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Palm Beach is also at the center of an epic freshwater fishery. Places like Lake Ida hold traditional favorites such as Largemouth Bass and Bluegill, but also expand into more recent global favorites such as Peacock Bass, Cichlids, and Clown Knifefish. Swamp to Sea offers these charters on both fly and light tackle, so no matter your bucket list fish and how you want to get it, Swamp to Sea has the locations, equipment, and most importantly the expertise to make that dream a reality.
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Possibly the most popular game fish in Florida is the snook and palm beach county is home to a large population of snook of all sizes. Whether its big inlet snook in the summer, pitching 2lb mullet around seawalls in the fall during the mullet run or fishing docks and bridges year round with artificial or fly there is always something about the big linesiders that stir your dreams anytime you're not chasing them.
For saltwater fishing, not much beats the fishery located in Palm Beach, Florida. The inshore fishery can get you on all of the Florida favorites. This includes Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Jack Crevalle, and even Bonefish. As you venture further out into the nearshore waters you can expect pelagic and bottom-dwelling species to fill your day with drag screaming excitement. Palm Beach is along the portion of the Florida coastline that is close to the Gulf Stream. To add to this, there is a massive inter-coastal water system and various other outlets that feed directly into this fishery. This combination means that many species of fish frequent this area of Florida, and this opens the doors for you to enjoy many of the Florida staples when planing your Palm Beach fishing charter.
Palm Beach, Florida is at the center of one of Florida's best fishing destinations. Swamp to Sea Guide Service has plugged into all of the local favorites including both freshwater and saltwater fishing on both fly and light tackle. From Tarpon, Snook and even Bonefish to Largemouth Bass, Peacock Bass, and other exotics - Your guide Captain Patrick Smith is your local Palm Beach fishing pro. So, no matter whats on your charter fishing agenda, Swamp to Sea and Captain Smith have a trip tailored just for you!
The Florida Peacock Bass was introduced into the South Florida freshwater system in 1984. After 10 years of study, Florida officials introduced both the Butterfly Peacock Bass and Speckled Peacock Bass to the southern region of that state to prey on other non-native species. From the beginning local anglers became obsessed with catching these aggressive and amazing looking fish.
Palm Beach Country resides southeast of Lake Okeechobee, right along Florida's east coast. Here, you will find bass fishing hotspots such as Lake Ida, Lake Osborne, several adjoining lakes, and the south Florida canal system. This chain of freshwater fisheries house some of the best bass fishing on the planet. This is due to abundant food sources, quality water supplies, and a diverse ecosystem.