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Half-Day Peacock Bass Fishing Charter for 2 in Miami, Florida

Regular Price: $450.00

Special Price: $430.00

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Quick Overview

These beautiful, bright and aggressive fish have attitudes to match the city they call home. You and another angler will be targeting the hard-fighting exotic peacock bass in Miami's canals with one of the best guides around on a half day, four hour charter.

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Originally from the Amazon basin in south America, peacock bass were introduced to South Florida in 1984 to control the growing population of exotic species. Butterfly peacock bass are actually not bass but cichlids. Peacock bass provide a very intense fight with several jumps and a mad-dog attitude. While fishing for peacocks you may also catch other species like alligator gar, snook, baby tarpon, midas cichlid and other native and exotic species. If you already have a bonefish rod you are all set to fight peacock bass.

About the Outfitter

Your guide for this trip will be a USCG licensed and insured captain. He is a recommended guide for the Coastal Conservation Association, Trout Unlimited, and Bonefish and Tarpon Trust. Among other things, he is sponsored by Hatch Fly Reels, Patagonia clothing company, Loomis Fly and Spinning Rods, Shimano spinning reels, and Rio Fly lines. He will put all of his years of experience to provide you a unique and satisfying fishing experience whether you are a beginner or a world class angler.

The Skiff

You will be fishing on a 2013 Beavertail Strike 17'6" technical flats skiff equipped with a 2013 Evinrude E-tec 60 hp engine, jack plate, trimm tabs, GPS, VHF radio, power pole and Minn-Kota electric motor. This boat is the ultimate flats fishing machine and is equipped for the fly and light tackle angler in mind. While it can be poled in 5 feet of water it rides beautifully in choppy conditions keeping the crew dry and safe at all times. It has a range of 100 + miles to take you to the best hot spots and return safely.

What to Bring

• A bonefish rod
• High-quality polarized sunglasses are a must
• Cash to tip guides
• A cooler of snacks in case you get hungry
• Any preferred fishing equipment
• Climate appropriate clothing
• Sunscreen
• Hat

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