Bass Assassin Artificial Everglades Holiday Park Bass Fishing

Everglades Holiday Park Bass Fishing

This is Capt Wayne with your Everglades Bass Fishing report.

Everglades Holiday Park Bass Fishing has been picking back up as the months get warmer. The bass population has been thriving with numbers and quality.

Today, I had the pleasure to fish with Bill and Dave. Both gentlemen brought in a ton of numbers. Most of the catches were in the range of a pound to 4 pounds.

We used mostly artificial baits, using the Bass Assassin “Logger Toad” to cover water and entice a big bite.

Using live bait occasionally, we did catch some bass and the Oscars were biting too. We had a great day out on the water and I am looking forward to fishing with them again.

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I was born and raised in South Florida. Started fishing at the age of 4 years old and catching my first fish at 5 (a 10 lb grouper). Like most people I’ve had some real ups and downs in my life but my love for fishing and being on the water has always played a major role in my life. Whether it’s trolling miles offshore or bottom fishing on the reef I enjoy sharing my knowledge, my passion and the experience of fishing with others. We will do everything in our power to make this the best adventure your and your party will ever experience.

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