Palm Beach Fishing Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 1 reviews
WELCOME TO PALM BEACH FLORIDA
Palm Beach is famous for its shopping, culture, beaches, big events and fine dining. From shopping on Worth Avenue, to connecting with a Cruises out of Palm Beach Port. Not known by many, Palm Beach is recognized for having some of the greatest fishing in the world and yes, it does have great saltwater fishing. But the Palm Beach nature adventures can only be done in the freshwater…while fishing side by side with the alligators and birds just minutes from shopping downtown. The Palm Beach climate allows for year round fishing for several great species which including largemouth bass, Crappie (Speck) and Peacock bass just minutes from the Palm Beach airport and downtown.
What you might not know, Palm Beach also the destination of Florida’s largest and most famous body of water Lake Okeechobee. Many forget about the spectacular freshwater fishing in Palm Beach, so while your friends are out cruising around in the ocean getting Sea-sick only catching two or three fish, you will be enjoying the sights and sounds of Florida wildlife and catching lots of fish!
When fishing Lake Ida there is good opportunity for anglers to catch Peacock Bass, Largemouth bass, Sunshine Bass and even Clownknife Fish. Lake Ida is based in a County Park, and has a dog park, picnic area as well as very nice restroom facilities.
The fishery is made up of Lakes and Canals, the lakes as well as the canal intersections and culverts are generally productive areas for catching most species of fish. Shoreline vegetation, rip-rap areas, and shady areas associated with bridges and culverts also provide excellent places to fish. Lake Ida is about 36o-acre lake connected to other lakes by a canal system. Aquatic vegetation consists of cattail, spatterdock, and hydrilla. The fish are attracted by the large amounts of bait in the system.
Peacock Bass Fishing in the “Urban Canals” Are you ready for a superb South American fishing experience, without having to travel there? A chance to catch a hard-fighting, butterfly peacock bass? How about if you can do it without leaving Florida and just a stones throw from the beaches of Palm Beach? Our Peacock Bass Fishing Guides will take you on an urban fishing trip you won’t forget in the South Florida area Lakes and Canals. The Peacock Bass have flourished in these urban canals and lakes over the last 20 years and all of this great fishing is just a minutes from almost anywhere in Palm Beach Florida.
We specialize in just Peacock Bass. Our Guides are the most experienced and simply the best that fish for the Florida Peacock Bass. Our crew at Bassonline.com will gladly assist you in planning your next Florida fishing trip that’s guaranteed to create a lifetime of memories! Read about the hard fighting Florida Peacock bass below, then drop us an email or give us a call with any questions you may have. We take Pride in making sure that you will have a wonderful Palm Beach Fishing Trip. [MORE LAKE OSBORNE…] or reserve below…
Lake Okeechobee is the most “famous big bass lake” in the world, well-known for the quantity and quality of bass the lake produces on a regular basis. The lake is located in Palm Beach County, it is only 30 to 50 minutes away depending on your location. It’s a very popular choice for customers visiting Palm Beach anytime of the year. The reputation on Lake Okeechobee has continued for many years as producing the biggest and best large-mouth bass fishing in Central Florida. On Okeechobee the two primary ways to fish are with artificial lures or wild shiners. Bass fishing on the “Big O” with wild shiners is the preferred bait for many anglers for trophy bass. It just happens to be the natural food that they feed on daily. Wild Shiner fishing became very popular many years ago when anglers fishing Okeechobee for largemouth bass would see there feeding habits. It has become the increasingly popular choice because once you’ve experienced this style of fishing you’ll quickly recognized that it’s much more than just sitting and watching bobbers. We have a special kind of tackle and a secret way of hooking and rigging shiners that we will share with only you…
Like some of you, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Lake Okeechobee with artificial, you will have the choice of spinning rods, baitcasting rods or fly fishing equipment. Flipping and pitching on Okeechobee is always real popular, it’s always a great lake for topwater lures do to its shallow depths. We are open to any techniques you’re interested in learning about, just let us know. MORE OKEECHOBEE…or reserve below…
Lake Okeechobee is the most “famous big bass lake” in the world, well-known for the quantity and quality of bass the lake produces on a regular basis. While the Northend of the lake is not located in Palm Beach, City of Okeechobee is only located 30 to 60 minutes away from North Palm Beach and is a very popular choice for customers traveling from Fort Pierce, Port St Lucie and Jupiter as well. The reputation on Lake Okeechobee has continued for many years as producing the biggest and best large-mouth bass fishing in Central Florida. On Okeechobee the two primary ways to fish are with artificial lures or wild shiners. Bass fishing on the “Big O” with wild shiners is the preferred bait for many anglers for trophy bass. It just happens to be the natural food that they feed on daily. Wild Shiner fishing became very popular many years ago when anglers fishing Okeechobee for largemouth bass would see there feeding habits. It has become the increasingly popular choice because once you’ve experienced this style of fishing you’ll quickly recognized that it’s much more than just sitting and watching bobbers. We have a special kind of tackle and a secret way of hooking and rigging shiners.
Like some of you, we also prefer to fish with artificial lures as much as possible. When fishing Lake Okeechobee with artificial, you will have the choice of spinning, baitcasting or fly fishing. flipping and pitching on Okeechobee is always real popular, it’s always a great lake for topwater plugs do to its shallow depths. We are open to any techniques you’re interested in learning about, just let us know. MORE OKEECHOBEE…or reserve below…
Visit the Everglades @ Holey land and or Loxahatchee Refuge in the Florida Everglades and witness nature’s wonders all around you while fishing. The river of grass will amaze you as we drive our late-model bass boats to the fishing destination. It’s a thrill plus very educational. Stay confident this is not just another airboat tour, it’s an experience that you get to explore the Florida Everglades and catch bass all in one!
