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FLORIDA BASS FISHING LAKES

LAKE OKEECHOBEE

The lake is approximately 37 miles long by 30 miles wide, totaling over 730 square miles with an average depth of only 10 feet. To fishermen nationwide, it’s renowned for the number of bass it contains per acre. Lake Okeechobee also produces more bass over 7 pounds than any lake in Florida and the United States.

FLORIDA EVERGLADES

Everglades continue to provide shelter, not only for diverse wildlife but also for the sensitive yet integral wetlands ecosystem in which they live. Called pa-hay-okee (grassy water) by the Seminoles, the Everglades is a wide expanse of mostly sawgrass, hammock-peppered land that extends from Lake Okeechobee in the north to Florida Bay in the south.

LAKE TOHO

Similar to most of the Florida lakes medium to large Wild Shiners are the best producers for trophy fish. However, many lunkers are taken on soft plastics, Carolina rigs, Rat’l Traps, crankbaits, soft plastic jerk baits, and suspending hard plastic jerk baits are one of the favorites of the local fishermen. To read about what’s hot when Lake Toho fishing checks out these Lake Toho Fishing Reports.

LAKE OSBORNE

Lake Osborne is a 356-acre water body located in Palm Beach County. Aquatic vegetation consists of cattail, spatterdock, and hydrilla. Nine fish attractors have been constructed on the lake and are marked with buoys. Fish present in Lake Osborne include largemouth bass, sunshine bass, black crappie, bluegill, redear sunfish, catfish, and Mayan cichlids.

LAKE IDA

While there’s not abundant wildlife and colorful bird section like the Everglades has to offer, there is plenty of fish which are quickly accessible from most of the southeast coast and especially Palm Beach. Live bait, as well as artificial lures, work most all year round and because of the remote location, it is well protected from most fail weather which would normally interrupt your day of fishing. 

LAKE KISSIMMEE

Lake Kissimmee is a 34,948-acre lake located 40 miles south of Orlando and 18 miles east of Lake Wales. Late spring/early summer can be a good time to enjoy some outstanding success while fishing for bass on Lake Kissimmee. Warmer water temperatures during this period will help increase bass foraging activity which should relate to good fishing. 

LAKE WALK ON WATER

Don’t be surprised if you have not heard of this lake, you will start hearing more about Lake Weohyakapka (A.K.A. Lake Walk In Water), Polk County’s largest body of water and “best kept fishing secret”. While conversation among anglers frequently center on lakes like Okeechobee, Kissimmee, Toho and the Everglades

STICK MARSH

Don’t be surprised if you have not heard of this lake, you will start hearing more about Lake Weohyakapka (A.K.A. Lake Walk In Water), Polk County’s largest body of water and “best kept fishing secret”. While conversation among anglers frequently center on lakes like Okeechobee, Kissimmee, Toho and the Everglades

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