March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing Trip in South Florida

March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing Trip in South Florida

March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing

Simply put, if you are looking to catch a trophy Florida peacock bass, Miami is the destination to visit. Almost all year long, you can land some big beautiful exotic fish here in South Florida! The endless beauty of not only the fishing experience but also the destination creates a magical combination of the perfect outdoor adventure. March Trophy Peacock Fishing is one fantastic way to get outdoors and enjoy the South Florida sunshine!

March-Trophy-Peacock-Bass-Fishing-TripMiami, Florida is one of the most unique places to travel to. Whether it is the culture, beaches, nightlife, or outdoor experiences, this destination has it all. Freshwater fishing is a hidden gem most travelers overlook. We are here to be your guide to showing you why we love freshwater fishing here in Miami.

You can’t go wrong with hopping on board with a local expert and allowing him to show you around. When it comes to fishing, especially peacock bass, a local expert is essential. Years of experience and knowledge has allowed them to dial in on the action every day. You are in good hands when going out on a bass fishing trip here in Miami when picking our local experts.

Check out this March Peacock Bass Fishing Update from our local experts:

Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

“I had the pleasure of fishing with Don and his wife Julie, who was a Florida native looking to cash in on some peacock bass. They are repeat clients of mine hoping to explore what Miami had to offer one more time. We adventured out onto Miami’s Airport Lakes and had a blast catching bass all trip long.

It was a quick 4-hour fishing trip in the morning. Cool temperatures had the bite light until the sun came out. After moving around and finding some deeper warm water, Don and Julie started landing some quality peacock bass.

Altogether, they caught 10 peacock bass on live domestic shiners. When it comes to catching peacock bass, live bait is the way to go. We can catch them on artificial baits, but it becomes increasingly more difficult especially when the water cools. The biggest bass weighed about 3 pounds and everyone on board had a great time!

I am looking forward to catching more peacock bass with them in the near future!”

Second trip of this Report:

March-Trophy-Peacock-Bass“What a day on the water for Greg. I had the great opportunity to fish with Greg, who was traveling from Kentucky looking to try his hand at some peacock bass fishing. He owns a Dairy Queen back home and was enjoying the Florida sunshine and vacation here in South Florida.

While doing so, he adventures out on Miami’s Airport Lakes for an awesome peacock bass fishing adventure he will never forget. It was a quick 4-hour bass fishing trip that highlighted the true magnitude of this destination.

Greg was in search of some trophy Florida peacock bass and he got them. He caught 4 peacock bass over 5 pounds, making it an incredible day on the water. It is always nice to come to a destination and get what you are looking for. Greg also landed 10 other fish that were quality and healthy in size.

It was an awesome day of fishing for Greg and one we will both not forget! I am looking forward to fishing with Greg again soon!” – Captain Robert Miley

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One of the great things about all our peacock bass fisheries here in South Florida is that they have deeper water. During the month of March, the weather conditions will vary. Cooler temperatures will push the peacock bass into deeper water and our local experts will know where to find them. Enjoy the warm sunshine though and a day on the water landing these hard-fighting peacock bass.

We hope we get the chance to show you around this amazing fishery here in Miami. March Trophy peacock bass fishing is just getting started. See you on the water next time!

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February Lake Ida Fishing Charters for Florida Peacock Bass

February Lake Ida Fishing Charters for Florida Peacock Bass

February Lake Ida Fishing

Peacock bass are one of the most exciting species to catch in South Florida. A short drive to the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes can provide an urban experience like no other. Every adventure you embark on is unique and tailored to your experience. A February Lake Ida Fishing Charter is all you need for a great day on the water.

Warm sunny weather with light winds has created the perfect match for urban peacock bass fishing. Our local experts will take you on a tour through the endless canals of this beautiful fishery. When embarking on a Lake Ida fishing trip, you will get the chance at catching peacock bass, largemouth bass, and even clown knife fish.

The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is alive and well with some big beautiful fish being caught. Stable South Florida weather has fired the fish up putting them in a feeding frenzy. Enjoy sitting back and enjoying this urban canal system while reeling in hard-fighting exotics.

