Listed here are a few of the Main Lakes and Waterways that we Guide on if You didn’t see a waterway your interested in fishing give the office a call we Guide on almost all of the waters in Central Florida so more than likely we can get on that waterway and get a pole in your hand.

Lake Toho

-Lake Toho is located southeast of the city of Kissimmee. The Commission-made fish attractors built on the lake are very popular fishing spots. bass anglers may want to try around the mouth of Shingle Creek, and the shore lines around the lake.


Lake Monroe

-While visiting Orlando you don’t have to go very far to find quality bass fishing, Lake Monroe is 9,406 acres of premiere fishing, and Unlike other Lakes in central Florida, Lake Monroe has quietly produced Goliath fish under the radar.


Lake Kissimmee

-Lake Kissimmee has five islands. The biggest located in the south is Brahma Island. next in the north is Sturm Island, it is cut off from the mainland by a small waterway. the smaller islands Bird Island, Rabbit Island, Ox Island, are found in the eastern part of the lake.


Butler Chain of Lakes

-the Butler Chain of lakes provides great Bass fishing almost year round. The chain consists of eleven lakes. Lake Butler is the largest lake of the chain and has 1,665 acres of great bass fishing.


Johns Lake

-Johns Lake is located in North Park, northwest of Orlando, Florida. rated in the top 10 lakes in Florida. Largemouth bass are the primary species here but Crappie and Bluegill are also present.


Rodman Reservoir

-Rodman Reservoir is a premier Bass fishery in north Northeast Florida, it is 9,500 acres about 15 miles long. located south of Palatka off Hwy 19. The reservoir consists of flooded woodlands, flooded standing timber, and areas of floating and submersed vegetation.


St Johns River

-The longest river in Florida, at over 300 miles long, the St Johns River runs as some would say lazy cause of the slow current, fishing here varies from tranquil and relaxing to energetic and exciting. the river is credited with forming many of the surrounding lakes.


Lake Apopka

-Lake Apopka is located west of Orlando and mostly in Orange County, but the western part is in Lake County. The Lake has a history of more than 100 years of human alteration.