Delray Beach Bass Fishing
Are you visiting South Florida in the near future? Beautiful sunny weather is upon us making for some great outdoor activities. If you are looking for an urban adventure, Delray Beach is home to experience worthwhile. Big exotic peacock bass can be caught this time of year making for some fun in the sun. Enjoy a day Delray Beach Bass Fishing on your next visit to South Florida.
The Lake Ida Chain of Lakes is located in Delray Beach, FL near Stuart. When you board our local experts fishing vessels, you will cruise out into the open lake to eventually dock into a canal system where the peacock bass live. The beautiful homes will amaze you as you cast bait under a dock near structure. It won’t take long for the bass to bite and the fight you have been looking for begins.
Our local experts have years of experience fishing this amazing fishery. If you are looking for the most rewarding and exceptional fishing adventure, our local experts have you covered. Big bass can be caught on this chain of lakes making it fun for the experienced angler and the novice.
Here is your Florida Peacock Bass Fishing Update:
Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure of fishing with Richard Chizmar on Lake Ida. Richard is a novelist with several books out. While taking a little vacation time, he wanted to explore and catch peacock bass. Captain Miley put him on some quality peacock bass all trip long. It was an awesome day on the water.
The most effective method for catching peacock bass is live bait. Richard caught 15 nice peacock bass weighing up to 3.5 pounds. He also caught several quality largemouth bass. Conditions were overcast for most of the day but that did not stop the bass from biting. They were stacked up in one area that produced a majority of the fish. Peacock bass is moving on and off beds making for a good time to go catch them.
Captain Miley is looking forward to fishing with Richard again in the near future!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Robert Miley was back on the water. Long-time repeat clients, Sandy and his golfing buddy Jay explored Lake Ida as well. This is one of their favorite lakes as it is close to their vacation residence. The afternoon bite was strong and the big bass was out to play.
Windy conditions can make the bite very difficult but you just have to find the areas that are more protected. Sandy and Jay caught over 10 peacock bass on their quick trip out. All the bass caught were between 3-5 pounds.
Most of the peacock bass were spawning making for a fun day on the water. They were all light up and beautiful.
Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure on the water soon!
It was not long after this awesome fishing trip that Sandy and Jay were back on the water. Captain Miley yet again put them on some quality fish all trip long. This time, they adventured out on a 6-hour fishing trip and had to be patient. They caught 10 quality peacock bass along with a nice clown knife fish. One of the best parts about Lake Ida is the ability to catch multiple Florida species in one fishing trip. Sandy and Jay always have a great time on the water. Captain Miley is looking forward to their next adventure!
The peacock bass fishing in South Florida is picking up. Warming weather trends get the bass active and ready to eat. If you are looking to catch the bass of a lifetime, now is the time. This beautiful chain of lakes can provide everything you are after. Don’t miss out on a fishing charter that can get you around some quality fish with our local experts. See you on the water soon!
Come Visit Stuart and Catch Yours Today
South Florida has endless outdoor opportunities you can take advantage of while visiting. Stuart and the local cities in South Florida are gorgeous locations to catch endless species. Every adventure out on the water can lead you to the fish of a lifetime. A Freshwater Snook Fishing Charter can be a great addition to your vacation. Take a break from the beaches and hop on board with your loved ones for a trip of a lifetime!
Stuart bass fishing can really allow you to experience all that Florida is about. When you are traveling here, you have to set the hook into our exotic species. The Florida peacock bass is the dominant bass that is fished here in South Florida. You might have to go on a little drive further South but it will be well worth it. Our local experts have extensive knowledge about fishing here in South Florida. Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami are prime locations to catch peacock bass and freshwater Snook. Captain Robert Miley is our Miami local expert and Captain Brett Isackson is our Broward County local expert.
Captain Robert Miley had the pleasure to go bass fishing with Julie and Don. They were traveling from Dallas, Texas on vacation. While they were here in South Florida, bass fishing was on the list to do. Julie and Don went out on a quick 4-hour trip that led them to experience something they never imagined. It was truly a trip of a lifetime for them.
Several lakes and canal systems fill South Florida. In Miami, one of the best lakes is Airport Lakes. Airport Lakes has a side lake called Blue Lagoon that has produced excellent fishing all year long. One of the impressive parts about fishing in Blue Lagoon is the ability to catch a variety of species. Florida peacock bass dominate the waterway but you can also catch Snook, jack crevalle, largemouth bass, tilapia and a number of other members of the cichlid family.
Airport Lakes is a great destination for anglers that want the ultimate experience. As well, it is great for family, loved ones, and inexperienced anglers that want to set the hook. Every chance to do so can lead to the fish you dream about. Julie and Don can attest to that fact.
Weather conditions were beautiful for this fishing trip. Everything lined up for an absolute slugfest on the water. Julie and Don caught 10 quality peacock bass with all of them in the 3 to 5-pound range. The biggest bass weighed 5.25 pounds. A fish of this magnitude is considered a trophy peacock bass. Along with this great catch, they also caught a monster freshwater Snook.
This Snook weighed in at 17 pounds and took them for a fight they won’t forget. Just shortly after bringing this giant to the boat, they also caught a 12 pound jack crevalle. This fishing trip was a never ending day of catching fish. Julie and Don caught a big tilapia to top it off. When you visit Miami, you can catch all the species you can hope for.
Captain Robert Miley is looking forward to catching so many more exotic species in Miami next time they come back to enjoy South Florida Fishing.
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Julie and Don traveled further north to Broward County to see what they can get themselves into. Captain Brett Isackson had the pleasure of fishing with them at Markham Park which is right on the edge of the Florida Everglades as well as Stuart. They were able to experience more bass fishing along with checking off another Florida exotic on their list.
Florida blessed them with another beautiful day on the water. Don and Julie put several more exotic species in the boat including peacock bass and snakeheads. They also caught a Snook but nothing compared to the one they caught in Miami. Don and Julie were excited to get the opportunity to catch the exotic snakehead. They really enjoyed their aggressive strike along with their powerful fight.
Captain Brett Isackson is excited to get another opportunity to catch more species with Don and Julie next time they visit South Florida!
When you are planning your next vacation to South Florida, make sure to consider getting out in the outdoors. One of the best ways to do so is on a bass fishing charter. You can experience endless amounts of species that come in a variety of sizes. Bring your family along on an adventure of a lifetime. The bass and exotics are biting strong, so don’t miss out on your adventure while it is still hot. We look forward to seeing you next time on the water!
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