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Summer Lake Ida Fishing

Have you ever traveled to South Florida and wondered how you can experience the outdoors? Florida is filled with endless activities that can provide exceptional memories. Summer Lake Ida Fishing is one of those outdoor activities that can bring great joy to you. Bring your family along for an adventure of a lifetime while visiting the state!

Palm Beach County is home to some of the best bass fishing in the state. Whether you want to catch a largemouth bass, peacock bass, clown knife fish or an abundance of other exotic species, you can conquer it all right here in South Florida. The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is one of the most productive locations to catch all of these species on one fishing trip.

Captain Robert Miley is our local expert that knows these waters very well. When you adventure out here in Florida, Captain Miley is the man you want to fish with. Years of experience of fishing in South Florida has led to endless days of amazing times on the water.

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Captain Miley had the pleasure of fishing with Bob, his son Ryan and Kevin on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. They were in store for an excellent day on the water. It was a quick 4 hour fishing trip which are perfect during the summer months here in Florida. One of the benefits of this chain of lakes is that you have several locations that can be productive for fishing.

Bob, Ryan and Kevin had a blast fishing this summer. They caught 15 peacock bass weighing up to 4 pounds. Rain and overcast conditions kept the bite from being strong but they still managed to put some quality bass in the boat. Water temperatures on this trip were 82 degrees with air temperatures at 89 degrees.

Captain Miley is looking forward to the next adventure with these amazing guys again!

It wasn’t long after this fishing adventure that Captain Miley went out again for another incredible day on the water. This time, the Florida Feed Group got to experience the true potential of what the Lake Ida Chain had to offer. Sometimes slower days allow for some better fish to be caught.

Summer months promote a slower technique and method in order to catch a wide variety of fish. The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes has an abundance of wild life along with exotic species. Summer Lake Ida Fishing is a great way to bring a group of people together. The feed group had an amazing day on the water on their quick 4 hour fishing trip.

You can’t beat putting several quality exotics in the boat. The Feed Group caught a quality Clown Knife Fish, which is a sought-after species when visiting South Florida. They also caught several quality peacock bass along with some mayan cichlids. Conditions were very hot which helped the bite turn on for the peacock bass. Air temperatures were at almost 95 degrees. Early morning fishing is always the best during these summer months.

We are looking forward to getting the Feed Group out again next time they want to get hooked up!

Summer time is a great time of year to come fishing here in Florida. We would not want you to miss out on your adventure to catch the fish of your lifetime. Summer Lake Ida Fishing is the ultimate outdoor activity here in South Florida. Let’s get you hooked up on a species the endless freshwater species here!

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2018-08-17T09:25:13+00:00August 17th, 2018|Categories: Florida Fishing Reports, Florida Peacock Bass, Lake Ida, South Florida Fishing|Tags: |Comments Off on Summer Lake Ida Fishing Charter in South Florida

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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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