Florida Everglades Bass Fishing

  Florida Everglades Bass in Ft. LauderdaleThe South Florida Everglades are getting better by the day after quite a bit a rain over the last two months. Water levels are the most important factors for consistant bass fishing success. Now the water temperatures are getting down to normal and pre-spawn large females should start feeding early this winter. Last week we boated about 80 bass up to about 5 lbs. all on lures and I was quite surprised. Lake Okeechobee has been good and only going to get better each week. As far as the Peacock Bass fishing, well lets just say it’s been great for this time of year. Read our peacock bass reports in the other posts on the blog. Contact us at floridafishing@bellsouth.net for further information on fishing South Florida. 


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