Peacock Bass Fishing in Florida: Local Travel Guide

Peacock Bass Fishing in Florida: Local Travel Guide

Every location has that one fish that brings tons of people to the area and for South Florida, it’s peacock bass. Peacock bass fishing is attractive because of the eye-catching color of the fish and the brash and aggressive nature of the fish. 

If you’re traveling to Miami, Naples, or anywhere in South Florida, you’ll want to continue reading to learn more about peacock bass and why they should be on your list of “fish to catch in my lifetime.” 

Understanding Peacock Bass 

The first thing you should understand is that peacock bass aren’t actually bass, they’re Cichlids. In fact, there are a ton of huge differences between these guys and bass. This is the reason why a lot of anglers come to Florida confused by the fact that they don’t behave the same way as largemouth bass

First of all, there are actually 16 different species of peacock bass. The problem is you can’t catch most of them off the coast of the United States. The fish originated in the Amazon and that’s where most of the species still live. 

So, that begs the question; how did they get here? According to the FWC, they were brought into Florida by the WC in 1984 and it’s also believed that they were imported from Guyana, Peru, and Brazil as well. 

Why Target Peacock Bass

Another question is why would we come to Florida to fish canals and waterways when there are so many brilliant opportunities in offshore fishing? You can catch things like sailfish, snapper, group, and tarpon; why would we go after these? 

While there’s no right or wrong answer to this, we think it has a lot to do with their appearance and the fight they give for a smaller canal fish. They’re finicky about what they eat but once they decide on something, they’re highly aggressive and will not give in easily. You better be prepared for a fight if getting a picture with a peacock bass is on your bucket list. 

When you’re traveling and fishing the urban canals, portability is key so you’ll want to make sure you’re only traveling with the amount of gear necessary to get the job done. Telescopic rods are nice but I don’t recommend them due to the lack of durability and strength. 

Where you can save a little space and weight is through using an inflatable kayak. These are highly portable and you’d be surprised by how much abuse they can take. 

Best Lures for Peacock Bass Fishing

Stick bait for peacock bass fishing

Peacock bass are a bit finicky so you want to choose the right lures and stick to them. Once you understand what lures to use you’ll have no problem bringing in a lot of peacock bass and when they bite, get ready because it’s like someone dropped a 20 lb rock on top of your hook. 

Here are some of my top choices for peacock bass lures: 

Rip Roller Stick Baits 

Rip Rollers are some of the most popular lures for peacock bass because of their noisy presentation and larger size. You don’t have to get this specific type but you want something with a few treble hooks and the propellor on the back. 5.5-inches is around the size you’ll find most of these and they’re usually made of solid wood to create topwater buoyancy. 

When it comes to color, you want to mimic something that the peacock bass are used to eating so I’d go with a perch color or something else that’s orange and bright. These are deadly in the warm water months. 

Yo-Zuri Crankbaits 

Next, we have a 5-inch crankbait that creates a little less noise for the days when the fish aren’t biting. Keep in mind that if you’re fishing in South Florida, you’re fishing highly trekked waters. Peacock bass are used to people fishing this area to death so sometimes a bit loud presentation doesn’t work. 

This is a spook type crankbait, it’s big, durable, and comes with heavy treble hooks that can handle this type of power. It also has an internal rattle so it’s not completely silent. Go with the redhead on overcast days and a brighter bronze color on sunny days. 

Yo-Zuri Minnows 

Bear in mind that a lot of peacock bass feed below the surface so topwaters won’t always work. Yo-Zuri is a great saltwater lure brand and their minnows allow you to walk the dog, jerk erratically, and create the presentation of a wounded baitfish. 

This is especially helpful if you’re not having any luck. The area you’re fishing may simply be overdone and the bass are very timid. This method is a great way to get them biting again. 

Bucktail Extended Jigs 

The last piece of peacock bass fishing tackle I’ll give you are extended tail jigs. These are growing in popularity amongst peacock bass anglers for a few reasons. 

One, you can work them in heavily vegetated areas because the tail helps you cruise over stumps and dense brush. 

Second, you can troll with them if you’re trying to cover a lot of water. You can fish them by working through the vegetation with erratic short jerks followed by lull periods of trolling but make sure to keep it moving quickly. If you slow down the presentation too much you’ll attract black bass. 

Third, they’re a dime a dozen and you’ll lose a lot in the water because most fish take a liking to these. You don’t have to spend $25 on one lure and you can pair up a variety of color combinations. 

Lures To Stay Away From 

It’s not often that we tell you lures to avoid but as mentioned, peacock bass are finicky so you want to stick to what works and avoid what doesn’t like the plague. Soft plastics are generally the worst-performing lures for peacock bass fish. They just don’t like them. 

Another reason we don’t recommend soft plastics are because every other fish in the water will chew up all your time. You’re not out here targeting black bass and panfish right now, we’re looking for the bright and beautiful peacock so let’s not waste any time. It’s like they say in business, “if you try to win every one, you win no one.” Focus on the species you’re targeting and leave the rest for another day. 

