Yo-Zuri Bass Fishing Charter
Florida is one of the most exotic places to explore and visit for a list of reasons. Not only can you enjoy the incredible beaches and cultures but you can also enjoy a day in the outdoors. Every vacation allows you to potentially experience something new. If you are traveling to Florida, the exotic peacock bass should be on a list to catch while here. Enjoy a Yo-Zuri bass fishing charter on your next trip to South Florida.
Miami is a breath-taking destination to travel to. When you are tired of the shopping, night-life, and salty beaches, hop on board with one of our local experts. Florida Bass Fishing is a great way to explore what Florida truly has to offer. Miami has a vast range of places you can cast a line. If you are located in the Florida Keys, you can take a short cruise to the Aerojet Canal System where you can have a lot of fun.
Our local experts are the most important part of fishing in Miami. The exotic peacock bass is very sensitive, smart, and hard to find. Our experts spend hours on the water every day that allows them to lock in the location and get you on fish faster. If you want the best chance at catching big peacock bass, you have to hop on board.
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Adam, John, and Jeff were traveling from Mississippi looking to explore what South Florida had to offer. While here on vacation, Miami peacock bass fishing was a must. Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of fishing with these anglers. They were school teachers and lawyers looking for a break from their day-to-day.
The bite was slower to start. It took Captain Bob a moment to find and locate the peacock bass. Once he did, it was game on. They were throwing yo-zuri jerk baits for most of the time. Adam hooked into a monster peacock bass with this jerk bait. It weighed 6-pounds, a true Florida Trophy Peacock Bass. They also caught several other quality peacock bass in the 2-3 pound range with a total of 20 in the boat.
Every angler on the boat had a blast catching bass on this fishing trip. Artificial baits stole the show but live bait catches were also in the mix. Water temperatures were in the mid-80s making for a great day on the water. The wind was blowing posing challenges but clearly challenges that were overcome.
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Bill was traveling from Maryland looking to South Florida looking to catch some peacock bass. Miami was the best location for him to visit. Captain Bob had the pleasure of fishing with him on Miami’s Airport Lakes. It was a great day on the water with a lot of action from a variety of species.
One of the neat parts about fishing in Miami for peacock bass is that you have the possibility to catch more species. Bill had a blast catching over 25 fish including peacock bass, jack crevalle, cichlids, and much more. The big peacock bass did not show up but the Jack’s did. Fishing conditions were perfect for a productive and beautiful day on the water.
Captain Bob is looking forward to fishing with Bill again in the near future!
If you are looking for peacock bass in South Florida, our local experts are the way to go. We can get you on the fish. You never know what you will catch on our fishing adventures. Miami, FL is a beautiful place to travel and explore all that Florida has to offer. Don’t miss out on the peacock bass fishing adventure 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.