Honeymoon Fishing Charters
South Florida is the ultimate destination to visit when searching to getaway. Spend some time on the beautiful beaches, shopping, and exploring all that this beautiful place has to offer. Florida fishing is a fantastic way to get in the outdoors. The exotic peacock bass roams free in Miami, FL and you can have a blast catching them. Enjoy a honeymoon fishing charter on your next visit to Florida!
Whether you are on a honeymoon or are looking to just spend some quality time with your loved one, fishing is a great option. As you will see, the exotic species is a fun fish to catch. Big or small, they put up a fight that will keep you wanting more. Our local experts are essential in achieving your exotic dreams. These fish are sensitive and difficult to catch. Your guide will be able to get you on the fish of a lifetime, you just have to be patient.
Patience is the game when it comes to fishing. Captain Robert Miley is one of the BEST peacock bass fishing guides in Florida. If there is anyone that is going to get you on a giant peacock bass, this is your man!
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Derrick and Marie were traveling to South Florida on their honeymoon. After spending some time in this beautiful destination, they wanted to spend some additional quality time on the water. They were traveling from Virginia and never caught an exotic species before. Miami’s Airport Lakes was a great first destination to do so!
The action started out slow but as the heat picked up so did the fishing. Summertime fishing can get hot but if you can bear the heat, the rod will start bending. That is exactly what happened for Derrick and Marie. It was right around 12 PM that the bite picked up.
These honeymooners caught a mixed bag of cichlids, peacock bass, largemouth bass, and jaguar guapote. It is in these catches that you truly get to realize the power of South Florida fishing.
You can stay busy all trip long catching numbers of different fish. Marie and Derrick had a blast putting fish in the boat with some beautiful and quality peacock bass.
Captain Miley is looking forward to showing this awesome couple another great trip and adventure on their next visit!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Miley was back out on the water. This time, he had the pleasure of fishing with Avery and Dominick on a 6-hour fishing charter. They were traveling from Dallas, Texas looking to catch some peacock bass. Captain Miley took them on an adventure through the Aerojet Canal System.
The action was steady all trip long with several nice peacock bass to the boat. Avery and his friend Dominick did not catch any giant peacock bass but never got bored from the action. Most of their fish were in the 1-2 pound range with the biggest weighing in at 3 pounds. They also caught Mayan Cichlids that were in full force.
When the action gets finicky, the best method to catch peacock bass is on live bait. You can also enjoy a day catching them on artificial lures but it gets harder if you are not an experienced angler. Captain Miley will get you on the fish either way.
Avery and Dominick had a great time catching peacock bass on this fishing trip. The weather was hot and the bass love it. It is the time of year that the bass move up on the flats making them even harder to catch. All-in-all, these guys had a great time catching peacock bass on this fishing charter.
Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure in the near future!
Don’t miss out on your adventure in South Florida. The peacock bass fishing is only going to get better as the warm months roll on. The latter part of the year also holds some incredible fishing as the peacock bass begin to spawn. Big bass and knuckleheads characterize this time of year. Miami, FL is a prime destination to catch a peacock bass in the United States. We hope one day you get to experience this and we see you on the water!
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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.