Swimming Jigs and Throwing Big Worms Everglades Fishing

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Swimming Jigs and Throwing Big Worms Everglades Fishing

Hi there, this is Captain Brett Isackson with your daily fishing report.
For the last (2) two days, I had Rod Squire and Dallas Squire out from Canada. On the first day we went out to the Everglades, caught about (15) fifteen to (20) twenty fish in the morning. Anywhere from (2) two to (3) three pounds on artificial lures. In the afternoon we continued our trip catching another (15) fifteen to (20) twenty fish anywhere from (3) three to (4) four pounds all on artificial. Swimming jigs and big worms through the grass and Lilly pads on the ledges.

Today we went out did a little Peacock bass fishing in the morning. Did about (32) thirty-two Peacock bass on live-bait, pitching to sea-walls in the Boynton Beach area. In the afternoon we went to do a little large-mouth bass fishing in the Everglades and caught (7) seven to (8) eight fish, anywhere between (3) three to (4) four pounds on artificial lures. We were again swimming jigs and throwing big worms through the Lilly pads.

This is Captain Brett Isackson and this is your daily fishing report for BASS ONLINE.

 

2016-10-18T14:29:12+00:00 September 7th, 2014|Categories: Everglades Fishing, Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, Lake Ida, Largemouth Bass, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Swimming Jigs and Throwing Big Worms Everglades Fishing

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