Targeting Black Acara

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Addicted_Cichlid
Targeting Black Acara

First of all hello forum! I love micro fishing and ive kinda been doing it for a while now

Around 6 months ago i caught a beautiful black acara at a canal by my moms house but i havent been able to catch another one since and even worse that same canal is under construction :(

What is the best bait i can target them with? I learned raw dough is good and chunks of worms but i dont have money to blow on worms.. Dough is the cheaper route

And does anyone have any amazing black acara fishing sites? I would greatly appreciate any feedback from the micro fishing community

Addicted_Cichlid
Margate coral springs north lauderdale tamarac

Forgot to add where im from

pmk00001
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I'm far from an expert but

I'm far from an expert but you might want to try poking around ditches and places like that.....its been a while since South Florida has had a major exotic fish kill and I think the Acrara gets pushed into shallow water ditches and swamps once the Peas and Mayans population explodes.

Bread should work fine.

Addicted_Cichlid
Thanks

Its hard to catch anything that isnt a spotted tilapia or myan cichlid.. Thanks for your thoughts