Colorado Natives Fishing Peacock Bass Blue Lagoon South Florida

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Colorado Natives Fishing Peacock Bass Blue Lagoon South Florida

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Colorado Natives Fishing Peacock Bass Blue Lagoon South Florida

Hello this is Capt Robert Miley I’m getting ready to leave Blue Lagoon.

Today, we got Colorado Natives Fishing Peacock Bass Blue Lagoon South Florida. I dropped off my customer, Chris from Colorado and his two brother Dave and Fernando. They had a nice day fishing. The water was about 70-72 degrees and the air temperature was 68 when I got on the water, and it’s right now 80 degrees. It was a little slow and wet this morning. It took a while for them to turn on. But once they did, we got some good ones. We just had to sit and really work on them a little bit longer than usual. You really have to be patient, but we got them on a different technique this time. We threw shiners up against the seawall and just let them sit. It was really hard for the guys to let it sit and wait for the bite. Once I got them patient, we got some nice ones. The biggest one was 5.5 pounds. I wanted to thank you, Chris, David and Fernando. I really enjoyed the trip, and we’ll see you on the water next time. The peacock bass fishing should be great. Talk to you later tight lines.

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2017-01-20T15:40:21+00:00 January 20th, 2017|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Colorado Natives Fishing Peacock Bass Blue Lagoon South Florida

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