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 everyone, 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.

 

Palm Beach Exotic Fishing Adventure with Local Experts

Palm Beach Exotic Fishing Adventure with Local Experts

Palm Beach Exotic Fishing

South Florida is filled with endless outdoor opportunities. If you are looking to get out on the water, this is the destination to do so. Palm Beach County holds some excellent waters for catching exotic species. If you have never caught a peacock bass before, the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is an excellent introductory fishery. Join us on a Palm Beach exotic fishing adventure you will never forget.

Our local experts have knowledge worth experiencing. If you are interested in learning new techniques and fishing for exotics, Captain Mike Groshon can guide you to some beautiful fish. Get one of these peacock bass on the end of your line and you will be hooked for life. They fight incredibly hard and make for some excellent action.

Captain Mike Groshon had the pleasure of fishing with repeat clients, Dan and his son Matthew. Last time they went fishing on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes, they had a fantastic day catching a trophy peacock bass and largemouth. Even though this trip was slightly different, they thoroughly enjoyed spending time in the sunshine of Florida.

palm beach exotic fishing 1Palm Beach is susceptible to cooler weather when the cold fronts roll through. As a result, you will have a decrease in water temperatures. Peacock bass are an exotic species from the Amazon. They love warm weather and water conditions all year round. If you are fishing for peacock bass north of Miami during cold front conditions, be patient and allow your captain to get you on as many fish possible.

Dan and Matthew had to move around from spot to spot to find the peacock bass. They picked away at few and were excited to land the numbers they did. It was a great time on the water with nice weather.

Captain Mike is looking forward to getting back on the water with this father-son duo again soon!

Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Mike adventured out on Lake Osborne. This time he had the pleasure of fishing with Frank. Frank was traveling from Kentucky and had to get into his first peacock bass. There was no better place to do that than on this beautiful lake.

Even though the water temperatures were still down, the bite was much different. The weather was beautiful with light winds out of the southwest. A slower bite made for a great time to learn more about Frank and share fishing memories with him.  palm beach exotic fishing 2

As the sun came out, the bite got better. The fish were able to acclimate quickly and allow Frank to land several quality peacock bass. Most of the bass were in the 2-3 pound range. When you are adventuring out in Palm Beach, you can be certain that Captain Mike is going to work hard to put you on the best fish possible.

Frank had a great time on the water. Captain Mike is looking forward to fishing with him again in the future!

Peacock bass fishing in Palm Beach County is extremely exciting. Don’t miss out on a fishing adventure of a lifetime. South Florida is the perfect destination to enjoy the outdoors. You can encounter and experience everything you wish. We look forward to seeing you on the water and creating memories one fish at a time.

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Summer South Florida Bass Fishing while Freshwater Fishing

Summer South Florida Bass Fishing while Freshwater Fishing

Summer South Florida Bass Fishing

South Florida is known for its incredible fishing opportunities. Many associate this sunny beautiful destination with saltwater fishing but freshwater fishing is what dominates. You can catch a variety of species from Largemouth Bass to Peacock Bass. Enjoy some summer South Florida Bass Fishing next time visiting the state!

Our local experts are determining every day to put you on the best fish possible. Whether you are looking to catch largemouth bass or peacock bass, South Florida is crawling with great fishing destinations. Largemouth Bass are Florida’s Number 1 Sport Fish for great reasons. You can adventure anywhere in the state and find Trophy Bass. If you haven’t caught the elusive and exotic peacock bass though, you must travel to Miami in order to land the fish of a lifetime.

You can also catch a wide array of exotics here in South Florida. The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is abundant with species that you have never seen before. Peacock Bass can be caught throughout the whole chain as well as the exotic Clown Knife Fish.

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Our first adventure takes place on the beautiful Lake Okeechobee. Walter and his son Walter Jr spend two days on the water looking for some trophy largemouth bass. Captain Dave Lauer took them to his best fishing spots on the Southeast side of the lake out of Slims Fish Camp located on Tory Island in Belle Glade, Florida. They were traveling from New Jersey in search for excellent bass fishing.

When you adventure out on Lake Okeechobee especially in the summer months, you never know what will bite the end of your line. You go to sleep at night hoping for days and trips like this one. Lake Okeechobee has been very blessing this summer with trophy largemouth bass being caught in the summer sun.

Walter and Walter Jr. caught some amazing numbers on this fishing trip. Several quality fish were caught on live wild caught shiners which will always be the most effective bait here on Lake Okeechobee. They were ecstatic to land two back to back trophy largemouth bass weighing 8 pounds. Along with these giants, multiple fish in the 4-5 pound range also made it to the boat. After the live bait was done, they threw artificial baits and a couple more bass.

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The second day, they adventured down to the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes in Delray Beach where they were in search for the exotic Peacock Bass. They had another blessed day catching peacock bass in the 4 pound range. It wasn’t long after catching this quality bass that they landed their first Clown Knife Fish. You truly can’t beat the summer South Florida bass fishing!

