When the bass fishing gets good in Everglades canals, Capt. Alan Zaremba says that there’s no such thing as a bad cast. Just get your lure somewhere on the water and chances are excellent that you’ll get a bite. Canal fishing is good now and will only get better over the coming weeks. The reason is that water levels are dropping in the marshy interior of the Everglades, forcing bass and other species into the canals that crisscross the River of Grass.
“You can catch bass here year-round, but this is the time of year when you can catch a lot of bass. They’re concentrated, coming out of the marsh areas,” says Zaremba, of Hollywood, who specializes in guiding anglers for peacock bass in urban canals from Homestead to Lake Worth, but focuses on the Everglades this time of year.
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