Archive for July, 2009

Florida Everglades Bass Report 7/15/2009

Published on July 15, 2009

Matt Landers with a beautiful largemouth bass in the Florida everglades!
Matt and his grandfather Bill came down from California to do some summer time bassin’ with me! Today was a boiler man…we sweat it out big time but it was worth it at days end with some really nice bass landed like this one.  We [...]

Peacock Bass Fishing Report Miami, FL. 7/14/2009

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Ed Osborne from Ft. Lauderdale with a nice butterfly peacock bass in Miami!
Hot, Hot, Hot is the murmur in the South right now. The temps during the day have been in the middle 90’s which is a bit hot for most of us but just right for the peacock bass that we have here in [...]

Florida Everglades Bass Fishing Report 7/10/2009

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A beautiful largemouth bass in the beautiful Florida everglades!
Mr. Frank and his two sons came down from California to do some freshwater bass fishing with us in the Florida everglades.  Man did we have a great time fishing together! We caught a bunch of different species today from bass and alligator garfish to Mayan cichlids, [...]

Freshwater Fishing Report South Florida 7/10/2009

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Me with a nice little peacock bass in the canals of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida!
Today was a lot of fun for me. A buddy of mine and I went out in search of some new fish for an upcoming guide trip. We caught all kinds of species this afternoon which included a few largemouth bass, some [...]

New World Record Bass May Have Been Caught!

Published on July 5, 2009

Manabu Kurita with possible the new world record largemouth bass!

By – Ed Zieralski
Since the early 1980s, Southern California’s fishermen have been going hard after the biggest prize in freshwater fishing: a world-record largemouth bass.
Now it appears that coveted catch has surfaced on the other side of the world from the San Diego lakes that seemed [...]

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