Largemouth & Peacock Bass Fishing Golden Gate Canals

Largemouth & Peacock Bass Fishing Golden Gate Canals

Hi, this is Captain Mark Rose, and today We were fishing at the Golden gate canal.

Here is your Largemouth & Peacock Bass Fishing Golden Gate Canals report. I was pleased to go fishing today with Redford White and his grandson Dustin. This will be their first-time peacock bass fishing.

The weather was not the best, but we made the best of it. Heavy winds rolled in, which was expected, almost reaching up to 35-40 mph. The best part was we were supposed to fish Okeechobee. I decided to change the spot because I knew the winds would be much worse on the Lake.

With that switch, we had an exciting day on the water. We caught a lot of fish. Right around 60 fish between peacocks and largemouths. Ran through 6 dozen small domestic shiners. That is what we use to catch these peacocks and largemouths; they love them. It was an actual fishing frenzy!

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Most peacocks are holding in the 7-9 foot depth range with a water temperature of about 74 degrees. The biggest largemouth and peacock bass fishing Golden Gate Canals are rights around 4 pounds.

We had lots of great action over the day. When it gets warmer, the top water bite will go off.

If you need anything fishing, go to BassOnline.com, and we can get you taken care of. Thanks. Bye.

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Capt. Mark Rose hometown is Pittsburgh, PA. Mark has been Peacock Bass Fishing Golden Gate Canals and Lake Okeechobee since 1999. He fishes Lake Erie in the spring for smallmouth. He runs a detail shop in his hometown during the summer, spring, and fall and heads to Florida during the winter months to do what he loves, guide on Lake Okeechobee.


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