Thursday, September 22, 2011

Florida Everglades Bass Fishing

We were out last week in mid-September and boated 17 largemouth on alligator alley in about 5 hours up to 5 1/2 lbs. All the bass were caught on plastic type baits and down deeper than normal. The Florida Everglades bass fishing at this time of year can be tougher than spring so you have to work for them. South Florida has so many canals, small lakes and the famous Lake Okeechobee for year round largemouth bass fishing. For information on fishing in the Everglades for bass or Miami for peacock bass e-mail us at or call (954) 445-1811.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Bass fishing the Florida Everglades

Now that the water is still rising with the heavy rain we've been experiencing the flats should be holding more bass soon. Out on alligator alley this week we caught plenty of bass but mostly on the smaller side. In about 5 or 6 hours we boated 30 largemouth bass up to 3 lbs. with a few larger bass missed. For this time of year I'll take that anytime. Hopefully this rain will sit over Lake Okeechobee for a few weeks and raise the water level on the this great lake.

Florida Everglades Bass fishing

Bass fishing in the Florida Everglades has been good despite the rising water and hot water temperatures. I went out fun fishing for bass last week and caught about 30 largemouth up to 3 lbs. with my buddy Tim Gray. If the rain will subside somewhat the fishing will remain good. High water usually forces the bass onto the flats and scatters them making them a little harder to locate.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Florida Everglades Bass Fishing

We've been catching great numbers of largemouth bass this month in the Florida Everglades up to 6 lbs. Each trip has produced between 40 to 70 bass in 4 to 6 hours of sweating. It's been brutally hot but the bass keep on biting. E-mail me at for further information on fishing South Florida on Lake Okeechobee or the Florida Everglades for largemouth bass. South Florida also offers Peacock Bass fishing near Miami and Ft. Lauderdale which is the only place in North America to catch these awesome fighting fish.