Peacock Bass are the most hard fight freshwater species that roam the waters here in Florida. Naples is a perfect place to enjoy your First Peacock Bass Fishing Trip. The Golden Gate Canal System holds excellent waters for these exotic bass to be caught.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Kathleen and John traveling from New York. They were coming down on vacation and wanted to add some Florida Fishing in the mix. It was going to be their first peacock bass fishing trip ever.
We went out on a quick 4 hour trip before the weather got nasty on us here in Southwest Florida. Water temperatures were holding at 76 degrees which is nice conditions for bass fishing. Live bait was the most effective method on this fishing trip with domestic shiners.
Kathleen and John caught several quality bass on this trip. They caught their first peacock bass along with largemouth. They also landed a bonus fish with a snook in the boat. The biggest peacock bass weighed 4 pounds.
We focused in on some structure that I knew they would be on. It was a great time on the water and I am looking forward to fishing with them again in the future.
Lake Okeechobee has been a very productive bass fishing destination this season. Conditions have improved and weather stabilized. People across the whole United States are traveling here to experience what it has to offer. Come enjoy a First Okeechobee Fishing Trip for largemouth bass.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Dave and Donna. They also brought along their sister Mary Ellen traveling from New Jersey. It has been quite beautiful here in Florida and Mary Ellen wanted to experience Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing for the first time.
It is always nice to be part of something like this. We fished out of Clewiston, Florida. The east wall was a very productive area on this fishing trip. Big bass were in the area and came out to play!
Dave, Donna and Mary caught 30 largemouth bass on their quick trip. Dave caught the biggest fish weighing 6.25 pounds. Numbers have been increasing along with some great size to our catches.
We had a great time out on the water and I am looking forward to fishing with them again in the future. Don’t miss out on your adventure next time you are traveling to the state of Florida. Lake Okeechobee is an awesome place!
Florida is home to some of the best bass fishing in the nation. Naples, Florida is a great place to go peacock bass fishing when traveling to the Southwest coast. First Cast Bass Fishing can really excite you when you are on the hunt for the exotic peacock bass.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Romana traveling from Wisconsin. She came down and went fishing by herself on the Golden Gate Canal System. This canal system is one of the best for peacock bass fishing in Naples.
On Romana’s first cast, she caught a peacock bass that really gave her a good fight. It is always exciting to come to Florida and catch a bass on your first cast. She put a lot of quality peacock bass in the boat weighing between 3 to 4 pounds.
Domestic shiners were the most effective method to catching these peacock bass. They have been focused in around structure like rocks and docks. We experienced a lot of action that allowed for a great time on the water.
When traveling to Florida, don’t miss out on an adventure of a lifetime catching peacock or largemouth bass.
If you are looking for a fishing trip of a lifetime catching largemouth bass, Lake Okeechobee is the place to go. Repeat Big Bass Fishing is one of the most exciting ways to get out in the outdoors here in Florida.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Kim and Donnie. They are repeat clients of mine that love to bass fish when on vacation here in Florida. We fished out of Okeechobee City on the North end of the Lake.
Fishing can be highly unpredictable here in Florida but always ends strong. We had a slow start to our day and the bite kicked on at around 10 am. Wild caught live shiners were the most effective technique.
Kim and Donnie caught 25 largemouth bass with the biggest coming on the last cast weighing 6.8 pounds. Kim always catches a bigger fish than Donnie when they come out. He is never happy about it.
The Pass on the north end was the most productive spot. Bass Fishing has been great and there is even better to come.
I look forward to fishing with Kim and Donnie again. Don’t miss out on your adventure here on Lake Okeechobee.