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Palm Beach Peacock Fishing Charter

Palm Beach County is a great Florida Fishing destination for all ages and family members. A Palm Beach peacock fishing charter is an outdoor adventure to share with a son that loves to fish.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Kelly Freeman and her son Eric. It was a slow day on Lake Ida but the fish were still biting.

While moving around quite a bit we still managed to catch over 30 peacock bass. The biggest peacock was right around 4 pounds with another in the 3 pound 8 ounce range. They can be caught using both live and artificial baits.

Kelly and Eric had a fantastic time together out on the water. Summer weather has been very hot with water temperature at 88 degrees.

If you can handle the heat and weather out here, I can and we can have an amazing fishing trip. Catching a large peacock bass is something we would love for you to experience.

I am looking forward to fishing with them again and if you haven’t had one of these bass pull on your line like a freight train, come on down and get you some.

Hope to see you on the water next time!

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

 

BOOK YOUR LAKE IDA FISHING TRIP ONLINE NOW!

 
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2017-08-07T08:48:06+00:00 August 5th, 2017|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, Lake Ida, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Palm Beach Peacock Fishing Charter

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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.