Miami Travelers Bass Fishing
When you are adventuring to South Florida, there are endless outdoor activities you can partake in. All year round you have fantastic weather to get out in the outdoors. There is no better way to soak up the sun than on a fishing charter. Join and experience a Miami travelers bass fishing trip next time visiting the state. You will not regret your decision.
If you don’t want to travel to the Amazon, South Florida and more specifically Miami have the biggest peacock bass in the nation. When you want to test out and see if the Amazon trip is right for you, hop on board with one of our local experts. They will put you on some big peacock bass and you will realize, you don’t have to travel out of the nation to catch them.
Captain Joe Gruny and Captain Robert Miley have spent a lot of time in the waters of Miami. One of our strengths here at Bass Online is we work as a team. You will always get the most professional and best experience on the water. We want to put you on that big bass right here in the canals and lakes of South Florida. Take a break from the beautiful beaches and let’s get hooked up.
Captain Joe Gruny adventured out on the Miami Airport Lakes. He had the pleasure of fishing with Aaron who was traveling from South Carolina. Also, his friend Llyod came along from Atlanta, Georgia. Peacock bass fishing in Miami is a huge draw and very exciting outdoor activity. Once you hook one, you will be coming back for more.
The Miami Airport Lakes blessed them on this fishing trip. Peacock bass were biting right from the start. Aaron and Llyod caught 28 peacock bass on this fishing charter. Most of the bass were in the weight range of 2-4 pounds. 4 pounds and above is a very nice quality fish when it comes to peacock bass. The trip was anchored with a 5.14 and 7.02-pound peacock bass. These fish are considered giant and trophy-sized fish. They are the fish you are looking for when freshwater fishing in Miami.
Captain Joe is looking forward to their next adventure. It may be hard to beat this trip, but there is always more room to have fun and catch more trophy-sized bass!
Just shortly after this incredible fishing adventure, Captain Robert Miley explored the The Falls Canal System. Captain Miley had the pleasure of fishing with Rick. They were traveling from Greensboro, Nort Carolina looking to catch some exotic peacock bass. The Falls Canal System is the perfect destination to do so!
If you are looking for a true urban fishery, the Falls is the place to come. Along with its great feel and wildlife, expect to catch some giant peacock bass. Rick wanted to come to explore the Falls with a fly rod. Peacock bass can be caught on flies but some days can be more difficult than others. If you are looking to have a great day on the water, live bait is the way to go.