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Lake Kissimmee

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Lake Kissimmee is world famous for big largemouth bass and is one those lakes that can and will prove it self’s to be big fish lake.  Lake Kissimmee is in the heart of central Florida and runs from Lake Toho and flows down to Lake  Okeechobee both fisheries are notorious for Trophy Bass.

Lake Kissimmee is 34,948 acres and 3 rd largest Lake in Florida.  Its world famous for largemouth bass, the fishing pressure is fairly light due to the expanse of vegetation, and the many places for bass to hide out and ambush baitfish. It is entirely possible for a bass to live to a ripe old age without many encounters with anglers, since there are places which are impossible to reach with any conventional boat.  To reserve your professional guide today, contact Bass Fishing Central Florida.

Besides Largemouth Bass, you can find Bluegill, Black Crappie and Shell cracker.  Part of the Kissimmee Chain of lakes.  Expansive stands of native aquatic grasses at Philadelphia Point, North Cove and Brahma Island provide anglers with cover to flip plastic baits or slow-troll golden shiners for spawning bass during the winter and spring.  Rattling crankbaits, soft jerkbaits and Texas- or Carolina-rigged plastic worms fished in open-water or along edges of vegetation are productive during summer and fall.  Fly fishermen have good success wade fishing along the miles of shoreline on Lake Kissimmee.  Lake Kissimmee is rich with wildlife, including bald eagles, white tailed deer, bobcats and turkeys.

There are many Public Boat Access around the lake:

Joe Overstreet Ramp
4900  Overstreet Rd.
Kenansville, FL 34739
*Two ramps with easy access to Lake Kissimmee

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