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Naples
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Sarasota
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Ten Thousand Islands
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Charlotte Harbor
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Everglades
lakes
Lake Okeechobee
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Lake Kissimmee
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Lake Toho
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Lake George
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Kissimmee Chain of Lakes
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Lake Talquin
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Lake Istokpoga
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Lake Harris
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Lake Seminole
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Crescent Lake
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Lake Walk In Water
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Deer Point Lake
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Lake Apopka
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Rodman Reservoir
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East Lake Toho
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Lake Monroe
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Harris Chain of Lakes
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Lake Panasoffkee
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Blue Cypress Lake
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Lake Poinsett
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Farm 13/Stick Marsh
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Orange Lake
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Lake Tsala Apopka
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Lake Lochloosa
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Lake Harney
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Lake Eustis
rivers
Indian River
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Suwannee River
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St. Johns River
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Escambia River
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Apalachicola River
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Ocklawaha River
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Withlacoochee River
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Ochlockonee River
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Choctawhatchee River
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Peace River

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Biscayne Bay Fishing

Biscayne Bay is a 35 mile long lagoon near Miami that connects to the Atlantic Ocean. The North Bay of Biscayne Bay separates Miami Beach on its barrier island from the Miami mainland. The Central Bay is the largest part of the Bays and is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a series of shallow flats. The South Bay of Biscayne Bay is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the most northern Florida Keys, and is connected to Florida Bay through channels and sounds lying between the Florida mainland and Keys. Biscayne Bay features world class fishing in the Miami area for a variety of species including; Bonefish, Tarpon, Snook, Permit, Shark, Redfish, Grouper, Snapper, Barracuda, and more. The Biscayne Bay flats provide a perfect habitat for trophy fish year round including some of the biggest catches of Bonefish in the world.

 

 

 

Biscayne Bay Map

 

 

 

Biscayne Bay Boat Ramps

 

Barry Kutun Boat Ramp - Located off Purdy Ave. in Miami Beach, FL

 

Black Point Park Boat Ramp - Located off SW 246th St.

 

Haulover Marina Boat Ramps - Located off Collins Ave.

 

Homestead Bayfront Park Boat Ramp - Located off North Canal Drive

 

Legion Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of NE 64th Street

 

Matheson Hammock County Park Boat Ramp - Located off Matheson Park Rd.

 

Morningside Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of NE 55th Terrace

 

Pelican Harbor Park Boat Ramp - Located off NE 79th Street

 

Kenneth M. Myers Bayside Park Boat Ramp - Located off S. Bayshore Dr.

 

Watson Island Park Boat Ramp - Located off MacArthur Causeway

 


Florida Fishing Trips