March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing Trip in South Florida

March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing

Simply put, if you are looking to catch a trophy Florida peacock bass, Miami is the destination to visit. Almost all year long, you can land some big beautiful exotic fish here in South Florida! The endless beauty of not only the fishing experience but also the destination creates a magical combination of the perfect outdoor adventure. March Trophy Peacock Fishing is one fantastic way to get outdoors and enjoy the South Florida sunshine!

Miami, Florida is one of the most unique places to travel to. Whether it is the culture, beaches, nightlife, or outdoor experiences, this destination has it all. Freshwater fishing is a hidden gem most travelers overlook. We are here to be your guide to showing you why we love freshwater fishing here in Miami.

You can’t go wrong with hopping on board with a local expert and allowing him to show you around. When it comes to fishing, especially peacock bass, a local expert is essential. Years of experience and knowledge has allowed them to dial in on the action every day. You are in good hands when going out on a bass fishing trip here in Miami when picking our local experts.

Check out this March Peacock Bass Fishing Update from our local experts:

Fishing with Captain Robert Miley

March Trophy Peacock Bass Fishing Trip“I had the pleasure of fishing with Don and his wife Julie, who was a Florida native looking to cash in on some peacock bass. They are repeat clients of mine hoping to explore what Miami had to offer one more time. We adventured out onto Miami’s Airport Lakes and had a blast catching bass all trip long.

It was a quick 4-hour fishing trip in the morning. Cool temperatures had the bite light until the sun came out. After moving around and finding some deeper warm water, Don and Julie started landing some quality peacock bass.

Altogether, they caught 10 peacock bass on live domestic shiners. When it comes to catching peacock bass, live bait is the way to go. We can catch them on artificial baits, but it becomes increasingly more difficult especially when the water cools. The biggest bass weighed about 3 pounds and everyone on board had a great time!

I am looking forward to catching more peacock bass with them in the near future!”

Second trip of this Report:

“What a day on the water for Greg. I had the great opportunity to fish with Greg, who was traveling from Kentucky looking to try his hand at some peacock bass fishing. He owns a Dairy Queen back home and was enjoying the Florida sunshine and vacation here in South Florida.

While doing so, he adventures out on Miami’s Airport Lakes for an awesome peacock bass fishing adventure he will never forget. It was a quick 4-hour bass fishing trip that highlighted the true magnitude of this destination.

Greg was in search of some trophy Florida peacock bass and he got them. He caught 4 peacock bass over 5 pounds, making it an incredible day on the water. It is always nice to come to a destination and get what you are looking for. Greg also landed 10 other fish that were quality and healthy in size.  March Trophy Peacock Bass 1

It was an awesome day of fishing for Greg and one we will both not forget! I am looking forward to fishing with Greg again soon!” – Captain Robert Miley

Come Visit Miami and Catch Yours TODAY!!

One of the great things about all our peacock bass fisheries here in South Florida is that they have deeper water. During the month of March, the weather conditions will vary. Cooler temperatures will push the peacock bass into deeper water and our local experts will know where to find them. Enjoy the warm sunshine though and a day on the water landing these hard-fighting peacock bass.

We hope we get the chance to show you around this amazing fishery here in Miami. March Trophy peacock bass fishing is just getting started. See you on the water next time!

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