Home Builders Bass Fishing
Are you exploring and visiting Florida in the near future? Are you in search of an outdoor experience worthwhile? Miami, Florida is home to some of the best bass fishing in the state. When you visit, you can have a day filled with a variety of species. Peacock bass is the predominant species that will give you a fight you will remember. Join us on a homebuilders bass fishing adventure for exotic species.
One of the keys to catching a number of fish in Florida is a local expert. They know where, when, and most importantly how to catch the targeted species. Years of experience on the water have led them to have incredibly productive days. These are the guides and professionals you want to fish with. Fishing may be fishing but our experts show you the best time on the water.
Here is your Miami Bass Fishing Update:
Captain Joe Gruny had the pleasure of fishing with Dave and Marcus. These gentlemen were traveling from New York and were looking to get in the outdoors. While in search, they came across freshwater bass fishing for peacock bass. Miami’s Airport Lakes was the perfect match for them and close to where they were staying.
Dave and Marcus got in a quick 4-hour fishing trip landing quality numbers of species. They caught 11 peacock bass, 1 freshwater Snook, and 3 Cichlids. These pure New Yorkers really enjoyed spending time on the water here in Miami. It was a different way to soak up some sun.
Captain Joe is looking forward to their next fishing adventure in the near future!
Just shortly after this awesome fishing trip, Captain Robert Miley explored the waters of Miami’s Airport Lakes. He had the pleasure of fishing with Kenny and his buddy Travis. They were visiting Miami, FL on vacation as they needed a break from homebuilding. While down here from New Hampshire, they wanted to get on the water and go fishing.
Captain Bob took them out on an 8-hour fishing adventure. The fishing was fantastic and the weather was warm. Kenny and Travis caught a lot of peacock bass on this fishing trip. Most were in the range of 2-3.5 pounds. They also caught a freshwater Snook, which was an added bonus. Travis caught the Snook on an artificial jerk bait. It was an awesome day on the water.
Conditions are warming up and the bass is biting strong. The warmer the better for peacock bass. If you are looking for a great day on the water, now is the time to come!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Bob was back out on the water. He had the pleasure of fishing with long-time repeat clients, Sandy, and his golfing buddy Vito. Generally, they do a lot of golfing together but also spend some great days on the water. They ventured out on Airport Lakes in search for exotic peacock bass.
Windy conditions stacked the peacock bass in key locations. Once the wind died down, the bass began to bite. Sandy and Vito landed over 20 peacock bass in their quick fishing trip. Most of the fish weighed between 2-3 pounds. The biggest two came in at 5 pounds, making for a great day on the water!
Captain Bob always looks forward to fishing with these gentlemen and will see them in the near future!
Don’t miss out on your fishing adventure next time you are visiting South Florida. The bass is biting and the fishing is only going to get better. Our local experts are on them and will continue to locate fish getting ready for your fishing trip. Big bass can be caught this time of year and your opportunity is only one click away. We look forward to seeing you on the water in the near future!
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