Lake Osborne Fishing
Lake Osborne Fishing for trophy bass and bluegill with a professional fishing guide.
Experience true urban fishing on the Lake Osborne chain. Located in Lake Worth, Florida just minutes from the West Palm Beach Airport and beautiful Palm Beach Beaches. It produces fine catches of largemouth bass. Lake Osborne is located just west of I-95 on Lake Worth road. Ideal for a local get-a-way or taking a few minutes away from your hectic work schedule.
Most of the lakes edges are coved with Eelgrass and hydrilla which provides good cover to target largemouth bass moving in and out of the shorelines. Live shiners free-lined in deep holes and around the edges of vegetation is a big producer for largemouth bass.
Lake Osborne largemouth will hit many of the popular lures such as topwater baits, spinnerbaits, and
plastic worms worked during early morning hours and late afternoon. Bluegill and redear sunfish (shellcracker) fishing is almost always good and especially during the spring months.
Such fishing tranquility can be hard to find in such urban areas during the week. On the weekends Lake Osborne is a popular spot for fishing and water sports. Sure, you can catch bass and panfish in Lake Osborne and canal system on a pretty Sunday. But the experience isn’t quite the same with speedboats, water-skiers and water scooters zooming by. One of the ways to escape the weekend crowds is with our guides, were we find smaller lakes and canals that attach them selves to the Osborne system that do not see the pressure the main lake does.
Lake Osborne, which includes Limpkin Lake and Custard Apple Slough, encompasses approximately 400 acres. It is part of the system of once natural freshwater lakes lying along the western slope of the coastal ridge in Palm Beach County. This lake system has been greatly impacted by human activities. It has been extensively modified and reduced in size by dredge and fill activities from urban/residential development. Several lakes were completely filled and built upon. The lakes were probably dredged during canal construction in the 1920s or earlier. It is likely that filling of the
adjacent wetlands for residential construction occurred at the same time or later. Limpkin Lake and its oxbow were dredged for fill in the 1960s, and additional dredging occurred in the north lobe of Lake Osborne in the 1970s.
More Detailed Information of Lake Osborne Fishing Park
In addition, John Prince Park offers an ecotourism destination for visitors seeking a natural experience where they can enjoy and learn about this ecosystem. Here’s some detailed information about the Park that surrounds lake Osborne.
2700 6th Ave. S., 4759 S. Congress Ave., 2520 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, Fl 33461
ACREAGE: 726.36 Acres (Includes 338 Lake Acres)
HOURS: Sunrise-Sunset, Lighted Facilities Open Until 11pm
Lake frontage (35,200 feet)
Boat launching ramps: 4
Boat/trailer parking spaces*: 58
Fishing pier: 2
Softball fields*: 3
Tennis courts*: 6
Volleyball areas: 6
Children’s play areas (1 accessible area)*: 9
Golf center concession*: 1 (driving range/miniature golf/pro shop/batting cages)
Bocce court: 1
Bicycle path: (5 miles
Exercise trail: 20 stations/1.4 miles
Wheelchair trail: 15 stations/0.5 miles
Interpretive nature trail: 0.5 miles
Camping (R.V./tent sites): 266
office hours: 7:00am-9:30pm
Reserved group picnic pavilions*: 5
Reserved group picnic area*: 1
Picnic areas with grills: 6
Parking spaces (36 accessible spaces)*: 1,533
*Meets ADA accessibility standards
Golf center and batting cages: (561)642-7596
Ball field permits: (561)966-6620
Picnic pavilion rental: (561)966-6611
General park information: (561)566-6600
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