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Freshwater Destinations

Lake Kissimmee

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Lake Kissimmee
 
Lake Kissimmee is one of the largest lakes in Florida, covering an area of 38,000 acres. It is a wildlife haven for many who visit there, as it is just as popular for bird watching and hiking as it is for fishing.

Lake Okeechobee

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Lake Okeechobee
 
Lake Okeechobee is the crown jewel of bass fishing in Florida. At 730 square miles, it is the largest freshwater lake in the state. Home to some of the biggest bass tournament series in the world.

Lake Panasoffkee

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Lake Panasoffkee
 
Located in beautiful Sumter County just south of Ocala, Lake Panasoffkee has undergone years of restoration projects by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to help improve habitat. All that effort has paid off as it is now a prime fishing destination.

Lake Tarpon

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Lake Tarpon
 
Lake Tarpon is rated one of the top ten bass lakes in Florida by the FWC fisheries biologists. The lake supports a healthy average of 2-4lb and hosts many tournaments every year.

Lake Tohopekaliga

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Lake Tohopekaliga
 
Located just a few minutes drive south of Orlando sits Lake Toho, a 22,000 acre-hotspot for black crappie, bluegill, shellcrackers, and trophy-sized largemouth bass.

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Saltwater Destinations

Biscayne Bay

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Biscayne Bay
 
When most people hear the word Miami, "fishing" is usually not the first thing that comes to mind. But amidst the beaches, nightlife, and sports & entertainment, there lies some of the best urban fishing in the country.

Boca Grande

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Boca Grande
 
As far as anglers are concerned, only two words are needed to describe Boca Grande, Florida: tarpon fishing. Nowhere on Earth is there as productive a fishing spot for tarpon as Boca Grande Pass.

Naples

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Naples
 
Naples is located on the south western side of Florida's pan handle just north of the Florida Everglades and Marco Island. The town is full of bays, inlets, ports and harbors. Being on the Gulf Coast, the opportunities for fishing are endless.

Pensacola Bay

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Pensacola Bay
 
Pensacola Bay is located near the Florida-Alabama border in the Western Florida Panhandle. It serves as an inlet to the Gulf of Mexico and meets up with Enscambia Bay to the north and Redfish Cove to the east.

Sarasota

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Sarasota
 
Sarasota is a picturesque city located on the southwest coast of Florida. Though it’s primarily known for its love for the arts, and its unique culture, fishing is wholly embraced by the community.

Tampa Bay

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Tampa Bay
 
Tampa Bay has plenty of sea grass, mud flats and mangrove wetlands that provide habitat for over 200 species of fish. Popular sportfish in the bay include tarpon, redfish, snook and spotted seatrout.