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Old 11-12-2015, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My Black Friday tradition is to fish every morning. Since I'll probably not fish the lower Illinois river ever again cuz of my divorce, I'm gonna fish elsewhere. I got a week in south Florida around thanksgiving. How and where do I catch peacock bass? What lures work for them? Where's a great place to eat Cuban sandwiches? Is Barack Obama a Muslim? Do Mexican chicks really enjoy morriseys music? Help!
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I was given recommendations by a local for three Titusville area guides recently.

Don Hutson 407-247-2407
Randy Dumar 407-908-8498
Jamie Glasner 321-652-5903

Check it out and let us know what you come up with. I was interested in Sea Trout and Redfish but I'll bet these guys can advise on Peacock Bass.
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I have heard virtually any canal will have peacocks.
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I have heard virtually any canal will have peacocks.
This is also my understanding. I haphazardly tried convincing my Dad to take a trip there for one of my winter breaks to catch peacocks but the more I researched it seemed like the consensus was that the colder months can be more difficult. Most of Florida is already too cold for them . That's why they don't get to the massive size they reach in South America. Post some pics if you get into a few.
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This is also my understanding. I haphazardly tried convincing my Dad to take a trip there for one of my winter breaks to catch peacocks but the more I researched it seemed like the consensus was that the colder months can be more difficult. Most of Florida is already too cold for them . That's why they don't get to the massive size they reach in South America. Post some pics if you get into a few.
Pretty nice info right there. I guess global warming is all relative, eh?
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