Today I took out long time repeat customer John Krueger and his brother. The bite was a little slow today, but they cost 15 fish for the day. I always enjoy taking John out he’s a great guy and we always have a fantastic time.
Till next time tight lines and good fishing…. From Staff Writer Capt. tony (firstname.lastname@example.org) Bass Online.com / 888-829-BASS
Today onboard Nick and Marla from Georgia. They are on there honeymoon and this was his gift from is wife. Now in my eyes that’s a good wife and great gift for her husband. The couple caught up to twenty fish up to three pounds and a nice four pound bass on top water lures. Great day and wonderful start to life together.
Today I had the pleasure of being out with father and son team David & Anthony Cesario from Weston, Florida. We went out for a Peacock trip for Anthony birthday. Miami is only place to catch the exotic, beautiful hard fighting peacock bass. The Cesario caught up to fifteen fish & one really nice size 6 lbs. Miami Peacock bass.
Happy Birthday Anthony!
Till next time tight lines and good fishing….
From Staff Writer Capt. Brett Isackson email@example.com BassOnline.com / 888-829-BASS
Be sure to catch this show on ESPN2, 9am EST Saturday, October 7th “Rods & Wheels Show. To see a few scenes from this show and other check out thisshort video.
ESPN2 films in conjunction with Bass Online the final fishing episode of the new series Rods & Wheels. In this episode, we entered the Miami/Homestead Motor speedway. Where else to start the filming, but at the start and finish line of course. After a few hot laps around the track we proceeded to the end field to test there fishing skills in the well manicured speedway lake.
Miami Speedway Fishing
They were amazed at the lake, as everyone always is. The lake contains largemouth and peacock bass. It has deeps of 60 feet and crystal clear. In this picture below Brad and Joe again got to use our new freshly wrapped Skeeter ZX225 while being guided by Capt Todd Kersey.
Miami Speedway Fishing Lake
Be sure to catch this show, it is amazing you can see fish actually swimming by the boat, the lake is well maintenance and managed by the speedway. In the picture below, the camera man watches as he can see every strike almost before it happens. What great footage they loved it, and so will you!
Miami Speedway Bass Fishing Lake
A special thanks to the folks at the Homestead Motor Speedway for the opportunity. Be sure to catch this show on ESPN2, 9am EST Saturday, October 7th “Rods & Wheels Show.”