I set some trailcams along the shore and left them until our next trip in March. Hiking around in Markham Park We took a day off from fishing on the windiest day of our trip.
We spent a few more days on Okeechobee and finished the trip clobbering the peacock bass and other fish in the Tamiami Canal. For peacock bass I used a white 2 inch rubber worm (1/2 of a 4 inch worm) just slightly longer than my hook which I rigged exposed, and Andy used a littleContinue reading “Florida Bass Fishing Vacation Part 4”
Road Trip to the Everglades We took a break from the boat and drove to the Everglades and fished for exotics and bass. Late in the afternoon we hit a stretch of the Tamiami Canal with good bank access and loaded with Peacock Bass, when we finally rolled into our hotel around midnight we realizedContinue reading “Florida Bass Fishing Vacation Part 3”
Highlights from 3 of the best days of bass fishing I’ve ever had The first of these 3 days, stick worms, curly tail worms, swimjigs, and top water was the ticket. The next 2 days, flipping a heavy weight in the cattail jungle accounted for most of our bites, but the swimjigs and worms stillContinue reading “Florida Vacation Part 2”
Setting Trail Cameras and Dodging Thunder Storms I set this camera in the woods off of Uncle Joe’s Cut. It received a lot of hits from raccoons, plus Opossums, and an armadillo This camera didn’t capture much except this heron. The iguana was the most interesting thing this camera took a picture of. A VultureContinue reading “Florida Bass Fishing Vacation at Lake Okeechobee, Part 1”