Bass Fishing In The Florida Everglades With Capt Tony Masiello
Hey everybody this is Capt Tony Masiello with the Everglades fishing report, for the last couple days I have been guiding in the alligator alley area. The fishing has been really good although the morning bite is a little slow due to the up coming full moon but as the day goes on and it gets closer to sun down the fishing really picks up. We have been catching fish on a variety of baits we have been throwing super spooks, swim baits, doing some finesse fishing with Zoom super flukes, Senko type baits, and wacky rigging trick worms. For the power fisherman we have been throwing spinning baits, topwater baits, like spooks, big 16" snakes, and gambler big EZ swimming them right under the surface.
Now for up coming days again look for fishing to be a little bit slow in the morning due to the upcoming full moon, during the summer time the fish are feeding a lot at night with the moon shining bright but your afternoon bite has been fantastic from around 530 to about dark. They have been eating good so if you want to experience some really good fishing go out before dark and throw a variety of baits, swim baits, topwater baits, and big snakes. The fish have also been hitting flipping jigs and swimming jigs, for the flipper there has been a big flipping bite out there, try big jigs anywhere from 3/4 ounce to a 1 ounce jig, any kind of trailer if you get it in front of them they will eat it.
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