When you are traveling to Florida, keep an open mind on how you spend your time in the outdoors. South Florida is home to many amazing attractions you can partake in. Fishing Clown Knifefish is most certainly one of them.
I had the pleasure of fishing with great clients on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. Palm Beach County is the perfect location to catch a variety of species. Inner City Fishing is highly exciting.
We had a great day out on the water. My clients were excited to catch 4 Clown knife fish, 15 peacock bass, and a bunch of largemouth bass. It is always enjoyable to watch the customer catch a clown.
We love going out on successful fishing trips. Nothing beats a great day on the water and catching quality bass and exotic species. Don’t miss out on your adventure next time traveling to Florida.
Hey, this is Capt Brett with yet another Lake Okeechobee fishing report.
I was out on World famous Lake Okeechobee with Rod Squire from Ontario Canada. We throw artificial lures all day, his biggest fish for the day was a bass weighting (6lbs – 2oz) six pounds two ounces. We landed about (15) fifteen largemouth bass, the sizes were anywhere from one to four pounds.
The pattern today on the lake was swimming Bass Assassin Die Dappers, although we were swimming them down deeper than usual which provoked a lot of the strikes. The fish today just did not want to come up for the bait, but when you did get bit it was a good one.
The action was steady all day, but the fish seem to be moving in shallow for the winter and their spawn already.
Capt. Brett Isackson is a full-time South Florida fishing guide, specializing in Miami Peacock bass and large-mouth bass in the Everglades and on Lake Okeechobee and has been known to be very versatile, live-bait, or artificial he can catch them. Bluegill, Crappie & Snakehead can catch it. No trip is to long and there’s always more fish to be caught, that’s his motto.
Artificial Lures, Senko style Baits and Wacky Rigged
Hi there, this is Captain Brett Isackson doing your daily fish report for Bass Online.
Today, I had a long-time repeat customer Steve Triplet out with his buddies. We went for a (6) six-hour day out in the Everglades. Let me tell you something, we had an awesome day out here. We caught over (15) fifteen Peacock bass and over (20) twenty large-bass between (3) three and (5) five pounds, it was surprising to find the Peacocks out here so thick.
A lot of stuff we did was on artificial lures, Senko style baits, and Wacky rigged worked down deep on a flipper head Shaky head weight. Working them down on the secondary ledge to catch some of these fish. The peacock bass were all caught off top-water lure and jerk-bait we were swimming.
Learning the Fundamentals of how to Fish with Artificial Lures with Capt Brett
Hi, this is Captain Brett Isackson with your daily fishing report for Bass Online today I worked in the Everglades.
I did a short (4) four-hour day with repeat customers of mine. We threw artificial baits, caught up to about (13) thirteen or (14) fourteen fish in a four-hour period. All between (2) two and (4) four pounds, everything was caught on artificial.
We spent basically the day learning the fundamentals of how to fish with artificial lures. This is the first time these guys have experienced it, usually, they like to use live-bait and today they wanted to do it all artificial. We caught everything on skinny dippers, to Die Dappers , wacky worm fishing to even throwing out a big monster worm.
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.
At the end of June, I on board with John Schnetzer on a two-day Bass Fishing Adventure. John’s first day was really great for challenging peacocks bass in Miami. The Peacock bass are the toughest freshwater species in the world, but John caught over eighteen fish & few peacocks were six and a half pounds. We moved around a lot and caught fish in all over Airport Lake.
Day two largemouth in the Everglades, nothing is like the action and abundant of wildlife here. John I met him in the morning at his hotel and headed out to the Everglades we ran for a little while to a ledge that a friend told me about. We worked the bottom ledge and managed to catch a few nice fish. In the afternoon the bite shut off, so we moved to another canal system and used frogs for top water action that produced what Bass fishing addicts love the thrill. Largemouth bass fishing is challenging, the fish has personality, it’s aggressive & intense. The most want species of freshwater fish when it comes to sport fishing.
It was a great time with John and looking forward to seeing him next year.
Till next time tight lines and good fishing…. From Staff Writer Capt. Brett Isackson ([email protected]) BassOnline.com / 888-829-BASS
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