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Lakes

Listed below are the best fishing lakes in North America. Our fishing community has rated these lakes as having the best fishing via their submitted fishing reports. To find more detailed information click on the lakes name. The lake page contains a fishing map with catch photos, fishing spots and other nearby features as well as fishing reports and general information about the lake.

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Lake Scugog


Only a short 45 minute drive from Toronto, Lake Scugog is a great option for Torontonians looking for good fishing close by. Located between Port Perry and Lindsey and accessible via Highway 7, it is in the Kawartha lakes region though not technically part of them. The Scugog River is the only outflow and connects to Sturgeon Lake.
Types Of Fishes : Bluegill, Bullhead, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch
Closest Cities : Clarington 25km, Whitby 28km, Oshawa 31km, Newcastle 36km, Newcastle 36km


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Baptiste Lake


19 km from Bancroft, Ontario anglers will find Baptiste Lake and will not be disappointed. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Baptiste Lake include Killaloe Station, Kawartha Lakes and Campbellford/Seymour. If Baptiste Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Hound Creek, Faraday Creek, Lunan Creek, McGarry Creek, Hudson Creek, Hamilton Creek, Leafield Creek, Bird Creek, Lighthouse Creek and Chainy Creek.
Closest Cities : Bancroft 19km, Killaloe Station 67km, Kawartha Lakes 87km, Campbellford/Seymour 91km, Peterborough 92km


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Blue Cypress Lake


Blue Cypress Lake is a beautiful scenic lake located inside the Blue Cypress Conservation Area. The shoreline of this lake is mainly cypress and spatterdock which offers fish many places to hide. The lake is over 6500 acres and has decent populations of largemouth bass, bluegills and catfish. Blue Cypress Lake, just 8 miles from Fellsmere, Florida, is a great place for anglers to land that monster fish. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Blue Cypress Lake include Sebastian, Grant-Valkaria and Palm Bay. If Blue Cypress Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Blue Cypress Creek, Padgett Branch, Cow Log Branch, Fort Drum Creek, Sixmile Creek, Jim Green Creek, Parker Slough, Sweetwater Branch, Boggy Branch and Wolf Creek.
Types Of Fishes : Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Redear Sunfish
Closest Cities : Fellsmere 8miles, Sebastian 17miles, Grant-Valkaria 18miles, Palm Bay 18miles, Orchid 20miles


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Crescent Lake


Crescent Lake is over 15,900 acres in size. Multiple access points are available off of highway 17 as well as private access from some of the many resorts on this lake. A great lake for largemouth bass, crescent lake also offers decent crappie fishing opportunities. Crescent Lake, just 1 miles from Crescent City, Florida, is a great place for anglers to land that monster fish. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Crescent Lake include Pomona Park, Welaka and Bunnell. If Crescent Lake doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Salt Creek, Bull Creek, Haw Creek, Little Haw Creek, Beecher Run, Middle Haw Creek, Hunter Branch, Mud Creek, Patty Wiggins Branch and Willow Cove Branch.
Types Of Fishes : Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass
Closest Cities : Crescent City 1miles, Pomona Park 6miles, Welaka 9miles, Bunnell 11miles, Pierson 15miles


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Dead Lakes


Dead Lakes is a beautiful lake located in Gulf county that covers 6,700 acres. The west arm of Dead Lakes is accessible via the Dead Lakes State Recreation Area off of State Route 71. The lake is filled with cypress stumps and boaters should be careful when operating watercraft. Fish in the lake include largemouth bass and bluegills. Dead Lakes, just 4 miles from Wewahitchka, Florida, is a great place for anglers to land that monster fish. Other near by cities where anglers can stop to get some food or get some bait near Dead Lakes include Blountstown, Bristol and Mexico Beach. If Dead Lakes doesn't satisfy, there are also multiple rivers, creeks, and streams near by. Some of these are Clark Branch, Brown Creek, Stone Mill Creek, Big Branch, Guardhouse Branch, Florida River, Right Prong Stone Mill Creek, Crooked Creek, Chipola River and Moccasin Slough.
Types Of Fishes : Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Redear Sunfish
Closest Cities : Wewahitchka 4miles, Blountstown 19miles, Bristol 20miles, Mexico Beach 21miles, Callaway 23miles


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