Beginner’s Guides

How to use Gees-Feets G-40 Minnow trap

Have you ever wondered how to catch your live bait quickly? The Gees-feets G-40 minnow trap is an easy and affordable way to secure a few dozen for the day’s fishing adventure. If you have not used a bait trap before, no worries; in this article, we will show you how to use and how…

Top 5 best fishing snack ideas

Top 5 best fishing snack ideas

The angler needs constant fuel for energy and sustenance. Fishing requires a lot of standing up, sitting down, and waiting. To make things simple, you are going to get exhausted during your fishing trip. Have you wondered What food should I bring on the boat? No worries, with our guide top 5 best fishing snack…

Peacock bass of the amazon

Peacock bass of the amazon

Peacock bass is a member of the cichlid family, which includes tilapia, angelfish, and Oscars. Native to the Amazon River basin, which includes rivers, streams, and lagoons. Peacock Bass of the amazon is a very aggressive gamefish that can grow quite large (up to 25 pounds). These South American fish quickly they can reach 14…

New Florida Peacock Bass Record

New Florida Peacock Bass Record in the books! The previous record catch weighed in at 9.08 pounds.

When do Peacock bass spawn in Florida

These freshwater bruisers are ready to spawn annually once they reach about 10-12 months of age.

why peacock bass thrive in florida

Why Peacock Bass thrive in Florida

Initially released in 1984 to control the abundance of spotted tilapia, this south American powerhouse has made south Florida home.

Best Hard swimbait lures for Florida peacock bass

I try to shoot for no bigger than 4″ inches in this type of lures.

Top 5 fish that Florida Peacock Bass love to eat

Based on my experience fishing for them for over 20 years, they do not like chasing or eating worms.

Can you eat Peacock Bass?

The peacock bass has a very white, clean, and flaky filet; it’s considered to have a non-fishy taste while remaining firm after being cooked.

5 Best Topwater Lures for Florida Peacock Bass

The Florida Peacock bass loves to smash topwater lures; the rush of seeing a big fish blow up on topwater is second to none.