There is something about Miami that makes you want to return every time you travel to Florida. It must be the sunshine, the outdoors, and the bolstering culture. Part of the culture that gets overlooked often is the Florida bass fishing. Many don’t know that you can catch an exotic peacock bass right here in South Florida. Miami Urban Peacock Bass Fishing will provide you with an experience you will never forget!
Miami, FL happens to be one of the best places to reel in this exotic species. South Florida and America as a whole has so much to offer. Don’t get consumed with the visual nature and appeal of what Miami has to offer. You never know what is right around the corner. Freshwater fishing tends to get overlooked but we are here to help you realize how impactful it can be for your vacation.
We truly hope that one day you get to experience this magical activity. Let our local experts, especially Captain Robert Miley, take you on a tour through the urban fisheries of Miami. Be sure to have your phone out and ready to document your journey through the lake and canal systems. The banks are loaded with wildlife from reptiles to birds.
Miami Peacock Bass Fishing Update:
Cody and his best friend Kevin were traveling from Tampa looking to catch peacock bass. After watching videos, reading reports, and doing research, they knew Miami would be the best location to catch peacock bass. If you are looking to catch a big Florida peacock bass, South Florida is the place to travel. Miami has some beautiful waters that stay productive for large bass all year long.
Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of fishing with these guys. They explored Miami’s Airport Lakes or Blue Lagoon. One of the best parts about this fishery is that you can access Miami’s International Airport rather quickly. If you are looking to fly in quickly and get on some fish, this would be the best location for you.
Cody and Kevin explored Airport Lakes for a quick 6-hour fishing trip. When it comes to peacock bass fishing, the length of the trip is important. You want to give yourself the right amount of time to get on the bite. Peacock bass takes their time to wake up and get hungry. Once that sun gets warm, the peacock bass gets fired up.
Every day proposes different fishing conditions. On this fishing trip, everything came together just perfectly. The weather and water conditions were just right. Cody and Kevin landed over 20 Florida peacock bass on their short trip. It was an awesome day of fishing with several 4-5 pound fish. The biggest fish was caught by Kevin with a bass weighing 5 pounds. They also landed numbers of fish in the 2-3 pound range. We hope you enjoy the tape and live-action from this fishing trip.
The peacock bass tends to school up together. Captain Miley found a spot they were stacked up on and put some fish in the boat. After landing the numbers, they moved on to slow things down resulting in some big bass in the boat.
Cody and Kevin could not have been more satisfied with their fishing adventure. Captain Robert Miley is looking forward to getting back out on the water with these great friends soon!
Come Catch Yours Today!
If you are looking for a fishing adventure of a lifetime, don’t overlook Miami bass fishing. The freshwater systems here in South Florida will give you so much to take in. If you get seasick or don’t enjoy saltwater fishing, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Bring your friends, family, and loved ones along for an adventure you surely won’t forget. We hope to see you on the water next time holding up the biggest fish of your life!
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.
Capt. Mark Rose hometown is Pittsburgh PA. Mark has been fishing Lake Erie and Lake Okeechobee since 1999. He fishes Lake Erie in the spring for smallmouth. He runs a detail shop in his hometown during the summer, spring and fall and heads to Florida during the winter months to do what he loves, guide on Lake Okeechobee.
ORLANDO FISHING WITH CAPT JOHN LEECH – JULY-AUGUST
http://www.floridabassfishing.com Capt John Leech legendary Orlando Fishing Guide. Tune-in to Capt John monthly Orlando bass fishing report on the Central Florida lakes. mostly enjoy REAL-LIFE pictures of customers that caught these fish this month while fishing with Capt John. We fish the waters near Orlando to Titusville, New Smyrna Beach and not far from Cocoa Beach, Daytona and Tampa.
Many of the fish in this video were caught on http://bassassassin.com lures. The giant ones at the end of the video were caught on a homemade buzzbait that you see. Both these fish were over 10lbs caught while filming a j=Japanese fishing show for the upcoming season. Stay tune for air times!
All of the bass were released unharmed, all of the fish are always released where they were caught.
Capt John specializes in trophy bass fishing in the Orlando Florida area. Just as a reminder were located just minutes from Orlando, Disney World and Universal Studios. Check http://bassonline.com for complete details.
OKEECHOBEE FISHING REPORT JULY-AUGUST 2014 WITH CAPT MARK SHEPARD
Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Reports by Captain Mark Shepard. Lake Okeechobee July and August reveals secrets, lures and more.. Visit Mark at http://bassonline.com
Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide Captain Mark is legendary for catching bass on Okeechobee and has caught MONSTER bass all over the late. He shares his summertime patterns and shows you REAL-LIFE customers with fish from this month.
The Lake Okeechobee conditions change daily, the water gets muddy, then clear. The wind blows, then it doesn’t Capt Mark makes daily adjustments to always find great fishing on Okeechobee.
At the midway point of this video watch as Captain Mark takes a day off to fish with a customer and win big tournament on Lake Okeechobee.
If you would like a REAL full-time Professional Lake Okeechobee bass fishing guide – give Captain Mark Shepard a call 1-888-629-BASS.
Listen in to the Orlando Bass Fishing Report May 2014
Real-Life Fishing Report by Capt Kip Grunloh from the Central Florida area. As one of the TOP Orlando Fishing Guides and a bass fishing angler his knowledge, experience and first hand know-how of being on the Orlando lakes every day are second to none…listen as he shares with you his years of experience, lets you in on a couple of secret lures and throws in a hot spot ar two!
Real-Life Audio June 2014 North Florida fishing reports from Capt Steve Niemoeller on St Johns River. As one of the TOP North Florida bass fishing guides his knowledge and experience as well as his first hand know-how of being on the water every day is second to none…listen in as he shares with you his tip and tricks he uses daily!