Holiday Park Bass Fishing
When it comes to Florida Bass Fishing, the Everglades has all there is to offer. You can get out on the water into the vast canal systems that produce an excellent bite. While you are on the water you will be able to see all the Florida has to offer. Summer Holiday Park Bass Fishing is what you need next time visiting South Florida.
Holiday Park is part of the Florida Everglades. If you are looking to experience the vast alligators from a safe fishing vessel, we have you covered. Cruise down the long stretches of canals and catch bass while checking out the alligators sunning on the bank. As you travel to your first fishing spot make sure to take out your camera and record the birds and wildlife flying above.
Captain Robert Miley is one of our local South Florida experts on catching largemouth bass. The Everglades is a place he has spent years learning and discovering. When you want to explore Summer Holiday Park Bass Fishing, you have to get out with Captain Bob.
Captain Bob had the pleasure of fishing with Jessica and Lee. They wanted to come out and explore what Florida bass fishing was all about. Holiday Park was a great location to do this and to experience bass fishing for all its glory. They adventured out on a 6 hour bass fishing trip in search for some quality fish.
Conditions were beautiful on this summer day. Water temperatures were at 80 degrees and the air was at a hot 95 degrees at the peak of our fishing trip. During the summer months, the current can be very strong. Water Management moves water through the system in order to keep water flowing through the state.
The Everglades still gives you plenty of spots to go in and catch a bass. Jessica and Lee caught 10 quality largemouth bass weighing up to 4 pounds. Most of the fish were caught in the cuts but the fishing was not the same as it used to be. When the water is low, you can have much greater success.
This was a very unique fishing trip in the Everglades. As the summer rains continue, the water will rise pushing all the fish back into the flats. When this happens and you go out fishing in the Everglades make sure you be patience and take your time.
Jessica and Lee will be back for more action and had a great time fishing with Captain Miley. We look forward to fishing with them again in the future. Don’t miss out on your adventure to catch the largemouth bass of your dreams right here in South Florida. We have a variety of destinations that can satisfy your bass fishing needs.
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[fusion_text] About Capt Robert Miley started bass fishing in the Florida 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 Miley has been fishing professionally on the B.A.S.S. Eastern Division, for the past 7 years. He also is the Bass Pro Shops Pro Staff representative for South Florida. Versatile in that he fishes for Peacock bass as well as trophy largemouth on Lake Okeechobee.