Alan has spent OVER 40 YEARS fishing the local canals of South Florida and focusing on Peacock Bass as a guide since 1989. Alan's knowledge of the waterways of South Florida combined with his study of Peacock Bass habits can provide you with one of the BEST CHANCES to catch these exciting fish!! Scroll down further on this page to read more about the South Florida Waterways and general Peacock Bass information.
Alan varies his fishing techniques depending upon the season, weather conditions, water quality and fish habits. He also frequently changes the locations where he fishes. This not only provides you with the BEST OPPORTUNITY TO CATCH PEACOCK BASS on any given day but also serves to avoid over-fishing a particular area. This greatly benefits you, the fisherman—as well as the fish!!
ALAN'S FISHING RATES
Alan is available for a HALF-DAY or FULL-DAY year-round in South Florida (except, of course, when he is fishing in The Amazon!). Different times of year call for different fishing techniques but the beauty of South Florida is that PEACOCK BASS CAN BE CAUGHT YEAR-ROUND, even in the "colder" Florida months of December, January and February! So, whether you are "wintering" in South Florida, visiting during the Summer or passing the time during a Spring Break, don't miss the opportunity to catch some Peacock Bass with Alan!!
1 Person: $450
2 People: $450
3 People: $500
1 Person: $300
2 People: $300
3 People: $300
A $100 DEPOSIT per day and per boat is required to hold the day. Deposits should be made payable to: WORLDWIDE PEACOCK BASS FISHING, INC., 1604 North Park Road, Hollywood, FL 33021
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SOUTH FLORIDA'S PEACOCK WATERWAYS
The survivability of Peacock Bass depends on a number of factors. The most important factor, however, is water temperature. A Peacock Bass simply will not survive if the water temperature drops below 60°!! Although Peacock Bass have thrived in South Florida since the start of their introduction in 1984, there is a "northern limit" to their habitat. The result is that the Southeastern Florida canal system, particularly the waterways in the Miami area, maintains the warmest water temperatures. It is in these waters that Alan fishes for Peacock Bass
MORE INFORMATION ON PEACOCK BASS
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Division of Freshwater Fisheries oversees all the freshwater fish species and waterways of Florida. At the FWC site you can learn general information about fishing in South Florida, fish management, Rules and Regulations and fishing tips. You can also read a wealth of information about Peacock Bass, their habits and habitat and their introduction into South Florida. Topics include:
Division of Freshwater Fisheries