Check out this February Lake Ida Fishing Report with our Local Experts:

Lake Ida Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

February Lake Ida Fishing 1“I had the pleasure of fishing with Sandy and Jay. They are long-time repeats of mine but also great golfing buddies. Being South Florida natives, getting out fishing on the Lake Ida Chain is one of their past times. The peacock bass fishing has been fantastic this time of year.

After several cooler days here in Delray Beach, the water temperature on the chain dropped to 81 degrees. Fortunately enough that did not stop the bass from biting. Once the sun peeked through the clouds, it was game on.

Sandy and Jay had a blast catching peacock bass all trip long. They caught over 20 bass on this trip with a mix of both peacock and largemouth bass. Most of the bass caught were in the weight range of 4-5 pounds.

Truly can’t beat it when the action is red hot like that. Sandy and Jay had a great time on the water and I am looking forward to seeing them out soon!” – Captain Robert Miley

Fishing with Captain John Larsen on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes

“I had an afternoon fishing trip with some awesome clients, John and Decker. They were traveling from California looking to cash in on some peacock bass here in South Florida. The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes was a great match for them and it was on fire.

When fishing Lake Ida, the target species is always going to be peacock bass. One of the blessings about this fishery is that you can also catch largemouth bass, clown knife fish, cichlids, and tilapia to name a few.  February Lake Ida Fishing 2

John and Decker started out the day catching largemouth bass in the early afternoon hours. As the sun lowered in the sky, the peacock bass started to aggressively bite. They caught about 7-10 largemouth bass, 6 peacock bass, and a handful of cichlids, and a tilapia.

Most of the fish were caught free-lining live baits along with the canal systems. The best tackle to get this job done was using a 10-pound braided line with a 12-pound fluorocarbon leader with a 1/0 owner mosquito hook.

John and Decker had a great time landing fish after fish. I am surely looking forward to our next adventure soon!” – Capt John Larsen

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Now is the time to explore what South Florida is all about. Warm weather has made for truly perfect conditions to get out on the water. Late February has been a productive time to not only go fishing but also enjoy the sunshine here in Florida. Lake Ida is a fantastic fishery for all those looking to explore something magical.

Bring your whole family along for a fishing adventure of a lifetime along with this urban canal system. Our local experts will get you on some quality fish and show you an amazing time. We hope to share an experience with you on your next visit to South Florida!

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February Miami Bass Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Miami Bass Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Miami Bass Fishing

Miami, Florida is home to some of the best outdoor adventures you can experience. Whether you want to go out freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing, Miami is the destination to visit. When it comes to the most affordable adventure for the whole family, freshwater fishing stands out the most. Miami is filled with endless canals and lake systems that hold some exceptional fishing for peacock bass. Enjoy this February Miami Bass Fishing update to show you more what Miami has to offer.

Peacock bass are temperature sensitive. During these cooler months of the year, the bite can be slower but that does not stop the big bass from biting. Every trip you can cash in on the Florida trophy peacock bass which is classified as a 5+ pound peacock bass. Not every trip will yield an exceptional fishing trip like such but if you hit the conditions just right, you can have the trip of a lifetime!

Our local experts are the most fundamental pillars to your success when it comes to catching peacock bass. They are more difficult to catch then we make it seem. Luckily, time on the water and years of knowledge has allowed them to dial in on the action. You are in good hands when looking to come aboard our fishing vessel!

Check out this February Miami Bass Fishing Update to see what you can get yourself into:

Fishing with Captain Robert Miley in Miami, Florida

February Miami Bass Fishing 1“Peacock bass are one amazing species to catch. Cool winter weather can make them difficult to catch but some days can really produce some beautiful fish. I know where the fish are at, it just is a matter of patience and letting the sun warm things up.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Robert and his brother-in-law Rick traveling from Ohio looking to cash in on some peacock bass fishing. While visiting the Lake Placida area in Central Florida, they came down to Miami to crush some exotic species.

Overcast conditions made the fishing conditions tougher than normal. Robert and Rick caught over 8 beautiful peacock bass though weighing up to 5 pounds. Several of the bass weighed in a 3-4 pound range as well.

The fish were on the bottom in deeper and warmer water. We utilized live bait and different techniques to get the bass to come up and eat. You can always find fish but it is not always one right after another.

