Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Florida Peacock bass, the start of 3 days

Father & Son Florida bass fishing Mike Juneau and his son Mike Jr. from Denham Springs, LA decided to take on our three day variety pack trip once they know they were coming down to South Florida and were looking forward to getting in some Florida bass fishing. It was a planned trip for Mike Jr’s graduation and a present from Dad.

The first day they selected to start there fishing adventure down in Miami area for the mighty Florida peacock bass. They started off throwing top water with a couple of hook ups right away. The first strike of the day being a snook, overall it turned out to be another great day of peacock fishing with action getting better as the day went on. They ended up around 25peacock bass for the day and were all geared up for day two on Lake Okeechobee.

If you are in the South Florida area and would like to try your luck at Peacock bass fishing, give me call!

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Tight Lines,
Capt Tony (954) 205-2535
(888) 629-BASS

1 comment:

Rob Doherty said...

Nice fish. A friend and I launched at Blue Lagoon on the 20th but the water was stained from the Hydrilla boats. Made a run to North Snapper Creek to salvage the day and figured that's where we'd finish up on the 21st and 22nd. We managed to stick about 20 to 25 a day and had a blast before hauling the boat back to Mississippi! I'm envious of your fishery down there, but am more inclined to stay in the lazy way of life in Mississippi. See y'all next May or June.