For sportfishers everywhere, and freshwater addicts in particular, peacock bass are one of those “bucket list” species that keen anglers dream of. This group of tropical South American freshwater fishes are actually not bass at all, but are instead members of the Family Cichlidae. However, unlike the thousands of species of their close relatives the cichlids, angelfish, oscars, discus and tilapias of aquarium fame, peacock bass are desirable sportfish for several reasons. Firstly their size. Peacock bass are the largest of the cichlids, with some species growing to nearly a meter long. Anglers travel to areas off the Amazon River to try their luck and landing one that's truly trophy size.
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