It’s been a great last few months of bass fishing in South Florida. The male largemouth have been feeding quite well with a few larger females to come along as well. Here’s a nice 7 lb. largemouth bass caught in the Florida Everglades back in mid January off of alligator alley just west of Ft. Lauderdale. Each trip out has produced numerous fish with full-day trip usually around 75 to 100 bass. With continued warming trends and lower water levels we’ll be expected larger females and more fish as well to bite. Contact us for information at email@example.com or by phone at (954) 445-1811 for booking a guided trip to South Florida.
Here’s Jonathan Johnson with his favorite fish in the world. He loves peacock bass so much he had two in his aquarium. It’s been great fishing for this late in the year and it’s only going to get better. If you would like to try peacock bass fishing in South Florida e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further fishing reports or booking. I can be reached on my cell phone at (954) 445-1811.
Florida peacock bass fishing this month has been good despite this being the slowest time of the year usually. We were out Friday October 29th for about 7 hours and landed 17 fish up to 4 lbs. on shiners and artificial. As the water cools the fishing will improve as the bigger males and females get ready for the spawn. Here’s Tim Gray’s nice butterfly he caught on live bait.
Jim Reed and his brother-in-law Steve were out for about 6 th time with us and we caught about 26 peacock bass up to three pounds. Jim missed a huge male peacock I estimate was over 6 lbs. easily. Oh well Jim you’ve landed a 6 lb. fish before with us. It’s been decent fishing lately for this time of year and I’m quite pleased how well they’ve been biting. We had a minor fish kill but with all the small peacocks I’m seeing that won’t have much of an effect on the future fishing that’s for sure. The numbers are awesome that I’m seeeing chasing our baits. That’s greta for the future of the fishery. E-mail us at email@example.com or call me at (954) 445-1811 for booking a guided largemouth bass or peacock bass fishing trip to South Florida.
Over the last few weeks we’ve had three or four trips with great success catching about 15 to 30 every trip up to about 4 lbs. As we head into winter the bigger male peacocks will start to eat well. We were out Sunday and Monday and caught about 45 fish and Jim Reed missed a monster Peacock Bass. The spawn will start within the next two to three months which is always the best time for the largest male fish. South Florida Fishing Adventures has been fishing and guiding in South Florida for about 25 years now and is well experienced to show you an awesome bass or peacock bass fishing trip. Call us at (954) 445-1811 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a guided trip.
The 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 email@example.com for further information on fishing South Florida.
Mike and Bill from Massachusetts were down for their first fishing South Florida and decided to try for peacock bass. The guys were a little skeptical about catching any fish but I proved them wrong by landing 14 nice fish up to 4 lbs. which Mike caught. They had a wonderful time and should try the Florida Everglades for Largemouth Bass on their next trip I suggested. We have some of the best fisheries in the country all here in South Florida. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on booking aguided trip or call (954) 445-1811.