Robert and Rick had a fantastic time on the water. I am looking forward to seeing them come back to South Florida in search of some more peacock bass fishing action.”

Second trip of the Report:

Airport Lakes fishing is steadily on the rise. The main reason for this is that the water temperatures and air temperatures are rising. When the Florida sun pushes out the cool temps, it really fires up the peacock bass.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Joe and Bill, who were traveling from Indianapolis. They came out on a 6-hour fishing trip in search of Florida peacock bass. We had a fantastic day on the water with a steady bite. Unfortunately, they did not catch any giants but enjoyed the perfect fishing weather.  February Miami Bass Fishing 2

Joe and Bill used live domestic shiners to land over 10 peacock bass. The biggest fish weighed in at 3 pounds. I always enjoy helping clients check off species and catch some quality ones.
The wind was light on this fishing trip making for a great day on the water. As the weather continues to stabilize, the bite will begin to pick up!

I am looking forward to getting Joe and Bill back out on some excellent fishing here in South Florida!” – Captain Robert Miley

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Bass fishing in Miami is only going to get better as the months roll by. The warmer the weather, the better the bass bite. Big peacock bass are starting to be caught and now is the perfect opportunity to cash in on a giant bass. Whether you are a solo traveler or traveling with the family, we can get you on the fish of a lifetime.

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February Airport Lakes Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Airport Lakes Fishing for Florida Peacock Bass

February Airport Lakes Fishing

Warm winter weather down here in South Florida has the peacock bass all fired up. Bass fishing in Miami is a great way to soak up the Florida sun. Take a break from the beaches and saltwater while enjoying an urban peacock bass fishing trip with our local experts. February Airport Lakes Fishing will truly amaze you with some exceptional catches.

Miami’s Airport Lakes is conveniently located within minutes of the international airport. Every trip can really bring you some incredible outdoor experiences. The Florida peacock bass is a hard-fighting exotic species that will amaze you. Bring your whole family along for a fishing adventure of a lifetime.

Our local experts have years of knowledge to help you dial in on the action. Conditions play a large role in whether or not you will have success on the water. Having patience and listening to your local expert is the only way to capitalize on that big bass you are after. You never know what will bite the end of your line while on a fishing trip in Miami!

Enjoy this February Airport Lakes Fishing Report with our Local Experts:

Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

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Today, I had the pleasure of fishing with Joe and Andrea. They were traveling from New Jersey looking to explore what South Florida had to offer. While doing so, peacock bass fishing peaked their interest. Andrea is a nurse and Joe is a wakeboard instructor, so taking a break in the outdoors was the perfect way to relax.

Cooler morning airs and conditions coming toward a full moon had the fish feeding strong. I started the trip at the bridges which held some deeper water structure. As a result, they started catching some beautiful peacock bass. Andrea also hooked into a big freshwater snook that put up a great fight. After 15 minutes, the snook ran itself into one of the pilings and cut the line.

The major feed of the day was at 10:30 AM. As the time was approaching, we headed up to one of my big fish spots. It was not long until Joe and Andrea were reeling in some beautiful fish. 5 of their best peacock bass weighed in the 3-4 pound range. The biggest fish caught weighed in at 4.5 pounds out of Miami, FL.

Peacock bass fishing was a great addition to their vacation down here in South Florida. The bite has been really strong and I am looking forward to seeing them back out on the water again sometime!” – Capt Robert Miley

Fishing with Captain Joe Gruny

“It is always a true pleasure to add value and give a couple some awesome fishing experiences on their vacation. I had the pleasure of fishing with Scott and Nancy on Miami’s Airport Lakes on this fishing trip. They were traveling from Minnesota to escape the cold weather and enjoy some Florida sunshine. There is no better way to do so than on a Miami peacock bass fishing trip.

We adventured out for two straight days and the fishing was fantastic. Every now and then, the bite can have a slow start. Maintaining patience, we were able to cash in on some really nice peacock bass. Live bait was the preferred method of catching fish on this trip. 

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Sunny and windy conditions pushed the bass into key pockets and areas. I knew where to position and target them. Scott and Nancy caught over 20 bass on their fishing trips combined. The biggest bass weighed in at 5.23 pounds with numbers of 3 and 4-pound bass in the mix.

