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.
Tag Archives: Peacock Bass Fishing
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com for further fishing reports or booking. I can be reached on my cell phone at (954) 445-1811.
Here’s my nice 8 lb. largemouth bass caught in April. We’ve had some great days with plenty of bass up to and over 5 lbs. this year so far. Each day is getting better now that the cold fronts have settled down. We had a unusually cold winter for South Florida which was good to kill off some of the unwanted cichlids. Now as we progress towards summer bass fishing will improve greatly.
We’ve had quite a few fishing days for peacock bass this summer with good success. Last week Jonathan Johnson of Ohio and I were out in Miami whacking fish for three days. We boated probably 15 fish per day up to 4 lbs. Jonathan loves peacock bass fishing so much he wants to move to South Florida. He has a eight inch peacock in a aquarium at home. This is one of his nice butterfly peacocks he caught during the second week of August.
It’s time for South Florida Peacock Bass fishing now that the water is heating up. We boated 7 nice peacocks up to 5 lbs. on March 14th. We’ve been waiting for this time for awhile. The cold fronts have been keeping the water colder than normal. The Everglades for largemouth bass is also getting better now that the spawn should be complete. For more fishing information on South Florida e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (954) 445-1811.