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Miami Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing in South Florida

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Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing

Miami, Florida is a gorgeous travel destination to bring your family or friends. While visiting, you can truly enjoy what the state has to offer. If you love to get in the outdoors, you must experience the exotic peacock bass. Miami is home to trophy peacock bass fishing. You truly can’t go wrong getting out on freshwater fishing trip with local experts.

Captain Robert Miley is one of the most knowledgeable and professional fisherman you can fish with. Utilizing his years of experience in bass fishing along with patience, he is the captain that will work effortlessly to get you on the best fish.

Several locations in Miami can produce exceptional fishing. Miami Airport Lakes is most certainly one of them. Blue Lagoon is a section of the lake is something uniquely different that holds big peacock bass. When weather conditions cooperate like on this fishing trip, you can really connect into the fish you are after. Warmer weather promoted for even better fishing. This body of water made it to our Top 2018 Bass Fishing Destinations because of the excellent fishing.

Captain Miley had the blessing to fish with Jim, Rick and John. They were traveling down to Miami from Des Moines, Iowa and wanted to experience what Florida Fishing had to offer. While on this fishing charter, they wanted to catch a trophy bass. It was going to be a three day adventure in hunt of their dreams.

Many fisherman love to come throw artificial baits when exploring out Florida Fishing. Fly Fishing is a great, delicate and very specific technique that these gentlemen wanted to use in order to catch several quality fish. Florida Peacock Bass can be very finicky and difficult to catch with artificial baits. They also threw jerk baits and top water baits like the torpedo on this trip. Even though it did not land all our fish, several were landed and they were excited. Live bait will also be the most successful technique in catching these peacock bass.

Jim, Rick and John caught 10 peacock bass on their first day on the water. The biggest was a trophy weighing 5.5 pounds. Anything over 5 pounds is a trophy peacock bass. The size of that fish is incredible. You have to deploy patience in order to truly land some excellent fish.

On their next trip out, they were playing with different conditions. The sun was shining and the longer they waited the better the fish. They tried to fish for the peacock bass with artificial baits and flies but that was slower than normal. Once they switched over and had patience waiting for that big fish with live bait, it was a game changer.

John landed a true trophy Florida peacock bass weighing close to 7 pounds. It was truly exciting for John to hook into that fish. Many people or anglers never get to see a bass of that size, especially peacock bass. Miami is the place to visit in order to get the job done.

Their final day on the water was another amazing trip. They were really now on the hunt for even better fish. Artificial, live and flies were effective. They could not have been more ecstatic to be able to land bass on all three baits.

As we moved around a lot to find the sweet spot, they were able to get to experience what urban Miami fishing is all about. Rick, John and Jim caught several more quality bass. Most were in the weight range of 2-3 pounds with the best of the day ranging in the 5.5 pound range again. Even though we worked for these fish, it was still a fun day for Captain Miley and the crew.

Jim, Rick and John were absolutely ecstatic about the action down on Miami Airport Lakes. They never knew about how great the freshwater bass fishing could be down here in Miami. Florida Peacock Bass reign supreme and produce an excellent bite and fight when the conditions are great. Captain Miley is looking forward to fishing with these amazing gentlemen again in the future.

Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing in Miami

Take a break from the gorgeous beaches and soak up the sun on a bass fishing charter that can provide you with a unique taste of Miami. Fishing is a great way to bond with your friends or family. When you come out on our professional fishing charters, you will have nothing to worry about. We take care of everything for you and all you have to do is step aboard. Trophy Peacock bass Fishing is something that is exclusive to Miami. You can catch big bass that you will remember for a lifetime in the urban canals and lakes of Miami. Since the weather is always warm you can catch these trophies all year round. Now is the time to land this fish and brag to all your friends the giant catch you brought in.

Don’t miss out on the action! It is getting hotter literally and figuratively. As the weather warms so will the bite and that is the perfect time for Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing. We are looking forward to seeing you out on the water with some of the best guides and captains in the state!!!

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About Capt Robert Miley started bass fishing in the Florida Everglades.
The very first trip out he caught a 10lb 0/8 o/z largemouth bass, and has been fishing for bass ever since. Robert Miley has been fishing professionally on the B.A.S.S. Eastern Division, for the past 7 years. He also is the Bass Pro Shops Pro Staff representative for South Florida. Versatile in that he fishes for Peacock bass as well as trophy largemouth on Lake Okeechobee.

2018-05-30T09:36:18+00:00May 30th, 2018|Categories: Airport Lakes, Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Miami Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing in South Florida

About the Author:

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