Friday, March 2, 2012
Steve Antoline and his buddy Frank enjoyed catching 22 peacock bass up to 3 lbs. on March 1, 2012. The guys have fished with me 5 times over the last month mostly for largemouth bass on Lake Okeechobee. Why not try peacock bass in Miami after all those trophy bass Steve caught on lake Okeechobee. The fishing is getting better each day now that the water temperatures are staying above 75 degrees. Peacock bass love warm to hot water and can't tolerate cold conditions very well. Now that it's going to stay hot so should the Peacock Bass fishing in South Florida. Give us a call at (954) 445-1811 for booking information or current fishing conditions. Visit us at www.southfloridabassfishing.net or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lenny Sortino fished with us in Miami in late January for peacock bass and on Lake Okeechobee. Lenny landed about 18 peacock bass up to 4 lbs. all on small shiners. The fishing is improving but we still need a little more warm weather to really turn the fish on. South Florida experienced real cold weather about two years ago and knocked the fish back some and they are still recovering from the slight fish kill. But with an experienced peacock bass guide you can still catch a decent number of fish if you know where to fish. For current South Florida bass or peacock bass fishing reports e-mail us at email@example.com or visit www.southfloridabassfishing.net .
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Jonathan Johnson and I were out a few times in June bass fishing in the Florida Everglades and really caught them well. Each time out we landed somewhere between 50 & 75 largemouth bass up to 5 lbs. on plastic worms swimming the baits through the lily pads. Now that the summer has arrived and plenty of showers the fishing will get better for a few months.
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The Florida Everglades bass fishing has been great this spring and early summer despite the low water and bad oxygen levels. We've had many largemouth bass guided trips resulting in 50 to 100 fish days up to 5 lbs. Now that the rain has started the bigger female bass should feed good and we should see some of these 6 to 8 lb. bass start the feed better. Lake Okeechobee was also great this year despite very low water and navigation dangers. We had atrip in April and caught close 100 largemouth bass up to 6 lbs. near Clewiston. (954) 445-1811. For further information about fishing South Florida e-mail us at email@example.com.
We haven't had many peacock bass fishing trips this spring but when we did we caught some good fish. Most of our trips this year were bass fishing trips to the Florida Everglades for largemouth bass. The late spring and early summer is good for peacock bass though because they love hot water. For more information on fishing for peacock bass or largemouth bass near Ft. Lauderdale e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 445-1811. Check our new website at www.southfloridabassfishing.net
Monday, April 18, 2011
Peacock bass fishing has been o'kay considering we've had little rain until this week. The rain will wash out the stagnant water conditions we're having and improve the fishing. We had two trips this week and caught about 25 peacock bass up to 5 lbs. As the rain cleans up the water and brings in oxygen fresh water the peacock bass fishing should get real good soon. E-mail me at email@example.com for current fishing reports of booking a trip to South Florida for peacock bass or largemouth bass. (954) 445-1811
Lake Okeechobee is still one of the best largemouth bass lakes in America. We had a trip on Friday April 15th and boated about 100 bass up to 6 lbs. all on artificial plastics. We fished the south end of the lake in about 18" of water! It's hard to believe that so many fish are stacked up so shallow on such a huge body of water. The Florida Everglades and Lake Okeechobee in South Florida are great fishing destinations for your next fishing vacation. We also can show you the only place other than Hawaii to catch Peacock Bass right here in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Contact me at http://www.southfloridabassfishing.net/ for further information or (954) 445-1811.