The action was red hot and I was super glad to be able to get back down there. Scott and Nancy had a fantastic time on the water and I am looking forward to our next adventure in Miami, Florida!” – Capt Joe Gruny

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Miami is a fun-filled destination with everything Florida has to offer. While soaking up the sun, be sure to set the hook into one of our many freshwater species. Our local experts will work hard at customizing and making your fishing trip very memorable. When looking to capitalize on catching peacock bass in Florida, be sure to discover Miami’s Airport Lakes.

Information about our Miami Airport Lakes Fishing Charters:

You can conveniently book online 24/7 or call us over the phone at 1-888-629-2277. We offer 4, 6 and 8-hour fishing trips. All our trips come fully-equipped with everything you will need to have a successful day on the water. Our local experts and professional captains are USCG licensed and have years of experience in the fishery you select.

Miami Airport Lakes holds not only peacock bass but largemouth bass, cichlids, freshwater snook, tarpon, jack crevalle, and more. This fishery is the perfect destination to get an angler hooked on fishing in South Florida. Every trip can be customized and adjusted to your needs.

We hope we get the chance to show you why we love Miami Bass Fishing! See you on the water next time!

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December Miami Lakes Fishing Report for Florida Peacock Bass

December Miami Lakes Fishing Report for Florida Peacock Bass

December Miami Lakes Fishing Report

One of the best destinations to visit here in south Florida is Miami, FL. There is just something about it that makes it such a draw for travelers across the world. Whether it is the sunshine, beaches, nightlife, or outdoor activities, you can have a lot of fun while visiting Miami. All you need is this December Miami Lakes Fishing Report to show you all the outdoor fun you can have. December Airport Lakes Fishing 1

Freshwater fishing, especially for Florida peacock bass is a great way to explore South Florida. Several locations are productive, but Miami Airport Lakes shines in its own light. A beautiful park and boat ramp with urban views make it a truly breathtaking experience.

Our local guides and experts will show you around this fishery. While you are here, you will get the chance to not only catch peacock bass but largemouth bass, cichlids, freshwater snook, jack crevalle and so much more. As well, you can enjoy watching manatees peacefully swim by.

In this December Miami Lakes Fishing Report, you will get the chance to see how the action has been. Changing conditions in the weather have caused some unpredictable patterns. Never worry, our local experts have years of experience to help you find and land that fish of a lifetime!

Miami Airport Lakes Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

Fishing with Boris

December Miami Airport Lakes Fishing ChartersI had the pleasure of fishing with Boris on this fishing trip. He was traveling from Allentown, Pennsylvania enjoying some Florida sun. While doing so, peacock bass fishing on Miami Airport Lakes was the move.

Being a retired surgeon, Boris just wanted to kick back and relax on this fishing trip. I got to show him around Airport Lakes. The fishing was steady all trip long. We moved around from spot to spot before finding the honey hole.

Some days, you just miss the prime feed. This was a 6-hour fishing trip that ran to 1 PM with a prime feed at 1:30 PM. Fortunate enough for Boris, he did not need a prime feed to find a GIANT Trophy Peacock Bass.

Boris started out catching several nice 2-pound peacock bass. As the trip went on, several more 2-3 pound range fish start coming in. Shortly after that, a beautiful 5-pound peacock bass was caught.

Just before the trip was completed, Boris landed another bass. This was the biggest of the day. It weighed in at 7 pounds 5 ounces. Boris did not even realize what he did. Most anglers would be beyond excited to land this fish.

Boris was in relaxation mode and catching fish was just the fun part.

I am looking forward to fishing with him again soon on his next visit to South Florida!” – Captain Bob Miley

Fishing with Joseph

“Shortly after my last trip, I was back out on the water of Miami Airport Lakes. This time, I had the pleasure of fishing with Joseph and his Dad. Some of my favorite trips are father and son teams.

This trip was an afternoon 4-hour fishing charter. Just like the last trip, the prime feed with this waning moon phase was later in the trip. It caused a slower action, but as always, we found them.

Joseph and his Dad caught a decent number of peacock bass on this fishing trip. After picking away at the fish. We moved to one of my big fish holes.December Airport Lakes Fishing

As time was slipping away, the father and son team got into some beautiful peacock bass. This fish breached 5 pounds making it a trophy for the Florida waters.

