New Jersey Marine Officer Fishing Peacock Bass

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New Jersey Marine Officer Fishing Peacock Bass

Hey Good Afternoon guys, today’s Tuesday the 9th of September.
I’m calling to give you heads up what happened today on the water. I got Mr. Louis Rodriguez today with me,  Mr. Louis is from New Jersey he’s a Marine Officer from for the Army Forces of the United States. We had a Peacock bass trip today, he was looking forward to having a good day today and well, it happen!

We went out today and the weather cooperated pretty good, and let me tell you guys. The had a massive, massive amount of Peacock Bass today, the caught them for hours. The fishing or body of water we use today was the Falls, the water quality was a bit dirty or a little stained. Because over the last few weeks we have had a lot of rain and are expecting a lot of rain. But the fishing still cooperated a lot, we started the morning we went to the spot that I really like. The fish were schooling all over the place, we were catching fish back to back on that spot. Then things slowed down a bit and then we went to a couple of different areas it then nothing happens. Then all of sudden, almost at the  end of trip. I pulled off to one of my favorite spots at the Falls, and we ended up catching a (4-1/2lb) four and a half and a (5lb) five-pound Peacock bass off the bed. The fight of those fish was in-creditable!

Well guys, thanks for listening to this report, tight lines. Stay in touch, looking forward to see you down here in Florida again!

Thank you Mr. Louis, it was my pleasure to meet you. Capt Roger Gonzalez…tight lines![/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]


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