Receiving lots of rain lately especially late evening and through the night. Water has risen few feet and water clarity is quite low. We've been catching peacock bass very close to shore in shallow water. Colors are pale as water temperature drops and sunlight not penetrating deep enough. Fear not as at the early stage when water temperature drops and clarity low peacock bass will be quite lethargic and need few days to adjust themselves to this condition. After a few days, peacock bass will start to 'see' back, staying close to shore and this will be very good time to catch the lunker ones!
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