Miami Peacock Bass Report
Capt. Tony Fowler
January 6, 2014
Miami - Freshwater Fishing Report
Happy New Year!!... And what a new year it's turning out to be so far. The Miami Peacock Bass fishing is on fire right now. We're catching some real brutes in the systems we fish. Water levels are dropping and the forage fish are a little bit bigger. Which translates into awesome days of fishing for those who prefer throwing artificial lures. On one of my first trips out this year we landed a beautiful 7+ pound Peacock bass that absolutely crushed a DOA swimbait that was tossed his way.
As we go into the "winter" season down here it's important to remember to slow down your retrive a little bit. The cooler water temps will favor larger baits, and a slower presentation for these Peacock Bass. So long as water temps don't drop below about 70 degrees, the Peacock fishing will be very productive. Also just as important is to find areas of clearer water and with some current. Baits in the 3-4" range in natural colors seem to be doing the trick. As Always I look forward to giving yous up to date and accurate reports in the future. Thanks for reading our reports!
Capt. Tony Fowler (305)775-1136
Peacock bass Tarpon Snook large mouth bass
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