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Today was kind of special for me, I took out my youngest angler in 25 years of guiding. Kai just turned 3 on Nov 15 and handled himself like a Little  Pro for 4 hrs. Pictures here is Myself and Kai holding his first Peacock Bass he caught himself on the first shiner.   As the day went on his courage built up to touching, then holding the fish by himself.   Pictured here is Clay Barker his daughter Ashley visiting for the holiday from South Africa and his Grandson Kai . Clay is the Director of Operations of “Fish to make a Difference” which I am proud to now be a member of. This is a non profit organization where we take children with cancer from the Joe DiMaggio Hospital out fishing . The goal for me is to put a smile on their faces and take them away from the daily routine of treatments they must to go through. God bless these Children. At the end of this day the family caught over 20 fish mostly Peacock Bass a few Mylans and some Largemouth Bass.

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What a day for Jacob and Sylwester originally from Poland now living in NY. These friends caught a total of 42 fish including Peacock Bass over 5 LB . Largemouth Bass to over 8 Lb caught by Jacob.  not to mention a few doubles.   A Mylan Cichlids and my first a stripe bass .     The fishing Buddies ended the day with this double.   They will be back again and considering The Amazon for the 20 lb monster Peacock Bass. Don’t miss out on the action and get out of the cold and join Hawghunter Guide Service and his staff of experienced guides. CALL NOW – 954-325-1115

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On Sunday I had a great trip with Dave Gould from Florida and his two sons Garret and Ty . The trio caught over 50 fish and 5 different species  Peacock bass, Large mouth Bass, a Snook , a Jack  & Cichlids. One things for sure the peacock do bite in the rain. The action was non stop all day.     Including 3 Doubles   Join us on your next trip to south Florida , “It ain’t just fishing” We are coming into our Peak season so book your Date’s soon , before the next angler Call – 954-325-1115

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The past three days I had return client Nelson Whitlock and his buddy Jason Waters from Delaware. Day 1 – We headed out to Miami for Peacock Bass Nelson stared the day off with two peacock bass, while Jason’s first was a Snook ,then a largemouth and next a Peacock bass to earn him a in-shore Grand Slam. By 11:30 the boys were hungry and tired from a later flight the night before and with 29 fish in the boat they thought it would be time for lunch. After another great lunch at Sonia’s and being exhausted they only fished a short time and catching another 3 peacock ‘s make a total of 32 , which made for a great banner day of fishing plus catch 5 different species.   Day-2 was an exceptional day as we fished The Everglades catching over 50 bass up to 6.10 LB. Most of the bass were caught on Gambler EZ swimmers any dark color and ace baits. The other were caught on spinner baits and jerk baits. Even I caught a nice one trying to stay out of their way, when the bites on it’s on.   Day 3 – With the amazement of how hard the peacock bass fight they wanted more action so off to another fishing hole for peacock bass. Surprising enough they caught 14 Largemouth and 9 peacock bass . “BUT” what made this a great Day for Nelson , was ay 9:40 am he hooked into the fight of his life and he circled the boat 4 time before landing his Trophy 5.10 LB. Male Butterfly Peacock Bass which made his trip. Nelson stated this fish fought more then his 9 LBer. he caught with me 4 years ago on Lake Okeechobee. Well needless to say the boys will be joining me next year in “The Amazon” for the monster 20 LB. Peacock bass. I am already taking reservations for next year. Go check out my site  www.amazonpeacockbasstrip.com 

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