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Best Bass (Peacock) Fishing Charters in Palm Beach


Top Bass (Peacock) Fishing Charters in Palm Beach


Bass (Peacock)

Bass (Peacock)

  • Size 6 to 15lbs
  • Food Value Good
  • Game Qualities Good
  • Habitats River, Lake

Bass (Peacock) Fishing in Palm Beach

Thanks to its numerous and bountiful lakes, Palm Beach County is a haven for freshwater anglers. What’s more, the Peacock Bass fishing Palm Beach is known for brings fishermen from all over the country to the area, where they can pursue their colorful prey.
 
Whether it’s Lake Okeechobee with its prolific Bass population or Lake Ida with its gorgeous views and solid fishery, this area of South Florida is one big treasure trove. Peacock Bass, known for their fighting stamina and vivid colors, are among the top catches here and for all the right reasons.
 
More exotic than its Largemouth relative, Peacock Bass is abundant in the waters of Lake Osborne and Okeechobee, but you can find it in other bodies of water, as well. Going after them is an opportunity to experience urban fishing at its best and very close to the shore.
 
You can catch Peacock Bass throughout the year, though the best time to go after them is during the hotter months, from March to June. They can weigh anywhere from 1.5–7 pounds, though the average size is around 3 pounds. Live bait is the way to go when you’re catching Peacock Bass and will be most productive in catching your daily limit (two fish per person).
 
Because it’s so different in appearance from the rest of the Bass species, Peacock Bass is a coveted catch of freshwater fishermen. That’s why it’s important to practice catch and release whenever possible and only keep the fish you plan to eat.
 
An experienced guide will show you the best Peacock Bass fishing Palm Beach has to offer. The only thing you’ll need for the trip is a freshwater fishing license, some food and snacks – the captain will take care of everything else.
Bass (Peacock)

Bass (Peacock)

  • Size 6 to 15lbs
  • Food Value Good
  • Game Qualities Good
  • Habitats River, Lake

Palm Beach Bass (Peacock) Fishing Seasons

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Seasonality

Bass (Peacock) fishing in Palm Beach varies moderately throughout the year. High season is May to August. Low season is January to February and October to December. There is no closed season.
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