Peacock bass are more active in shallow water late in the morning and early in the afternoon when the sun is high. Who’s Summer are We Referring To? Winter for South America starts at the end of June, the opposite of North...Read More
Category: Speckled Peacock
Lures can be more effective that live bait as the presentation is always consistent. The Speckled Peacock Bass was initially introduced into the canals, lakes and rivers in Florida, where there is a large population of Peacock...Read More
In all seasons, the Speckled Peacock Bass are more active shallow water during late morning and early afternoon when the sun is high in the sky. Reversed Seasons Summer for South America starts at the end of December, the...Read More
Peacocks still seek the protection of trees and other underwater debris as the Amazon is filled with many species that could easily make a quick lunch out of them. Spawning Time is Relative The Speckled Peacock Bass spawns from...Read More
Choose a high test line strength. Speckled Peacock Bass can easily reach 20 pounds and many believe that are 30 pounders waiting to be caught Speckled Peacock Bass are native to the major watersheds of South America including...Read More
The speckled peacock has reportedly a fairly uniform, continuous growth rate until it dies of old age. Features The Speckled Peacock Bass have dark blotches on the opercula and three distinctive vertical bars on the body that...Read More
The Speckled Peacocks were first introduced to the United States in the 1950s with limited success and later introduced to Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Malaysia, Panama, Singapore, Guam, Florida, Puerto Rico, Hawaii and the...Read More
Unlike most North American Bass species, whose males chases away the female after spawning, both male and female Speckled Peacock Bass stand guard over the nest and protect their off spring after hatching. Voracious Predator The...Read More
Florida waterways are pretty clear from debris as there is not a lot of the same dense forest material in Florida. However, the same fishing techniques used in South America will work in Florida and other regions in the world...Read More
Be prepared for a lightning strike and a strong fight once you have set the hook on a peacock. Angling for Speckled Peacock Bass is little different from other techniques like river fishing, summer fishing and fall fishing. In...Read More
The best season to catch the Speckled Peacock Bass is the dry season with the best months being July and August as many lagoons have been isolated. Sun Worshipers The Speckled Peacock Bass is not active at night and can be found...Read More
The waters for many rivers and lagoons are very murky just after the rainy season. As the lagoons separate from the rivers, some begin to clear up nicely allows better visibility. Summer is one of the best seasons to catch...Read More
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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.
Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.