John White and his friend Russ Erikson were out in early November and caught over 40 peacock bass in the canals of south Miami all on shiners. John’s first fish of the days was this beautiful 7 lb. peacock bass. A great way to start off the day I’m sure. The spring is now almost here for South Florida which translates into awesome peacock bass and largemouth bass fishing from Lake Okeechobee south to the Florida Everglades. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about fishing near Maimi or Ft. Lauderdale.
It’s been an awesome few weeks in the Florida Everglades fishing for largemouth bass. This week we had two trips and boated about 200 bass up to 6 pounds. Here’s this nice 6 lb. bass that I caught on a worm on Monday March 21, 2011. Each week will improve because the female largemouth bass are done spawning. After the spawn the larger fish eat much better. For further information check out our new website at www.southfloridabassfishing.net or call us at (954) 445-1811.
Florida Peacock Bass fishing was a little slower than normal this winter because of all those cold nights we’ve experienced. Now that the weather has has finally warmed up and will stay this way so should the peacock bass really turn on. Here’s a nice 4 1/2 lb. Butterfly Peacock Bass caught by Capt. Victor Campbell who is a guide on the Potomac River in Maryland. Each day in South Florida of peacock bass fishing should produce similar type fish caught. If you’ve never caught a Peacock Bass before of this size you are in for a real treat. They are like smallmouth bass on steriods. Contact my e-mail at email@example.com for further information about largemoputh bass or peacock bass fishing South Florida or call (954) 445-1811.
Tim Gray and I were out largemouth bass fishing the first week of February in the Florida Everglades and caught over 100 bass in 6 hours. We didn’t land anything big today but on light line and spinning tackle we had a hoot of a time. It’s only going to get better now that it’s staying warm at night which will improve the larger fish bite. The Florida Everglades bass fishery is second to none in my opinion. I know there are places to catch bigger fish but the numbers can’t be matched anywhere in the world! For further information about largemouth bass or peacock bass fishing South Florida contact us at (954) 445-1811 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve fished Lake Okeechobee a few times over the last month and have caught some decent fish. With the Florida Everglades being red hot it’s hard to leave the Ft. Lauderdale and drive 60 miles when you have bass fishing factory in your back yard. Lake Okeechobee is a little more challenging because of it’s pure size but on average you’ll catch larger bass on the Okeechobee. We boated about 20 today with one large fish braking me off flipping in heavy vegetation. To catch trophy fish with any consistency on Lake Okeechobee I recommend wild live shiners caught out of the lake. E-mail us at email@example.com or click www.southfloridafishing.org to get information on fishing South Florida for largemouth bass or peacock bass. (954) 445-1811
Here’s another example of what South Florida Everglades largemouth bass fishing is all about. We’ve been fishing about twice a week and have been having incredible catching days with up to 100 bass. Now we will be experiencing more fish like this beautiful 7 lb. largemouth caught on alligator alley in January now that the water has dropped and warmed up. Our winter was a little colder than normal but that’s behind us now. The best days are here so come down to South Florida to experience some of the best bass fishing in the U.S. right here on Lake Okeechobee or the Florida Everglades. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 445-1811 to book a guided trip with me.
It’s been great largemouth bass fishing this spring in South Florida canal system. Each trip out we’ve caught between 50 to 100 bass mostly on the small side because of cold overnight temperatures. Now the that the waether has become stable the big fish will be biting now. Here’s some examples of what we’ve been catching lately on light spinning tackle in the Everglades. Any place that you can catch 50 to 150 largemouth bass a day is quite fine by me. For further information on South Florida fishing contact me by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (954) 445-1811.
It’s still good fishing in South Florida down in Miami for Amazon Peacock Bass this fall. Winter and spring is the best time to catch big numbers of fish and what a vacation to fish in the warm weather for these beautiful fighting fish. If those cold winter days up north have you down the Florida Everglades and Lake Okeechobee for Largemouth Bass or Ft. Lauderdale/Miami areas for Peacock Bass could be the perfect cure. For more information call me at (954) 445-1811 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is Tim Gray’s nice 4 lb. Peacock caught on Friday October 29, 2010.
It’s been real good fishing in South Florida for peacocks lately and only going to get better. Over the last few weeks we’ve been out multiple times in the Miami and boated over 100 peacocks. With the water levels starting to drop and the temperatures also cooling off the big males will start feeding up for the spawn. Here’s an example of what South Florida has to offer for Amazon Butterfly Peacock Bass. E-mail me for further information at email@example.com or call us at (954) 445-1811.
Lake Okeechobee bass fishing is still great despite the high winds we’ve been experiencing. Each day as the water drops alittle and cools down it should bring a wonderful winter and spring fishing season on the big lake. A few eeks back we caught about 30 nice bass despite 3 foot waves all day. The lake can be unsafe with those conditions. If you’ve never experienced a guided trip on Lake Okeechobee e-mail me for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (954) 445-1811 to book a great fishing experience in South Florida.
It’s been still good in the South Florida Everglades considering the high water that still exists. Water levels will be dropping now that the rainy season is ending which means much better days ahead for largemouth bass fishing. Lake Okeechobee is also great right now as long as the wind stays from the South. We were out in the Everglades a few weeks back and landed about 80 bass mostly on the small side with one close to 5 pounds. E-mail us at email@example.com for booking a guide to beautiful South Florida or call at (954) 445-1811 for more information.