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Miami Slamming..Peacock Bass and more!!

Capt. Tony Fowler
December 30, 2013
Miami - Freshwater Fishing Report

Well folks the Peacock bass fishing is still hot despite the cooler temps. we're having now. I had the pleasure to take a very nice couple from N.Carolina on a day of Miami back country fishing.

They had high hopes of landing some Peacock bass...they weren't disappointed. Catching a Miami backcountry slam between the them, consisting of Peacock bass, Snook and a couple of baby Tarpon...not bad, huh. The bite in the Miami area has switched over from tiny minnows to larger(shiner sized) baits.

I had Robert throwing arti's in the 3-4" range while his wife used baby cichlids as bait. Needless to say wifey out fished hubby by a landslide....it happens all the time..lol. As always we had a great time and I look forward to doing it again .

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Target Species:

Peacock Bass Tarpon Snook Lg Mouth Bass

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Welcome aboard!! As seen on T.V. Miami Back Country Charters is now offering premium Peacock Bass and inshore saltwater fishing trips. This will be a minimum 4 hour tcharter for up to 2 people in the Miami urban systems, or Everglades back country with a FULL-TIME USCG licensed fishing guide with over 20 yrs experience. All, baits, and tackle will be provided. Come and see the beautiful Miami back country and explore what Florida fishing really has to offer.

Contact Info:

Miami Back Country Charters
3601 S Lake Dr
Miami, FL 33155
Phone: 305-775-1136
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