Keith from Boca Raton Florida Fishing Lake Ida

Fishing with Keith from Boca Raton Florida

Hi there, this is Captain Brett Isackson with yet another great fishing report from Lake Ida

We had a short (4) four-hour day today with Jeff and his friend Keith from Boca Raton Florida. They want to specifically chase some Peacock bass, so I had them meet me at Lake Ida which was real close to their location. We caught (22) twenty-two peacock bass on live bait. We had to bounce around a lot today from finger canal to finger canal to get the bites.

It ended up being a real product day with a lot of in the (2 lb) two to (3 lb) three-pound range. If you ever caught one this size can be one the funnest and most hard fighting of them all. A steady action going all day, not counting the big ones we missed. I know next time they will do better!

Tight lines from Captain Brett Isackson.

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