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, dead standing timber, submerged and partially submerged trees and stumps, water depths up to 30 feet deep. Submerged vegetation (hydrilla, coontail and eelgrass) is common. Draw downs are conducted three to four years on the reservoir for aquatic flora control and fish and wildlife habitat enhancement.
anglers will have success fishing with deep crank baits and Carolina-rigged worms. top water action should also be good along the flats anglers targeting largemouth bass can expect to experience excellent fishing using a variety of baits around Rodman. Black crappie anglers will have success using live minnows and/or jigs, Bream anglers can catch plenty of stocky warmouths using worms and grass shrimp to get the best results.RESERVE YOUR TRIP TODAY