October brought about some of the BEST bass fishing we have seen in Palm Beach County. Freshwater fishing on Lake Ida Chain of Lakes has been off the charters. Our local experts are on the fish you are searching for when traveling to South Florida. Now is the time to plan that dream trip and catch some of the biggest exotic species of your life. Enjoy this October Palm Beach Fishing report and explore what it has to offer for yourself!
Our local experts are essential when it comes to catching beautiful fish and large numbers of them. Years of dedication and experience have led to the ability to get you on fish within minutes of stepping aboard. When it comes to catching exotic species, live bait is always a great method to catch fish. Don’t doubt it until you try it.
Check this Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Report out of Palm Beach County, FL:
Brothers Rob and Joe were traveling to South Florida looking to cash in on the action. Peacock bass is one species that has been on their bucket list and it was time to check it off. Rob was traveling from Port St Joe and Joe were traveling from Nantucket on their annual get-together. Captain Kirk Osborne has the pleasure of fishing with them on this fishing trip!
Fishing conditions were perfect for a productive day on the water. It was sunny and calm, making the peacock bass get fired up. Some days just pair up just perfectly for a great day of fishing and this trip was one of them.
After just a few minutes at their first spot, Joe hooked into his first peacock bass. He was throwing a Rapala topwater bait. It took him almost 5 minutes to land this fish, which tipped the scale at over 5 pounds. Can’t beat catching a trophy peacock bass on your first ever trip for them.
After that fish, they made a move and the catching did not stop. Joe caught 4 more peacock bass before Rob was able to catch his first one. As the day was coming to an end, they made one more move resulting in several more peacock bass for both of them.
All in all, they caught over 15 peacock bass and numbers of Mayan cichlids. The action was red hot. Joe said this was by far the best-guided trip they had ever been on. Nothing makes a guide happier than those words out of a satisfied customer.
Captain Kirk is looking forward to their next fishing adventure soon!
Paul and Sheron both have never caught so many fish in such a short period of time. Not only did they catch over 30 fish, but they also caught some giant fish as well. The largest peacock bass weighed in between 5-6 pounds. They also caught numbers of fish in the 2-3 pound range.
Captain Miley was super happy to be able to show them such a great time. It was such a great time, Paul and Sheron both plan to save the date for next year and come back down. Water temperatures and air temperatures paired up for an awesome day of fishing sitting in the mid-80s.
The action is just absolutely incredible and Paul and Sheron could not rant or rave enough about this trip. Captain Miley is looking forward to getting them back out on the water in the near future!
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Honestly, Lake Ida and Palm Beach bass fishing have been the best it has been in a long time. We are seeing some big fish caught out of this fishery. When the fishing is hot, you have to cash in. As the weather says warm, so will the fishing. Our local experts will work hard to get you on the best fishing possible. We hope to share an experience with you soon!
When visiting Florida, you never know what you are going to adventure into. Florida Fishing is one of the best outdoor activities you can. JackPot Fishing Trips are some of the best experiences you can have when wanting to catch the exotic Florida species.
Weather changes here in Florida can definitely affect the bass from biting. When you have perfect weather as we did on this trip, endless possibilities and great fishing occur. It was warming up and the bite turned on.
Mike was able to catch his first peacock bass on this trip. He also enjoyed catching many other species on his 8-hour trip. One of the best parts was him landing the exotic clown knife fish.
We had a great time out on the water and I am looking forward to fishing with these gentlemen again soon.
It all started in 1969 when my father started taking us to the Everglades to go fishing. First, it was a small panfish, but then one of my best memories. It was when my dad took an old worm(motor oil green) off of his hook and put it on my pole I caught a 4 pounder and it was then I was hooked on Bass Fishing.
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.
When it comes to Florida Fishing, we can make your dreams come alive and true. Any species you are wanting to come out and catch can be experienced here in Florida. Dream Clown Knifefish Fishing is one of the many that we can accomplish.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Robert and Yardiris. They wanted to come out and hunt for the exotics on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. Palm Beach County was their desired location to catch the fish they were after, the Clown Knifefish.
It is truly an awesome species to catch when fishing in South Florida. We had a fantastic trip on the water. They caught 33 peacock bass, 6 largemouth, a speckled catfish, and their bucket list Clown Knifefish.
One of the best feelings a Captain can get is helping a client accomplish a dream or goal and we did it. I am looking forward to fishing with them again to catch more of their favorite Florida species.
Capt. Joe Gruny is a fishing guide in South Florida but grew up in Medford, New York. He found a passion for fishing at a very young age for salt and freshwater. Now he lives in Lake Worth, Florida where he gets to fish his favorite fisheries including Lake Okeechobee, the Everglades, Lake Ida, and Miami Canal Systems.
There are not many places where you can experience Florida Fishing Five Species. Fishing is one of the best outdoor activities you can explore whether alone or with family or friends.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Michael traveling from Pennsylvania. He wanted to come to explore Lake Ida and get hooked up with some quality peacock bass.
A massive cold front moved into South Florida this fall which really could have hurt the fishing. This trip, it made it even more excited. Additional storms and 17 mph wind cut this action pack trip short but we made the best out of it.
It is not every day that you can experience a fishing trip like this one. Michael caught 5 different species of fish. He caught over 25 fish that included peacock bass, largemouth bass, Mayan cichlid, speckled catfish, and the clown knife fish.
Michael and I had a really great time out on the water. I am looking forward to fishing with him again in December. It will be another adventure where we create more memories one fish at a time.
Captain Mike Groshon was raised in Northern Virginia, he grew up fishing lakes and rivers in Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia then like most headed south for warmer weather and bigger fish!
Among playing music and racing cars, Mike always had a love for fishing. Mike is married with two children and a real all-around nice guy. He and his family moved to Florida to follow Mike’s dream of becoming a fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee.
Mike is sponsored by Columbia, Bass Assassin Lures, Abu Garcia, Fitzgerald Rods. To go fishing with Capt Mike click here!
Florida Fishing is one of the best things you can adventure out to do when traveling to the state. A Lake Ida Fishing Slam will keep you hooked and ready to come back all year long. You can’t beat the action down here in South Florida.
Dan wanted to search and hunt for peacock and largemouth bass on his trip. He wanted to use artificial baits to catch them as well. Jerk and spinnerbaits put several quality bass in the boat. Dan had a fantastic time out on the water and is looking forward to coming back to do it again soon.
On our second trip out in the afternoon, we had a much different outcome. Dawson a young 13-year-old and his family had a blast catching all the major species of fish on the Lake Ida Chain.
They had a fantastic trip catching over 25 peacock bass, 6 largemouth bass, and 1 clown knife fish. Dawson caught a Lake Ida slam and couldn’t have been more excited. This kind of action can make you addicted to the sport forever.
I am looking forward to enjoying more trips out with these amazing people. Both groups had an amazing time and are excited to come back and catch more. This time of year is action-packed and you don’t want to miss out on your adventure, contact Bass Online today!