We also highly suggest against using live bait. A lot of people will tell you that live bait is the best way to go for peacock bass but as local guides and experts, we recommend you don’t use lie bait, and here’s why. 

Peacock bass like to swallow live bait which will result in a deep hook down in the throat or gills. These are a pain to remove and almost always ends with a dead fish. We practice catch and release with peacock bass and we suggest you do the same. Fishing live bait is frowned upon for this reason.

Top Peacock Bass Fishing Locations

Peacock bass fishing outside Miami

We’re separating this part of the guide into three sections. These are the “big 3” when it comes to peacock bass fishing in Florida. If you’re tracking peacock, you want to catch some, and you’re on your own without a guide. These are the three places you’ll want to go. 

Best Peacock Bass Fishing in West Palm Beach 

Urban canal fishing in Palm Beach county is incredibly popular and it brings a lot of people to the area. If you’re looking in this area, expect to fish around Delray Beach and Boynton Beach. Lake Osborne and Lake Ida Park are part of the Lake Ida chain of lakes and they house some of the best peacock bass fishing in the world. 

Best Peacock Bass Fishing in Miami 

There are many different locations in Miami and Dade county but there’s one that always seems to exceed expectations. Miami Airport Lakes is the number one destination for peacock bass so you’ll want to check it out especially around Anthony Marcelo Park. Falls Mall Canal is another big one and it’s located near 13145 SW 89 PL. It’s a canal that runs behind the “Falls Mall” in Miami but this is a convenient access point with plenty of parking. 

Best Peacock Bass Fishing in Naples

They don’t call Naples, “Paradise Coast” for nothing. There are a ton of things to do here for the whole family and some of the greatest peacock bass fishing you could imagine. The urban canal systems bring about a great population of peacocks and the fight that they put up is next to nothing. 

The Golden Gate canal system is where you’ll find the most peacock bass as well as plenty of other saltwater species. Warm water fishing is the best way to go here and as mentioned, the fun doesn’t have to stop once you get off the boat.

Peacock Bass Fishing Charters in Florida

Fishing charter in South Florida

There are great fishing charters all over South Florida and each of them specializes in a specific area and species so be sure to choose wisely. 

For example, Captain Mark Rogers has the biggest boat in the fleet that they call the “Big O” on Lake Okeechobee. He does most of his fishing near his home in Naples, Florida so if you have a larger party and want to fish Naples for peacock bass, you might want to talk to Captain Mark

Either way, we highly recommend fishing with a charter if you come to Florida. Of course, fishing inshore canals and waterways is easy to do on your own compared to braving the offshore waters but to get the full experience, a charter is the way to go.

 

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.

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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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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.

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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! 

Come Catch Yours TODAY in Palm Beach County, FL!

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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Delray Freshwater Fishing Trip on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes

Delray Freshwater Fishing Trip on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes

Delray Freshwater Fishing Trip

Palm Beach County has been underrated for its freshwater fishing. When you are traveling to this beautiful destination, travelers tend to think only about the saltwater fisheries. We are here to inform you that freshwater fishing is absolutely fantastic all year long. This time of year has really been amazing for catching peacock bass and other exotics on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. Come enjoy a Delray Freshwater fishing trip that can get you addicted to the great fishing here in South Florida.

The peacock bass is an elusive and exotic species many anglers and travelers love to target. Their explosive power and hard fights get you addicted to catching them. Once you net them, you are then blown away by the colors and beauty of this fish. You do not have to travel to the Amazon to experience your first peacock bass fishing charter.

One of the key factors to success while catching peacock bass is a local expert. Years of acquired knowledge and on the water experience has allowed them to get you on fish immediately. The fishing has been fantastic this month and is only going to get better as long as the cool fronts don’t get too strong.

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Delray Freshwater Fishing Trip 1Sandy and his best friend Ed were traveling to Delray Beach, FL to explore what the peacock bass fishing had to offer. Luckily, they hit it just right and the bass was biting strong. Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of fishing with them. These guys are long-time repeat clients of Bass Online and fishing with Captain Bob.

The peacock bass fishing was outstanding on this fishing trip. Fishing conditions paired up and made the fishing trip even better with air temperatures in the 90s and water temperatures in the mid-80s. Live bait was the preferred choice of bait on this charter. It helped put over 30 peacock bass in the boat.

As the weather begins to cool, the peacock bass will begin to spawn. That is when you will catch the aggressive males and large females. Sandy and Ed had a blast catching 30 peacock bass with most of the fish over 3 pounds. They did land a giant peacock bass over 5 pounds as well. Also, the largemouth bass was biting with one in the 4-5 pound range.

Peacock bass fishing is heating up. Sandy and Ed will be back for more of this incredible action on the Lake Ida Chain. Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure in the near future!

Just shortly after this fishing trip, Harvey came down to Palm Beach County looking to catch his first-ever peacock bass. Harvey loves to fly fish and wanted to catch a peacock bass on the fly. Unfortunately, the peacock bass was chewing on live bait and that was yet again the preferred method to catch fish.