Captain Dave is looking forward to fishing with Walter and Walter Jr. again next year.

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Summer South Florida Bass Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

If you are looking for trophy peacock bass, the best location to catch them is in urban Miami. Even though you can find quality and trophy peacock bass on the Lake Ida Chain of Lakes, Miami has the best fishing for them. Captain Robert Miley is the local and expert Peacock bass fishing Captain in South Florida. He is the man you want to explore Miami Fishing with.

Lance Vick and his wife were traveling to South Florida and specifically Miami for a Trophy Peacock Bass. Lance is a Lake Fork Fishing Captain in Texas. Even though the bite was slower than normal they managed to land peacock bass on artificial and live bait. In order to be ultra successful fishing for peacock bass you have to be patient.

Fishing conditions were not the best with overcast skies but once the sun came out it was game on. Lance caught a 5+ pound peacock bass which made the whole trip worth it. It is always nice to spend quality time on the water and catch big quality fish. They are looking forward to traveling to Miami again in search for an even bigger bass.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to land the fish of a lifetime when traveling to Florida. South Florida is a mecca for all styles of fishing from fresh to saltwater. Even though largemouth bass out number peacock bass, the peacock bass are super exciting to catch. If you haven’t had the chance to feel the brute power of this freshwater fish, make sure you take a fishing charter or trip in Miami at one of our many locations. Ask us any questions you may have on what to expect when fishing with our local experts.

We look forward to getting you on a fish of a lifetime. Our fishing adventures are perfect for the whole family, beginners or intermediate anglers. Your captains will have the boat ready just the way you like it to make sure you have the most success possible. If you have a particular request, we can fill it. Make sure you ask as many questions as possible to enhance your angling skills when you are off the water. Enjoy a day on the water and get your mind off the stresses of life while reeling in potentially the biggest fish you have ever caught!

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First Peacock Bass Fishing Experience

First Peacock Bass Fishing Experience

First Peacock Bass Fishing Experience

Florida Fishing for peacock bass is one of the most exciting forms of bass fishing you can experience here in Florida. First Peacock Bass Fishing Experience is a must experience next time you are traveling to the state of Florida.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Steve traveling from New Jersey in search of the elusive peacock bass. It was his first time fishing for peacock bass and he was excited to lean into the hard fighting bass.

Lake Osborne has been on fire and holds excellent bass fishing this time of year. The peacock bass is biting and Steve enjoyed the adventure to find them.

We found some key pockets and Steve started putting them in the boat. He was excited to catch the amount and quality of bass he did. His biggest peacock bass weighed up to 4 pounds.

It was a great day of fishing with many great fights. Steve really enjoyed his first peacock bass fishing experience and he is looking forward to coming back for more action.

We are looking forward to fishing with Steve again and creating more memories, one fish at a time!

Come Catch Yours with Captain Mike Groshon on Lake Osborne .

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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!

Monster Exotic Fishing Adventure

Monster Exotic Fishing Adventure

Monster Exotic Fishing Adventure

The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes has some of the best exotic fishing in Palm Beach County. It has a variety of exciting species you can catch. Don’t miss out on a Monster Exotic Fishing Adventure during these warm months in Florida.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Alan traveling from Indiana. Peacock bass have been on his bucket list and it was his time to catch him some of the best in the nation. Lake Osborne, which is one of the lakes that is part of the chain has been producing this summer!

We had a great time and the trip went really well. It was an absolute slam fest catching over 35 peacock bass in our short trip. Here in Florida, you can never expect what to catch when you are fishing.

Alan hooked up to a Monster Clown Knife Fish that he will never forget. It weighed almost 10 pounds and the fight was amazing. He really enjoyed catching the variety he caught and is looking forward to his next chance to land him another giant!

We look forward to fishing with Alan again next year and creating more memories, one fish at a time!

Come Catch Yours with Captain Mike Groshon on Lake Osborne .

 
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Lake Osborne Exotic Bass Fishing

Lake Osborne Exotic Bass Fishing

Lake Osborne Exotic Bass Fishing

Peacock Bass are an exotic species of bass that was introduced to South Florida. They have thrived here along with other exotic fish. Lake Osborne Exotic Bass Fishing has been exciting this season.

Today, I had the pleasure of fishing with Calvin and Tom. This was their first ever peacock bass fishing trip.

We had a blast and caught them up. They were surprised at how hard the peacock bass fight.

They were also surprised at a guest appearance of a Clown Knife Fish. Calvin and Tom caught right around 20 peacock bass with the best right around 3 pounds.

I am looking forward to fishing with them again while creating memories one fish at a time.

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Among playing music and racing cars, Mike always had a love for fishing. Mike is married with two children and real all-round nice guy. He and his family moved to Florida to follow Mike’s dream of becoming a fishing guide on Lake Okeechobee.
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