Bass Fishing in Miami

June 01, 2019

Bass Fishing in Miami

Pro Staff Miami Matt Fishing here and I wanted to share a great afternoon of bass fishing with Captain Jorge in Miami last week. After meeting up at Bass Pro shops we hopped around a few spots until snagging 5 BASS at our final "secret" spot. Please subscribe to our youtube channel and comment down below.

Bass and peacock bass fishing is very popular in South Florida and we were excited to get to fish with these two seasoned pros. We visited four different spots from side canals to large lakes that are filled with nice bass. Utilizing the Texas rig and spinner baits to name a few we ended up catching 5 nice bass that night. Nothing beats heading out on the hunt with friends, starting slow but ending with a bang. 






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