Summer Rain Exotic Fishing
Every day is another chance to experience something new. Whether you are at home or on vacation, you can always get out and explore the surrounding area. When visiting South Florida, especially Miami, peacock bass fishing is an incredible way to spend the day. During these warm summer months, the exotic fishing heats up. All-day long you can have a blast catching fish with our local experts. Hop on board for some summer rain exotic fishing in beautiful Miami, FL.
Peacock bass was introduced to South Florida to manage the exotic species that were starting to take over. As a result, they created an ecosystem that is now flourishing with peacock bass. These fish are incredibly fun to catch and have hard fights. Just because they are abundant does not make them easy to catch. Our local experts are the best way to get you on the peacock bass in South Florida.
Captain Robert Miley is one of the BEST Florida peacock bass fishing guides. Many years of experience has led him to be able to target peacock bass in big numbers. He had the pleasure of fishing with Allen and his son Tallen this summer. They were traveling from Louisiana looking to cash in on some summer exotic fishing while exploring the Falls Canal System.
Year around Success
Even though the summertime can be a great time to fish, the rain can really fluctuate the bite. Water management in South Florida is always altering the levels making the fish have the ability to constantly move to new areas or deeper water. This can make the bite slow which is another great reason a local expert is so essential.
Allen and Tallen enjoyed the day on the water. They missed a lot of fish but managed to catch 6 peacock bass on their fishing trip. Most of the fish were in the weight range of 2-3 pounds. They loved the fight and had a blast with every catch.
Captain Miley is looking forward to fishing with Allen and Tallen again in the near future!
It was not long after this awesome fishing trip that Captain Miley was back on the water. This time, he had the pleasure of fishing with Jose and his wife along with their young son of 6-years. They were traveling to Miami, FL on a family vacation and wanted to get out on the water. Captain Miley took them on an adventure into Miami’s Blue Lagoon or Airport Lakes.
South Florida is filled with not only fishing but also other water activities. Jet Skiing on Airport Lakes is out of control and can be dangerous at times. Luckily, your local expert will keep you safe. Captain Miley tucked away into a community area where it was calm and the peacock bass were biting.
Multiple Species in Miami
They did not get to hook into any big ones but had a blast catching peacock bass. Also, the Mayan cichlids were keeping the trip active. The weather got so hot they took shelter under bridges to protect them from the sun. Bring comfortable cool clothing that can protect you from the sun and keep you fishing longer.
Jose and his family had a great time fishing with Captain Miley. Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure and got this family safely back to the dock. Once there, Jose and his family hopped into Vice, our driver, and private transportation’s car, and off they went. If you need transportation, we can arrange it for you. Please contact us and ask when reserving your booking.
Miami, FL is a fantastic place to explore, visit, and stay. It has so much to offer whether it is the beaches, shopping, or outdoor adventures. Don’t miss out on catching an exotic peacock bass on your next vacation to South Florida. Our local experts are ready to get you on the fish of a lifetime. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
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About Capt Robert Miley started bass fishing in the Florida Everglades.
On the very first trip out he caught a 10lb 0/8 o/z largemouth bass and has been fishing for bass ever since. Robert Miley has been fishing professionally on the B.A.S.S. Eastern Division, for the past 7 years. He also is the Bass Pro Shops Pro Staff representative for South Florida. Versatile in that he fishes for Peacock bass as well as trophy largemouth on Lake Okeechobee.