Three Day Peacock Bass Fishing Adventure

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Three Day Peacock Bass Fishing Adventure

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Three Day Peacock Bass Fishing Adventure

Summer is the perfect season to explore the waters of South Florida. Warm days produce changing weather conditions. We were on a Three Day Peacock Bass Fishing Adventure that can created memories of a lifetime.

Lake Ida is a beautiful lake to catch quality peacock bass. We had the pleasure of fishing with the Seitzinger group. Captain Tony Masiello and I split the group and had a great time out on the water.

Massive rain storms have increased the water levels making the back eddies the best location to find fish. I used some of my past tournament information in order to located and find the fish.

Once we got on them, it was non-stop action for two hours. We caught over 30 fish on each boat. The peacock bass ranged from 2 to 3 pounds with no monsters on the boat. We also caught multiple largemouth bass that contributed to the incredible action on the water.

All three days were amazing and we caught over 30 fish on every trip. The Seitzinger group had a fantastic time and will be back soon for more exotic peacock bass action.

Come Catch Yours Today with Captain Robert Miley on beautiful Lake Ida.

 

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2017-07-10T17:15:13+00:00 July 13th, 2017|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, Lake Ida, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Three Day Peacock Bass Fishing Adventure

About the Author:

Joe LoBianco currently living in South Florida, born and raised in New York. He is now working as a Social Media Producer for bassonline.com. Fishing is his passion and he won't stop building businesses and fishing for the rest of his life.