I was excited to see these guys have such a great time on the water. We love putting clients and travelers on big fish, it makes the day complete.

I am looking forward to fishing with Joseph and his Dad again soon!” – Captain Robert Miley

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The peacock bass are biting and now is the time to explore the waters of Miami, FL. If you are traveling to this destination on your next visit, consider freshwater fishing. It is a lot of fun, especially when you land some big beautiful fish. This December Miami Lakes Fishing  helps give you an idea of what you can catch

Peacock bass will amaze you not only in strength but also with their colors. Vibrant peacock bass is the perfect holiday gift this season. Our local experts will work hard to get you on the fish you are after.

We hope to share a Miami Lakes Fishing Experience with you on your next visit to South Florida!

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December Lake Ida Fishing Trips in Delray Beach, Florida

December Lake Ida Fishing Trips in Delray Beach, Florida

December Lake Ida Fishing Trips

It’s December in Florida and the weather is absolutely fantastic. Cool crisp mornings are the perfect way to wake up to get ready for an outdoor adventure. The bass fishing has been productive all day long for an abundance of different species. The fresh air will make all the difference in the quality of your vacation and time here in the beautiful sunshine. Enjoy some December Lake Ida fishing on your next visit!

One of the best ways to get in the outdoors is on a freshwater fishing charter. Lake Ida Fishing Trips are a magical way to explore urban bass fishing at it’s finest. Our local experts have years of experience that can help you get on the fish quickly. Whether you are just starting out or have more advanced knowledge, you can always learn something on our trips.

Check out this Lake Ida Chain of Lakes Fishing Report with our local experts:

December Lake Ida Fishing 1Peter and his best friend John were traveling from Deland looking to enjoy the south Florida sunshine. While doing so, Florida bass fishing was on the menu. Peter is a real estate developer and John is in Medicine. Captain Robert E Miley had the pleasure of fishing with them on this amazing trip out on the Lake Ida Chain.

Peter and John went out fishing for 8-hours having a blast the whole time. Captain Miley showed them around and hit several different spots. The bass were congregating in 24-25 feet of water around the tops of trees and seawalls. The structure is always a great bet when looking to catch bass of any species.

Peter and John caught a lot of fish with over 30 bass in the boat. The biggest fish weighed in at 5 pounds. They moved around to find two spots that had numbers and big fish. After catching a bunch of numbers, they moved to their big fish spot landing them that giant bass.

It was an awesome trip for Peter and John. They enjoyed every minute of it, especially getting to see what South Florida is all about. One of the best feelings as a guide or captain is putting clients on quality fish that they never experienced before.

Captain Miley is looking forward to getting back out on the water with Peter and John soon!

Just shortly after this fishing trip, Mike and his wife, came out to explore what south Florida had to offer. After traveling around Florida, fishing from the banks, they wanted to get out on the boat and catch some different species. Captain Kirk Osborne had the pleasure of taking them out on the water on this fishing trip!

While traveling from Sarasota, Lake Ida Chain of Lakes was very appealing to them. They had a great time catching peacock bass all trip long. It was a quick 4-hour fishing adventure. Mike’s wife was the one that caught the biggest fish with a peacock bass weighing over 4 pounds.

December Lake Ida Fishing 2Peacock bass was the number one targeted species on this fishing trip and the trip was a success with several nice quality fish. Live bait was the preferred method in catching the peacock bass. Seawalls and docks were the main focal areas on this fishing trip.

Mike and his wife really enjoyed their time on our fishing vessels. When you get to fish from a boat, you get a whole different perspective when it comes to fishing.
Captain Kirk is looking forward to getting out on the water with them again soon! 

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The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes has been fishing wonderfully. Warm weather and a great spawn this year kicked started growth for the peacock bass. Now is the opportunity to land a giant peacock
bass without having to travel to Miami, FL.

Palm Beach County has some great fishing to offer. Peacock bass or largemouth bass can show you everything Florida is all about. We hope that you get the chance to explore some freshwater fishing on your next vacation.

Bring your whole family aboard or loved ones for an outdoor adventure of a lifetime right here in sunny South Florida. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!

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