A lot of good things going on in and around the city's of South Florida despite the bad weather and high water conditions we have had this rainy season (which is coming to an end).

Topwater plugs like Baby Torpedoes, Pop R's and Zara spooks are leading the way in the Everglades canals providing fall time action including the occasional schooling up activity.

The city canals are in a total schooling up pattern with peacock bass and snook attacking everything moving, just have to get the baits to them!

Pictures from the last five days on the water:

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Oh well Ted, they all can't be big! Lot's of jumping action in many of the canals! It's fall time, the weather is finally starting to cool a bit and those of you who like the topwater bite this is it! The next two month's should be perfect, call me toll free at 877-966-2275 or on my cell phone at 954-609-3671. Let's go fishing!!!!!!!

Tight lines,

Alan Zaremba
Worldwide Peacock Bass

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