Sport Fishing
Florida Keys
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Destin
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Naples
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Fort Lauderdale
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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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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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Suwannee River Fishing

The Suwannee River is a wild river that flows 213 miles into the Gulf of Mexico, and is the only major waterway in the southeastern U.S. that is still unspoiled. The Suwannee River features great fishing for Largemouth Bass and the native Suwannee Bass that can be caught using crawfish, plastic worms, lizards, and metallic crank baits. On cooler days try fishing along hard structure like wood or rocks near cover. The best time for bass fishing on the Suwannee River is typically January-April. Use small float-diving lures and purple or black plastic worms for best results. Fish around the shoreline and fallen trees or stumps. Redbreast sunfish are by far the most abundant game fish in the Suwannee River and are easily caught on small spinners fished near fallen trees and stumps. Another good method is to use a long limber cane pole and crickets. Fish along the shoreline as the current takes you downstream. Local anglers call this "throw fishing" with peak times being May-September. You can also catch Bluegill, Crappie, Shellcracker, Spotted Sunfish, and Catfish on the Suwannee River.

 

 

 

Suwannee River Boat Ramps

 

White Springs Boat Ramp - Located off Hwy. 100/Hwy. 41

 

Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of Blue Springs Rd.

 

Hardenburg Boat Ramp - Located at the end of NE Pecan Ave. on NE River Rd.

 

Ivey Memorial Park Boat Ramp - Located off SW Ivey Memorial Park Dr.

 

Dorothy Land Hatchbend Ramp - Located at the end of State Hwy. 138(SE Creek 490)

 

Hirsch Landing Boat Ramp - Located off SE Foster Dr.(Vicky Guynn Way)

 

Rocky Bluff Boat Ramp - Located at the end of Cedar Ln.

 

Wannee Landing Boat Ramp - Located at the end of SW 80th Ave.

 

Turner Point Landing Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of NE 453 Ave.

 

Hart Springs County Park Boat Ramp - Located off SW 90th Ave.

 

Sapp Landing Boat Ramp - Located at the end of SW 70th St.

 

Joe H. Anderson Park Boat Ramp - Located off River St.

 

John O. Green Park Boat Ramp - Located at the end of SE 230 Ave.(317C)

 

 


Florida Fishing Trips