February Golden Gate Fishing
Are you traveling to Southwest Florida this year? Are you looking for exceptional ways to spend your time?? Naples Bass Fishing is one of the best ways to spend your time and experience all that Naples has to offer. Exotic peacock bass have flourished in the canals of Naples, FL. Explore what you can experience in this February Golden Gate Fishing Update.
Our local experts have spent many hours and days learning this fishery. If you are looking for the best experience, our local experts can get you on them. Peacock bass can be tricky and very sensitive to temperature changes. It is essential to get on the water with a guide that can guide you and show you exactly how to work the bait or spot to produce the best fish and experience.
Here is your Golden Gate Canal Peacock Bass Fishing Update:
Captain Mark Rose had the pleasure of fishing with Ralph and his son Andrew. They were traveling to Southwest Florida on vacation and wanted to get in some bass fishing. When they found out about peacock bass fishing in Naples, they had to explore it.
The fishing conditions were not the best with rain and cooler weather. Peacock bass generally are not fans of these conditions but it was a fantastic day of fishing. Weather did not play a factor in the strong bite down the canals of Naples. Ralph and Andrew caught 25 peacock bass along with 3 largemouth bass.
They absolutely loved their day along the Golden Gate Canals. The action was great and they will be back for more in the near future. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting back on the water with them again soon!
It was not long after that amazing fishing trip that Captain Mark was back out on the Golden Gate. He had the pleasure of fishing with repeat clients Lori and her husband Curt. They were traveling to Florida looking for some sunshine and warmer weather. Naples Peacock Bass Fishing was an additional outdoor activity with their favorite Captain.
Lori and Curt wanted to cross off peacock bass fishing off their bucket list. Captain Mark helped them accomplish that in Naples, FL. The peacock bass were biting really good for them with over 20 in the boat. Most were in the weight range of 2-3 pounds. They also caught several quality largemouth bass. The Naples Canals are filled with all kinds of surprises and it truly is an outdoor adventure.
Lori and Curt will be back for some more Florida Fishing or Pennsylvania smallmouth bass fishing this summer. They always have a great time bass fishing and love to explore different places. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting them on more fish in the near future!
The same day, Captain Mark Rose adventured out on an afternoon fishing trip. He had the pleasure of fishing with repeat clients Ed and Steve. They were traveling to Florida as well to enjoy some beautiful weather. Their main goal was to catch largemouth bass and peacock bass on a fishing trip. Naples, FL was the best location to do so!
Water conditions were warming up on this fishing trip. Increased water temperatures fired up the peacock bass helping them land over 15 peacock bass and largemouth bass. Ed and Steve had a blast catching everyone. Peacock bass are a fun species to catch as they are hard fighting and extremely colorful.
Ed and Steve will be back for more action here in sunny Florida. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting them on more bass in the near future!
If you are looking for an awesome peacock bass fishing experience, Naples has everything you are looking for. You can catch quality peacock bass, largemouth bass, as well as freshwater Snook. You never know what you will catch on your fishing trip. Every Naples fishing experience is a true adventure. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!!
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About Captain Mark Rose hometown is Pittsburgh PA. Mark has been fishing Lake Erie and Lake Okeechobee since 1999. He fishes Lake Erie in the spring for smallmouth. He runs a detail shop in his hometown during the summer, spring and fall and heads to Florida during the winter months to do what he loves, guide on Lake Okeechobee. Learn More About Lake Erie or Capt. Mark Rose