Everglades Bass Fishing
We had two trips this week to the Florida Everglades and boated about 200 largemouth bass up to six pounds. It’s been great fishing and soon to be the best time of the year. Our waters have warmed up and dropped bringing the bass to the canal banks which means awesome bass catching. This will only last until around July depending the rain. For further information on fishing South Florida e-mail me at email@example.com and visit us at our new website at www.southfloridabassfishing.net
Florida Everglades 6 lb. Largemouth Bass
The Florida Everglades over the last few weeks has been red hot and getting better daily. Now that the fish are off the spawn and water levels have dropped the bigger females are starting to bite. Just west of Ft. Lauderdale lies the vast swamp of the Florida Everglades which in my opinion has the best largemouth bass fishing for numbers in the United States. Each trip out in late spring usually produces upwards of 100 fish depending on the skill of the angler or probably more. Next time you’re in South Florida check this great fishery and call us at (954) 445-1811 for a guided trip. Visit us at our new website at www.southfloridabassfishing.net
It’s fantastic largemouth bass fishing in the Florida Everglades over the last two months and getting better daily now that the spawn is about over. We’ve had multiple trips with fish catches at 100 bass per day! Now that the water levels are down the big female bass will be feeding well and often after spawning rituals are over. I can’t explain how much fun catching this many fish has changed my outlook on fishing since I’ve moved to South Florida. With 25 years of bass fishing experience in South Florida on Lake Okeechobee & the Florida Everglades I’m sure I can help you have a great experiencing South Florida’s great fisheries. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on booking a guided trip to Ft. Lauderdale /Miami areas or call (954) 445-1811.
Florida Everglades Bass Fishing
Florida Peacock Bass Fishing
With the water now warming up a little fishing seems to be improving dramatically. The peacock bass have been patiently waiting for this warm water that’s now here. The Florida Everglades bass fishing also will see larger females now start to feed with more regularity now that the spawn is almost over. We can’t ask for a better time of year for fishing South Florida in the Everglades, Lake Okeechobee and in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami areas for Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass. To book or for further information on fishing South Florida contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (954) 445-1811.
It’s been a little slower than usual lately but will get better now that it’ staying warm in South Florida. Recently we’ve had a few half-day trips and boated about 7 and 10 on a full-day. As the water warms like it has been this week fishing will be red hot for the rest of the season. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 445-1811 for further information.
Lake Okeechobee Bass Guide
It’s been wonderful bass fishing in the Everglades lately with over 50 bass being caught even half-day trips. We haven’t been catching very large bass but the numbers have been staggering! Last week Tim Gray and I caught about 100 fish in 6 hours of fishing all on senko style baits in the Everglades just west of Ft. Lauderdale. With each passing day the water levels are dropping and warming up which only means superb fishing catching opportunities. For further bass or peacock bass fishing reports click www.southfloridafishing.org or contact us by e-mail at email@example.com. We can also be reached by phone at (954) 445-1811 for booking at trip to South Florida.
Victor Campbells 5 lb. Peacock Bass
It’s been a little colder than usual for South Florida Peacock Bass fishing this winter in South Florida. Our numbers for trips are still decent for this type weather pattern. As the weather gets warmer so will the fishing get much better. You can expect to catch between 10 to 25 peacock bass for each fishing trip depending on frontal conditions. Live been has been the best choice and will continue to catch fish even in the worst conditions. Artificial lures will do better when the water gets hotter in the next month or so. Check out www.southfloridafishing.org or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 445-1811 for current fishing reports or to book a trip for peacock bass or largemouth bass anywhere in South Florida.