Delray Freshwater Fishing Trip 2Harvey was traveling from Toronto Canada enjoying the beautiful South Florida weather and conditions. The sun was shining with a strong breeze to go with it. Harvey enjoyed every moment of this fishing trip catching over 15 bass on this fishing trip. A majority of the fish were peacock bass but he also caught some quality largemouth bass.

Harvey’s first-ever peacock bass was a trophy one. It was a male protecting a bed weighing in at over 5 pounds. You truly can’t beat the action here on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. Harvey was satisfied with this fishing trip and is now itching to catch one on the fly.

Harvey had a great time and is looking forward to his fly fishing adventure in Miami on his next visit! Captain Joe or Bob will be glad to assist him in this adventure!

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Well, as you can see, peacock bass fishing in Palm Beach County is on fire. The action is getting good and the peacock bass are about to spawn one more time this year. When this occurs, you can expect to catch some beautiful fish with vibrant colors and a lot of aggression. Each trip will provoke a different experience that will make every trip worthwhile.

We hope that you get the chance to experience Lake Ida Fishing or peacock bass fishing in general here in South Florida. Our local experts work hard to provide you with a trip of a lifetime! See you on the water next time!!

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October Palm Beach Fishing Report for Florida Peacock Bass

October Palm Beach Fishing Report for Florida Peacock Bass

October Palm Beach Fishing

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!

Palm Beach, FL is located in South Florida. Just a short drive south, you can find yourself on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes. This system has an abundance of great fishing for peacock bass, largemouth bass, and clown knife fish. If you want a hard-fight and a lot of great action, this fishery is the perfect match for you.

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.

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October Palm Beach Fishing 2Brothers 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!

Just shortly after this fishing trip, Paul and Sheron were traveling from Kentucky and had the trip of their life. It was a quick 4-hour fishing trip with non-stop action from the first cast to the last. Live bait was the most effective method to catch peacock bass, largemouth bass, and clown knife fish. Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of showing them around this beautiful fishery!

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. October Palm Beach Fishing 1

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!

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Delray Beach Bass Fishing for Exotic Peacock Bass in South Florida

Delray Beach Bass Fishing for Exotic Peacock Bass in South Florida

Delray Beach Bass Fishing

Are you visiting South Florida in the near future? Beautiful sunny weather is upon us making for some great outdoor activities. If you are looking for an urban adventure, Delray Beach is home to experience worthwhile. Big exotic peacock bass can be caught this time of year making for some fun in the sun. Enjoy a day of Delray Beach Bass Fishing on your next visit to South Florida.

The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is located in Delray Beach, FL. When you board our local experts fishing vessels, you will cruise out into the open lake to eventually dock into a canal system where the peacock bass live. The beautiful homes will amaze you as you cast bait under a dock near the structure. It won’t take long for the bass to bite and the fight you have been looking for begins.

Our local experts have years of experience fishing this amazing fishery. If you are looking for the most rewarding and exceptional fishing adventure, our local experts have you covered. Big bass can be caught on this chain of lakes making it fun for the experienced angler and the novice.

Here is your Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Update:

Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of fishing with Richard Chizmar on Lake Ida. Richard is a novelist with several books out. While taking a little vacation time, he wanted to explore and catch peacock bass. Captain Miley Delray Beach Bass Fishing 4put him on some quality peacock bass all trip long. It was an awesome day on the water.

The most effective method for catching peacock bass is live bait. Richard caught 15 nice peacock bass weighing up to 3.5 pounds. He also caught several quality largemouth bass. Conditions were overcast for most of the day but that did not stop the bass from biting. They were stacked up in one area that produced a majority of the fish. Peacock bass is moving on and off beds making for a good time to go catch them.

Captain Miley is looking forward to fishing with Richard again in the near future!

It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Robert Miley was back on the water. Long-time repeat clients, Sandy and his golfing buddy Jay explored Lake Ida as well. This is one of their favorite lakes as it is close to their vacation residence. The afternoon bite was strong and the big bass was out to play.

Windy conditions can make the bite very difficult but you just have to find the areas that are more protected. Sandy and Jay caught over 10 peacock bass on their quick trip out. All the bass caught were between 3-5 pounds.
Most of the peacock bass were spawning making for a fun day on the water. They were all light up and beautiful.  Delray Beach Bass Fishing 2

Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure on the water soon!

It was not long after this awesome fishing trip that Sandy and Jay were back on the water. Captain Miley yet again put them on some quality fish all trip long. This time, they adventured out on a 6-hour fishing trip and had to be patient. They caught 10 quality peacock bass along with a nice clown knife fish. One of the best parts about Lake Ida is the ability to catch multiple Florida species in one fishing trip. Sandy and Jay always have a great time on the water. Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure!

Delray Beach Bass Fishing 3The peacock bass fishing in South Florida is picking up. Warming weather trends get the bass active and ready to eat. If you are looking to catch the bass of a lifetime, now is the time. This beautiful chain of lakes can provide everything you are after. Don’t miss out on a fishing charter that can get you around some quality fish with our local experts. See you on the water soon!

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