Home to hundreds of Everglades creatures and watery wildflowers. The Everglades is the perfect place for both entertainment and learning. Explore a forest of unspoiled wonders at the Everglades and see for yourself what makes the wetlands so wildly wonderful. The Everglades is an attraction in Palm Beach not to be missed, the hidden secrets of nature’s own will develop your curiosity as you explore Everglades and Loxahatchee Refuge in Palm Beach County. Come out, explore and let’s go fishin!
“Catching all those peacock bass with Capt Dave was one of the most fun days of my life!! It was a unique experience to go fishing on a real bass boat and fish all morning. It couldn’t have been any more fun!! Thanks Dave”
Capt. Dave Lauer is a full-time South Florida bass fishing guides, specializing on Florida Peacock bass in Palm Beach and largemouth bass fishing in the Everglades. Live-bait or artificial, Dave can teach you both of them. Dave’s specialty is Lake Okeechobee and going way back into the flats with big shiners hunting trophy size bass, does that sound like fun or what! You can also read Capt. Dave fishing reports every morning giving his latest fishing tips. Your trip with Dave is guaranteed to be a fun trip, so do not ask for Dave unless you’re interested in a good time. [Read More…]
Captain Brett Isackson Capt. Brett Isackson is a full-time Palm Beach fishing guide, specializing on Palm Beach Peacock bass and largemouth bass in Lake Ida, and largemouth in the Everglades and on Lake Okeechobee and has been known to be vary versatile, live-bait or artificial he can catch them. No trip is too long and there’s always more fish to be caught, that’s his motto. Brett’s energetic and can be heard on our bass fishing reports every week giving his latest fishing report for the Southeast Region of Florida. [Read More…]
Captain Mark Shepard is a full-time guide and professional anglers. Experience includes BassMaster, FLW Tours, Everstart, BFL tournaments and many others. Mark’s accomplishments in the fishing industry a mile long including a Everstart WIN on Lake Eufaula. Mark is originally from Florida, moved to Ohio to sharpen him northern skills and moved back to Florida years ago to master guiding on world-famous Lake Okeechobee. Mark is sponsored by:Jolly Roger Marina, Zoom, Shimano, Cabin Creek Baits, Mercury Marine, Power Pole and BassOnLine.com. Mark’s our lead guide on the “Big O” Lake Okeechobee, he has also become a master of the Everglades [Read More…]
Capt. Tony Masiello is a full-time South Florida bass fishing guides, specializing on Florida Peacock bass in Palm Beach for largemouth bass fishing in the Everglades. Live-bait or artificial, Tony can teach you both of them. Tony’s specialty is going way back into the Everglades flats and fishing top-water all day, does that sound like fun or what! You can also read Capt. Tony Everglades fishing reports every morning giving his latest fishing tips. Your trip with Tony is guaranteed to be a fun trip, so do not ask for Tony unless you’re interested in a good time. [Read More…]
Capt Bob Miley started bass fishing in 1969, in the 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 started the fishing club called the Homestead Ambassadors in 1974, which was B.A.S.S. affiliated at the time. He also belongs to Trail Glades BassMasters, of Miami, where he am still a current member. Robert also belongs to S.A.F.E.R., South Florida Anglers for Everglades Restoration. Robert Miley has been fishing professionally on the B.A.S.S. Eastern Division, for the past 7 years. He also has been working with several Rep Groups over the past 6 years, and travels to almost all of the Bass Pro Shops…[Read More…]
Capt Mike Groshon is a local bass fishing professional. Experience includes BFL tournaments and many other local tournaments. Including being one of the best Peacock bass guides on Lake Osborne and Lake Ida. Capt Mike is a Palm Beach Florida bass fishing guides and is well versed all types and styles of fishing, one of his favorites is frog fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Ask him about it, you would never guess there could be so many options. Mike guides in the Everglades and Okeechobee, but really excels at Peacock bass in Palm Beach area! [Read More…]
Captain Doug Jansen joins BassOnline after relocating to Florida from Louisville, Kentucky. As a native Kentuckian, Doug owned a successful family business for over 35 years and was lucky enough to retire early and fish full-time. Captain Doug’s passion for fishing began at an early age fishing Lakes Barkley, Kentucky, Barren and Taylorsville and competing in tournaments statewide. Captain Doug began fishing Lake Okeechobee in the early 1990s and hasn’t missed a season since. Although Captain Doug customarily spent most of his time on Lake Okeechobee, he has recently expanded his guiding to include Lake Ida for Peacock Bass, and the Everglades for Large Mouth Bass. [Read More…]
Palm Beach is home to a wide variety of beautiful fish species. When fishing sunny South Florida in and around Pam Beach we all know the deep sea fishing in Palm Beach is excellent year round and you can expect almost everything. But hold on, the Palm Beach freshwater fishing has its share of exciting species as well. Home of the trophy bass on Lake Okeechobee, quoted as the #1 bass fishing in Florida. And while the local area has its share of trophy bass fishing lakes it have several other species that may peak you interest. Palm Beach fishing trips are also the home to hard fighting Peacock bass brought hear from South American & much more.
There isn’t any place in the world to match the opportunity and with measured accomplishments for anglers then when Palm Beach fishing. It maybe the land of beaches, great food and nightlife but the fishing it what keeps people coming back.