South Florida is a gorgeous place to visit and travel too. There are so many options that come about and are available that can really help you see this beautiful place in a different perspective. Getting into the outdoors is a must. When traveling to South Florida, grab your loved ones and get some fresh air and sun on your face. One amazing way to do that is Florida bass fishing. October peacock bass fishing has been fantastic and will only continue to get better!
October will be a great month for peacock bass fishing. Cooler air temperatures slowly start to drop the water temperatures. When this occurs and the optimal temperatures hit, the peacock bass will begin to spawn. During the spawning process, sight-fishing for peacock bass begins. It brings about a whole new experience to you. Don’t worry, all the bass are caught and release right back where they came from. We believe in the conservation and protection of our fisheries.
Having success on the water comes down to one thing: experience. Experience and time on the water are the crucial aspects that allow you to enjoy bass fishing. Luckily, we have gathered some of the most experienced and local fishing captains that can get you on the bass fast. When you embark on a peacock bass fishing trip with our local experts, they take care of everything for you. Years of experience have led them to show clients and travelers a great time on the water.
Check out this Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Report:
Julie and Don Shafer were traveling to South Florida to catch peacock bass. Every year, they travel to Miami, FL to explore what the bass fishing has to offer. Captain Robert Miley has the pleasure of fishing with them out on Miami Airport Lakes or Blue Lagoon. They were traveling from Texas to exclusively fish for peacock bass.
Unfortunately, the fishing conditions were not as we hoped. Winds were blowing 25 mph making canal and lake fishing quite difficult. Overcast and rainy skies as well made for a slower bite. See, most anglers would not even go fishing in these conditions.
When you explore these conditions and waters with a local expert, they adjust and get you on fish in any conditions. Most would give up when conditions get tough but those that can stick it out will gain more knowledge and have the most success on the water.
Don and Julie caught low numbers of fish but they were all quality bass. The two biggest fish were 5 pounds each. On this fishing trip, the bite was much lighter than normal. You had to be more attuned with the bite to have success. Captain Miley guided them to land some beautiful fish.
Don and Julie had a fantastic time fishing here in Miami, FL. Captain Robert Miley is looking forward to seeing them again next year!
Fishing With Captain Wayne Fellows:
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Wayne Fellows explored the waters of Palm Beach County, FL. Kristi, her son Owen, and his friend Ale came out to fish at Markham Park. The whole trip was planned around the boys going fishing. Captain Wayne had the pleasure to be apart of it.
Owen and Ale had a blast catching a lot of fish. Markham Park is a neat place to go explore, especially for the younger generation. You can catch peacock bass, snakeheads, largemouth bass and so much more. This trip was not about how many fish they caught but about what they learned.
The most impactful days on the water for Captains and guides are the days’ anglers learn tips. Captains really enjoy sharing what they love to do with the people on their boat. Owen and Ale had a great time fishing and learned a lot about South Florida fishing. They will apply these techniques back to their home waters.
“It’s not always about who caught the biggest or the most but more importantly about making customers happy and kids smile.” – Capt Wayne Fellows
This is the truest of all things. Our local experts thrive to show a great experience that you will remember for a lifetime. This trip was most certainly one of them. Kristi, Owen, and Ale all had a great time fishing with Captain Wayne. We know Captain Wayne is looking forward to getting back out on the water with them again in the near future!!
Catch Yours TODAY!
October is going to bring about even better fishing. Stay tuned and updated on what the action will bring. If you are starting to plan your Holiday vacation, now is the time to book that outdoor adventure. Florida bass fishing is by far the best way to do that. Our local experts will provide you with exceptional fishing experience. We hope to see you on the water next time!
South Florida is a beautiful destination. You have endless outdoor activities you can partake in from the sunny beaches to the urban canals. If you love the outdoors and are looking for a way to experience them, South Florida bass fishing is a great option. Markham Park is filled with excellent species to catch all year long. Hop on board for our total beginner fishing charters on your next visit to Florida.
