Everglades Canal Fishing Charters
You’re flying into South Florida weather on the west or east coast. Finally, you get to enjoy the tank top weather and flip-flops. Vacation is here and your resort is a short distance from the airport that you fly into. After settling in and enjoying several days on the beach, one question pops up. What else can we experience? Freshwater fishing is your answer while Everglades canal fishing charters with our local experts.
Bass fishing in Florida often gets overlooked. Most travelers are not aware of what they can experience right around the corner. The Florida Everglades is one of the most breathtaking fisheries to explore. You will never have a dull moment and will always have something to look at. Luckily, you will also get the opportunity to catch more bass than you can handle.
Everglades Bass Fishing is getting hot. Now through June are going to be the best times to come catch largemouth and peacock bass in the Everglades. The main reason fishing is great during these times is that the water levels start to drop. When this occurs, the fish stack up into the canals makes for easy access and catching.
In order to have the most success when fishing the Everglades, get out on the water with a local expert. These experts have years of experience that have allowed them to dial in on the fish. If you are looking to learn and get on some fish, the Everglades is the best place. Pick your captain and expert brain to help gain knowledge for yourself. Enjoy catching fish all trip long in this beautiful place!
Check out this Everglades Bass Fishing Report with our Local Experts:
Meet Allan, he brought out his son Derek bass fishing in the Everglades. Captain Mark Rogers had the pleasure of taking them out in the Everglades. The best location to do that was along Alligator Alley at Mile Marker 41. Some of the best moments in time are the ones spent with loved ones in the outdoors. Allan and Derek were looking forward to experiencing all the “River of Grass” had to offer.
It was a great day of fishing with a light breeze of about 10 mph. Not only did the breeze keep the day cool but it helped push the fishing vessel down the canal. Allan and Derek wanted to catch numbers of largemouth bass and peacock bass. The best way to do that would be a mix of live bait and artificial baits.
This father-son duo had a blast catching peacock bass, largemouth bass, and cichlids. Peacock bass generally are caught best using live bait. It is always beneficial to have live bait with you when exploring and adventuring Everglades canal bass fishing. They went through 4 dozen live domestic shiners rather quickly.
After using up the live bait, artificial baits were used to put even more fish in the boat. Artificial Senkos, whether wacky or texas rigged, all styles will produce a great bite. Determine whether they want a slower or faster presentation and have a blast catching fish all trip long.
The water levels are dropping and the bass are getting fired up. Also, water quality is crystal clear, which makes for some great fishing. Clearwater means you will have the ability to sight fish for bass. Once the cooler weather arrives, the bass will begin to get ready to spawn.
Allan and Derek had an awesome time fishing in the Everglades. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting them back out on the water again soon!
Fishing with Captain Wayne Fellows
During the same day, Jeff went out to explore the Florida Everglades. His adventure led him to Everglades Holiday Park. It is a great destination for Everglades canal bass fishing. The endless network of canals and flats makes it a great place to visit and explore. Captain Wayne Fellows had the pleasure of fishing with Jeff.
Meet Jeff, he is a Colorado native that loves to travel to Florida often. When he does, a bass fishing trip is always in the mix. The fishing was fantastic on this fishing trip. There is nothing like getting out into nature with the most gorgeous sunrise lighting up the sky. Take a deep breath and long cast while enjoying that moment in time while visiting Everglades Holiday Park.
The bass was chewing on this fishing trip. Captain Wayne had Jeff throwing topwater baits in the early morning hours. After landing several nice fish in the morning, he switched over to soft plastics. Whether you want to throw a senko or fluke, all of these presentations will help put fish in the boat.
Jeff caught over 50 Florida largemouth bass on this trip. The biggest fish weighed in at 5 pounds 3 ounces, which is a beautiful fish for the Everglades (Main Image). Jeff as always was very satisfied and is looking forward to his next adventure with Captain Wayne.
Each adventure is unique and will provide you with something new every time. Captain Wayne is excited at his next shot at helping Jeff catch an even bigger Florida bass.
Catch Yours Today!
The Everglades is starting to get really good again. Don’t miss out on your adventure to catch Florida largemouth and peacock bass on your next vacation. If you are looking for something fun to do, getting outdoors is a must. You would be surprised at what you can experience and see. It will truly captivate your 5 senses and make you want more. We hope to get the chance to show you around wild South Florida for an adventure you will never forget. Bring your whole family along and never get tired or bored. We hope to see you on the water next time!
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