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.
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Bass fishing in the South Florida everglades is getting better each week. Over the last few weeks we’ve been catching upwards of 50 to 60 fish per half day trip and over 100 bass on full day trips. Most bass are on the small side except for Mike Greico’s 8 lb. caught on Tuesday March 10, 2009. Mike biggest bass in his 67 year carrer as a bass fisherman. Contact www.southfloridafishing.org for more largemouth bass or peacock bass fishing near Miami or Ft. Lauderdale. We can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com .
The South Florida Everglades bass fishing is red hot now and only going to get better. Today we fished for bass with plastic senkos and Gambler giggy heads and a secret bait. We landed over 40 bass again today up to 6 lbs. For booking a great bass or peacock bass fishing trip to South Florida check out our website at www.southfloridafishing.org or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for current fishing reports.
Bass fishing in South Florida has been quite good over the last week. We’ve been out twice and boated over 60 largemouth bass up to 5 lbs. Tuesday night we only fished about 5 hours and caught 24 and missed many more. Today Paul Petan and his son Pauley boated over 40 bass with a few nice five pound bass. It’s heating up in Everglades and Miami canals which should bring on great fishing from now until July. For more information check out www.southfloridafishing.org or e-mail us at email@example.com for current fishing reports or bookings. (954) 445-1811
Bass fishing in the South Florida Everglades is heating up lately. Yesterday we were out for about 6 hours and boated 16 bass up to 3 1/2 lbs. We also missed a few bigger fish as usual. All of these fish were caught on soft plastics like senko style baits and Gambler Giggy heads. We also used Zoom trick worms. For more information on fishing South Florida for Peacock Bass or Largemouth Bass check out these websites for booking a guided trip to South Florida. Click www.southfloridafishing.org or for Amazon Peacock Bass fishing click www.amazonpeacockbassfishing.net . We can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (954) 445-1811.
Peacock Bass fishing in South Florida has been good over the last week. We’ve had two trips with each trip producing over 15 fish. On February 21st I had Nathan Reisdorph from San Antonio, Texas. Nathan landed 19 peacock bass up to 2 1/2 lbs, nothing big but we had plenty of action. I fished with artificial lures and boated only 2 peacock bass. The weather and waters are heating up which means great fishing in the next few weeks. The water levels are dropping in the Everglades which forces the bass into the main canals and much better largemouth bass fishing. For more information on booking fishing trips to South Florida or the Amazon for giant Peacock Bass check out these websites at www.southfloridafishing.org and www.amazonpeacockbassfishing.net . We can be reached by phone at (954) 445-1811 or e-mail at email@example.com .
It’s been a great week of bass and peacock bass fishing in Miami. We’ve had 5 trips over the last week in a half. The bass fishing in the South Florida Everglades is heating up quickly. Capt. Vic and Capt. Chuck were out bass fishing 3 times. Capt. Vic caught over 40 bass in the Florida Everglades on Saturday. I had Lenny Sortino from Boston, sorry about the Patriots Lenny! We fished Lake Ida and canals around the lake. We boated 20 bass up to 3 1/2 lbs. Lenny wanted to fish for peacock bass in Miami on days 2 and 3. Lenny and I landed about 25 peacocks for 2 days which is a little slow but the water is still alittle cold now. When it warms up and stays hot so will the Peacock Bass fishing in South Florida. Water levels in the South Florida Everglades are dropping rapidly so the largemouth bass fishing should be awesome in less then a few weeks.