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In 1984, after 10 years of study, officials deliberately introduced butterfly peacock bass and speckled peacock bass to the southern region of that state to feed on other non-native species, including the oscar (Astronotus ocellatus), Midas cichlid (Amphilophus citrinellus), and spotted tilapia (Tilapia mariae). The introduction also created additional fishing opportunities for anglers. The butterfly peacock bass has flourished; the speckled peacock bass has not. Therefore, it is now illegal to kill or possess speckled peacock bass in our state. The butterfly peacock bass tends to do well in the canals and fresh waterways throughout Florida.
Because of tropical origins, peacock bass can’t tolerate low water temperatures. This has prevented them from becoming expanding outside of Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties. However, reports of them have extended to other counties in Florida like Collier, Lee County, Florida, and Hendry counties.
More time on the water will give you better chances to catch beautiful fish so pick the best time that works for you! Targets are Peacock Bass, Clown Knife Fish, Largemouth bass, and whatever else is biting your hook!
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In the rare event of a CAPTAIN cancellation due to weather, equipment malfunctions or health, Guests will have the option to reschedule with Captain Johnny for a later date or receive a refund of deposit.”
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