Field and Stream Filming

Field and Stream Filming

Field and Stream Filming

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The vast network of freshwater canals and lakes in Miami are the only places in the U.S. where anglers can hunt peacock bass outside of the Amazon. The setting is far more urban than jungle, but the tenacity of Florida peacocks rivals those in South America through and through. And as host Joe Cermele finds out, these Miami imports make for one incredible fly fishery.
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Field & Stream’s Hook Shots, Season 4, Ep. 7: Miami-Style Peacock Bass:

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