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Ranked #2 in Bassmaster Magazine's 2018 List of Best Bass Lakes In Bassmaster's 2018 Best Bass Lakes revealed list, the Tennessee’s Chickamauga Lake took the No. 2 slot that year. Close to getting the No. 1 spot, as it also produced 40-plus-pound limits in 2018 spring. At that level, maybe the Chickamauga will actually take the #1 spot in 2019. Despite the loss of weeds on this 34,500-acre lake, the largemouth remain the biggest draw. Crappie are abundant and there are good numbers of channel catfish, sauger and bluegill. An impoundment of the Tennessee River created in 1940, Chickamauga Lake…
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Florida's Lake Kissimmee is Famous for Top Fishing At 35,000 acres, Lake Kissimmee is the 3rd largest lake in Florida with a reputation as one of its better lakes for fishing bass and panfish. The anchor of the Kissimmee chain of lakes, it’s the most remote of Florida's 10 largest, highly acclaimed bass waters. Over the years, the lake has given up thousands of largemouth bass of 10 pounds or more. Until the 1960s, historically high and low water levels occurred every 5 to 7 years, which helped maintain balanced plant communities and a hard sand bottom. Flood control introduced…
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Lake of the Ozarks is Famous for Dock Pattern Fishing Located in a section of the Ozark Fisheries in Camden County, Missouri, Lake of the Ozarks is one of the Midwest’s oldest and most productive fisheries in the Show-Me State. It has gained a well-earned reputation as a bass factory that routinely plays host to national, regional and local bass fishing tournaments. Interestingly, it is also recognized as one of the most developed lakes in the nation. Many local fishermen confine much of their fishing to the early morning and late evening hours, Monday through Thursday. If they fish on…
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Best Places to Fish in Florida: Fort Myers The Lee County area of southwest Florida includes Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Pine Island and Sanibel Island. The region is as close as one can get to a tropical paradise without leaving the United States. You can walk along the soft white sands of the wonderful beaches or swim in the crystal-clear warmth of the Gulf of Mexico. You can take in a show at a theater or watch water birds like ibis, herons and pelicans on their fishing excursions. More active types will dive on one of the areas many reefs…
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