If you are looking to learn more about bass fishing, our local experts are the way to go. We take our time to teach you new techniques and methods to catch fish. When you leave our fishing charters, you will feel like you have learned something that you can apply where you love to fish. Our experts have years of experience working with all ages and levels of ability. We are here to help and show you a great time!
Markham Park in South Florida is a great place to visit. One of the many reasons is that it has multiple different species you can catch. The top species to catch at this destination is the exotic peacock bass. You can also catch snakeheads, largemouth bass, and every cichlid in Florida. It is the perfect place to bring your child or beginner anglers.
Here is an update on how the fishing has been:
Captain Joe Gruny had the pleasure of fishing with Sheila. Sheila was traveling from Miami, FL looking to experience fishing in Fort Lauderdale. She was a total beginner looking to learn and catch her bucket list species. The peacock bass has been a species she has always wanted to go after. Luckily, South Florida is thriving with this hard-fighting species.
Markham Park produced big time for Sheila. She was able to land a peacock bass on her first cast. After catching several more peacock bass, the action continued. Sheila had a blast catching snakeheads, oscars, and cichlids as well. It is always nice to accomplish everything you were expecting and more when embarking on a fishing adventure.
Captain Joe is looking forward to fishing with Sheila again for larger peacock bass in Miami!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Joe was back out on the water. This time, he had the pleasure of fishing with Dean and Michelle. They were traveling from Orlando on vacation and wanted to get in some bass fishing. The exotic peacock bass was on their bucket list as well.
Luckily, they came to a very lively fishery. The peacock bass did not let anyone down on this fishing trip. From their first cast to their last one, the fish were biting. Dean and Michelle enjoyed catching 23 peacock bass, 12 mayan cichlids, and 2 soft-shell turtles. It was neat for them to be able to catch this wide variety of species right here in South Florida.
Dean and Michelle had an awesome time fishing at Markham Park. Captain Joe is looking forward to fishing with them again soon!
South Florida is a great summertime fishery. If you can get out early in the morning, you can have a great shot catching a lot of great fish. Bring your rain gear as you never know when the next shower will approach. Whether you want to catch bass or cichlids, South Florida is the place to visit. Our local experts can get you on the fish all trip long. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
Captain Brett Isackson reporting from Markham Park chasing after Snakehead
Hello there, this is Captain Brett Isackson reporting from Markham Park today where we were chasing after Snakeheads.
Today we were using top-water frogs and spinnerbaits. We had 7 blow up total in just under four hours, and we ended up landing one. Congratulations to Zien for catching that one Snakehead that they will be taking home today and eating.
Saturday and Sunday the Bass Online Pro Team got to take WNZF Flager County Radio Station with Terry Turner from Trackside.
Capt Brett took Terry Largemouth bass fishing in the Everglades and later that day Asian snake head. Capt Roger the next day took Terry the private peacock pits.
Captain Tim Nichols onboard with Daniel Gritzer and crew from Food & Wine for snakehead fishing in Fort Lauderdale. They are filming for upcoming show and articles about how great eating the Asian Snake-head fish is, stay tuned as they give you the recipe for there NOW famous Snake-head Tacos!
Airing and publish article dates expected in March 2012.
Richard and Jay from Orlando are my number one Snakehead Anglers.
Florida snakehead is the most recent addition to Florida’s list of reproducing exotic fishes, scientists report. “However, it’s far too early to know or even speculate on what effects the presence of this snakehead will have on our fisherys, but in the mean it is a great sport fish to have fun with. Snakeheads are extremely aggressive and ones in Florida species got to Florida by a illegal introduction of exotics in the first place, it is really the only viable tactic along with educating anglers, aquarists, and others about the illegality of dumping and/or transferring exotic fish from one water body to another. Snakeheads are in fresh water and are contained in Florida’s numerous lakes, streams, rivers, canals, and impoundments.
Till next time tight lines and good fishing….
From Staff Writer Capt. Brett Isackson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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