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Here’s where you can catch some Serious Bass.

STICK MARSH/FARM 13

RESERVOIR

Created in 1987, the Stick Marsh/ Farm 13 Reservoir is synonymous with trophy bass fishing. This 6,500-acre reservoir near Fellsmere, east of Vero Beach, became one of the hottest bass lakes in the country during the past decade. Anglers can locate bass in or near hydrilla.

The regulation for largemouth bass is catch and release. Facilities include a two-lane boat ramp, paved parking lot, picnic pavilions and restrooms. No gasoline, food, ice or other facilities are available on site.

LAKE KISSIMMEE

The 34,948-acre lake is between Lake Wales and Yeehaw Junction in central Florida. In 1996 the FWC revitalized 24 miles of shoreline, resulting in increased numbers of largemouth bass. Expansive stands of vegetation (maidencane, bulrush, knotgrass) account for excellent catches of bass. Six fish camps, one state park and three public boat ramps are available at Lake Kissimmee. Wade fishing is a popular method used by many anglers, and access is provided at some of the fish camps and boat ramps.

WEST LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA

Bordering the city of Kissimmee to the south, the 18,810-acre West Lake Tohopekaliga has long been a popular bass fishing lake for both recreational and tournament anglers.

Due to the near record rainfall last December, the FWC has postponed a lake drawdown to help remove bottom sediments and stimulate native vegetation. Keep posted as to the current status of this project through local media and the FWC Web site.

RODMAN RESERVOIR

Rodman Reservoir, east of Gainesville and south of Palatka, covers 9,500 acres of prime largemouth bass habitat, enhanced by stumps, aquatic vegetation and periodic drawdowns. Strong year classes of largemouth bass are produced following drawdowns, which allow a higher percentage of fish to reach trophy sizes.

Access to Rodman is available at several locations. Among the most popular are Eureka east and west off C.R. 316, Rodman Recreational Area west of State Road 19 and Orange Springs Recreational Area, Cypress Bayou (Paynes Landing) and Kenwood Landing off State Road 315.

LAKE TARPON

Lake Tarpon is a 2,500-acre lake near Tampa/St. Petersburg in Pinellas County. Most fish range from 12 to 16 inches long, although quality and trophy fish are present in good numbers.

There are two public boat ramps within county parks. Anderson Park boat ramp is on the west shore, off U.S. 19. Chestnut Park boat ramp is on the east side of the lake, off County Road 611. Some bank access is available in both parks. Boardwalks and piers serve as excellent fishing locations.

LAKE WEOHYAKPKA

Lake Weohyakapka, commonly known as Lake Walk-in-Water, is a 7,532-acre lake off State Road 60 south of Orlando, east of Lake Wales. A 15-to 24-inch slot limit regulation with a three-bass daily bag limit is in place to help maintain quality bass fishing. Anglers may keep three bass per day, either under or over the protected slot range, of which only one bass greater than or equal to 24 inches is allowed. A public ramp is located on Boat Landing Road, which runs east off of Walk-in-the-Water Road. There is little access for bank fishing.

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LAKE ISTOKPOGA

Bass anglers who fish the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes to the north and Lake Okeechobee to the south should not overlook the 28,000-acre Lake Istokpoga, Florida’s fifth largest natural lake.

Lake Istokpoga has a 15-to-24-inch slot limit for bass with a three fish daily bag limit, of which only one bass may be 24 inches or longer. All residents between 16 and 65 years of age and all non-residents are required to have a fishing license. Several fish camps and four public boat ramps provide access to the lake.


EVERGLADES WATER

CONSERVATION AREAS I AND II

Everglades Water Conservation Areas are marshlands bordered by canals. Area 2 has 210 square miles of marsh, and Area 3 contains 730 square miles of marsh. Originally designed for flood control and water supply, the area provides excellent bass fishing.

The best fishing usually occurs in spring when dropping water levels concentrate fish in the canals. April is the peak month, with angler catch rates as high a 4.1 bass per hour in the L-67A Canal.

A no-consumption advisory for bass is in effect in these areas due to high levels of mercury. Because of this, most fish are released, which has resulted in anglers catching many 2- to 5-pound bass and an occasional 9- to 10-pounder.

The L-67A and L-35B are two popular canals in the area for fishing. The L-67A Canal has access at the north end at Holiday Park, off U.S. 27, where camping and boat rentals are available.

At the south end, it can be accessed at the S-333 water control structure off Tamiami Trail (State Road 41). The L-35B Canal access is at Sawgrass Recreation Area, off U.S. 27, and has boat rentals. Boat ramps are available at all three sites.

I guess you just hook a sub or something! I would of thought the water would damage them though.

Rodman 10.40 boat
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