The Spotted Peacock Bass is the largest of the species in terms of the length that it can achieve with the record speckled peacock bass reaching three feet, four inches in length. The Spotted Peacock Bass is painted black from...Read More
Category: Spotted Peacock
While live bait is a great way to catch bass, it can be difficult to keep live bait alive or obtain in some fishing locals. When fishing in South America, look for the Spotted Peacock Bass in lagoon areas just off a major river....Read More
In the south, winter begins lasts the months of June, July and August. From the perspective of the northern hemisphere, our summer is their dry season. But as the seasons are flipped in the southern hemisphere, winter is...Read More
In the south, winter begins lasts the months of June, July and August. From the perspective of the northern hemisphere, Winter is the rainy season. But as the seasons are flipped in the southern hemisphere, Summer is actually...Read More
When the sky is overcast, they become more lethargic and difficult to entice. Night fishing for peacocks is a waste of time as they sleep during the night in the shallows. The Spotted Peacock Bass are not active at night and can...Read More
The only time that the male and female can be differentiated, other than size, is during spawning when the male Peacock Bass grow a large nuchal hump on the top of its head. The spawning period for the Spotted Peacock Bass runs...Read More
Anything less than 40 pound test could result in a snapped line should you set the hook on one. Spotted Peacock Bass are found in South American lagoons close to a major river. There are many lakes and lagoons in the Brazilian...Read More
The best way to fish Spotted Peacock Bass in these lagoons is to cast using shallow running floating and diving plugs. There are not so many lakes in the Amazon watershed as there are lagoons. Many of these lagoons are seasonal...Read More
The Spotted Peacock Bass, along with all peacock bass, is a tough fighting fish. The Spotted Peacock Bass is a voracious predator and highly aggressive at defending its young, its territory and seeking out a meal. They feed...Read More
In 1984, the Spotted Peacock Bass was introduced to Florida water ways through the official state game and wildlife program. The Spotted Peacock Bass prefer still waters of the Amazon watershed in rivers and lagoons, but will...Read More
Lipless rattling crank baits are a favoured lure in open water fishing conditions with blue and silver working best. Catching Spotted Peacock Bass in the summer is the best season and what makes the attributes that make summer...Read More
Being voracious, their primary diet as adults consists of other fishes with most of them being minnows or other small fish. The Spotted Peacock Bass (Cichla temensis) is a highly desirable game fish well-known for its aggressive...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.