Notably Missing: Lake Okeechobee

Discussion in 'Fishing Reports - Out of State' started by Blackdfl, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. Blackdfl


    March 2008 - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission released their list of recommended destinations for anglers looking for the thrill of catching freshwater bass. According to the latest national statistics, there are more than 30 million anglers,10 million of whom specifically pursue freshwater bass. Florida has four species of freshwater or black bass: largemouth, spotted, Suwannee and shoal. Of the four, largemouth bass are by and large the most common bass in Florida, since they can be found in abundance in most of Florida’s 10,550 miles of rivers, streams and creeks or in its 7,000-plus lakes.

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