Miami Airport Lakes Fishing Charter- Peacock Bass

Miami Airport Lakes Fishing Charter

Hello this is Capt Kirk Osborne with my fishing report for Airport Lakes .

Today, I had the pleasure to fish with Wayne and Matthew on a Miami Airport Lakes Fishing Charter. Peacock Bass Fishing has been heating up and is definitely a unique experience.

The bite started off quick, putting a 3 pound peacock in the boat by Wayne. Shortly after, Matthew landed a 4 pounder. Catching a few more, we continued to search for the big peacocks I know live here.

Heading back to Blue Lagoon, Matthew got a good largemouth on top water moving baits. He also caught another 3 pound peacock bass on the same top water bait.

It was definitely a great trip out there and I am looking forward to fishing with them again.

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