First Peacock Bass Trip in Palm Beach County, Florida

First Peacock Bass Trip

Palm Beach is a nice location to experience your First Peacock Bass Trip. Lake Ida holds some excellent waters for a variety of exotic species. Next time you are visiting, get out on this beautiful chain of lakes.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Darin and Melody. They really wanted to come to catch their first peacock bass and we made it happen.

Conditions made the bite slower than we would have liked to start. Once the clouds disappeared, the action picked up. You really can’t beat this excellent fishing once it turns on.

Once it turned on, it was cast after cast that yielded several-quality fish weighing up to 3 pounds. They were amazed at how hard the Florida Peacock Bass fight.

Darin and Melody had an exciting day out on the water in Palm Beach County. They are looking forward to fishing with us again and I am looking forward to creating more memories, one fish at a time.

Come Catch Yours with Captain Mike Groshon on Lake Ida.

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Captain Mike Groshon was raised in Northern Virginia, he grew up fishing lakes and rivers in Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia then like most headed south for warmer weather and bigger fish!
Among playing music and racing cars, Mike always had a love for fishing. Mike is married with two children and a real all-around nice guy. He and his family moved to Florida to follow Mike’s dream of becoming a fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee.
Mike is sponsored by Columbia, Bass Assassin Lures, Abu Garcia, Fitzgerald Rods. To go fishing with Capt Mike click here!

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