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Lake Ida Fishing

 Come discover the urban style of Lake Ida fishing, experience Lake Ida for trophy bass & Peacock bass with our professional guides or private boating on your own using Lake Ida Park facilities.


Located in Delray Beach is the huge Lake Ida Park which features some of the best freshwater fishing in Palm Beach County. Stocked with large-mouth bass, striped bass and other species, fishermen say nothing beats the urban

Lake Ida Bass Fishing

Lake Ida Bass Fishing

waters of Lake Ida. The number of bass for such a beautiful urban environment is simply fantastic. A few butterfly peacock bass have also found their way into this area, but the fishery continues to produce great large-mouth. Yes, the location does offer the opportunity to catch Peacock bass, but should not be the targeted species of choice. We have another location where they are much more abundant, so be sure to ask us about it.


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. There’s not another place in south Florida that’s more convenient and accessible to vacationers, business travelers or just local fishermen that want to learn how to fish the canal and lakes of South Florida. For more people, worms and crickets are the choice baits for pan fishing, although jigs and beetle spins will also work.

Lake Ida Peacock Bass Fishing

Lake Ida Peacock Bass Fishing

There is a bag limit for butterfly peacock and largemouth which posted at all of the ramps. When fishing for Peacock bass you are only allowed two fish per day,
only one of which may be over 17 inches. Butterfly peacock is sensitive to water temperatures below 60oF which makes them susceptible to periodic winterkills in the E-4 Canal system.


In addition to largemouth bass, bluegill, and Redear sunfish, central E-4 Canal anglers can also catch several exotic fishes including Oscars from South America, spotted tilapia from Africa, and Mayan cichlids from Central America.
These exotic species were illegally released and pose a threat to native species. Oscars spotted tilapia, and Mayan cichlids are all bream-shaped fishes.


Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have, go ahead and give this urban fishery a try. I know you will enjoy it.


To get detailed driving instruction to Lake Ida Park click here! For more information on its sister Lake, Lake Osborne click here!


  • Note nicely: Restrooms & picnic areas.
  • GPS: LK-IDA, 26.479668617, 080.0843077898


More detailed information on Lake Ida Fishing Park


ENTRANCE: 2929 Lake Ida Rd., Delray Beach, FL 33444


CLASS: District


ACREAGE: 209.26 Acres (includes Lake Acreage)


HOURS: Sunrise-Sunset




FACILITIES: Lake frontage (9,600 feet)


Fishing pier
Water skiing
Dog park
Lake observation platform
Volleyball area
Boat launching ramps: 2
Boat/trailer parking spaces: 43
Children’s play area
Reserved group picnic pavilion*: 2
Picnic areas with grills
Restroom facilities*
Parking spaces*: 367


*Meets some degree of ADA accessibility standards


LOCATION OF: Delray Beach Playhouse
INFORMATION: Delray Beach Playhouse:


Picnic pavilion rental:(561) 966-6611


General park information:(561)966-6600


Visit the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission for more detailed information.



We also have a full photo album and testimonials of the fish caught by our customers. If you are ready for the adventure of a lifetime, click here to book your Florida guides, or get detailed trip information.


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