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1. Port St. Joe Peninsula

Port St. Joe was unbelievable again this year both on our May trip and again in October.  Both short seasons brought with them sunny days, excellent eating and remarkable fishing with more numbers than any previous year recorded as of 2006 which was our first trip there.  If you love the ocean and want to try your hand at salt water fly fishing or salt fishing in general, this is the perfect place to getaway and soak up the sand and the surf. With the protected bay comes little waves unless its really windy but usually the water provides flat style fishing up to your knees in crystal blueish/green water 1000 yards from the shore!  Nothing is better than the fight of a big fish on a fly rod and Port St. Joe doesn't disappoint.  Whether we are throwing big popper patterns, tandem streamers, Clouser minnows or Zara Spooks, the fish are their and they are hungry.  Catch one and you will know you are salt water fishing quickly.  April and May have the chance to bring in a tarpon while the rest of the year we will catch reds, sea trout and Spanish mackerel in the bay.   Pompano, saltwater catfish, barracumbia and sharks can be caught in the surf on the ocean side of the peninsula.   

 

2. Wewa Lake "The Dead Lake" 

Wewa was a blast this last spring with numerous large mouth bass caught and released from its depths.  The Dead Lake has super dark water and its the ultimate bass fisherman's dream for freshwater Florida fishing. Covered with cypress trees, sunken stumps, weed lines, moving water, back channels and deep channels.  Normal bass patterns like poppers and Clouser Minnows do the trick with streamers also taking fish on the fly rod while spinner baits, jerk baits and Rapala's work well on bait casters and spin outfits.  Worm and lizard set ups all draw strikes on Wewa Lake as do live shiners.  Flatheads are taken in the channels usually just past snags and bream are also a common fish caught using beetle spins and wigglers on a ultra light.   

 

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