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Thread: My friends first peacock bass

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    Default My friends first peacock bass

    Re:cast member Jon got a chance to go to Florida last week and he got himself a nice little peacock bass on a spinner bait. He will have a video of his trip soon so stay turned. Plus follow him on Instagram his name is in the picture




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    Nice those are cool fish,thier selling them now in a lot of pet stores,gonna see them soon in our lakes,I wonder if they can survive our mild winters? And no I’m not suggesting releasing them in our lakes,but I think it’s gonna be unavoidable.

    Cya Tuna Vic

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUNAVIC View Post
    Nice those are cool fish,thier selling them now in a lot of pet stores,gonna see them soon in our lakes,I wonder if they can survive our mild winters? And no Iím not suggesting releasing them in our lakes,but I think itís gonna be unavoidable.

    Cya Tuna Vic
    I dont think they are very cold tolerant and cant survive even in North Florida, so I was told last time I was down there. Same with Oscars, from my source, but I have caught those locally in So Cal, so who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwood View Post
    I dont think they are very cold tolerant and cant survive even in North Florida, so I was told last time I was down there. Same with Oscars, from my source, but I have caught those locally in So Cal, so who knows.
    What I read they don't like water under 65 degrees

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