The water body lies in the Dr. Phillips Ridge division of the Central Lake District in Orlando, Florida. Also known as Big Sand Lake!
Big Sand Lakes fishing specializes in largemouth bass, bluegill, and big black crappie. The nearby Bultler Chain, also known as the Windermere Chain, resulted from sinkholes formed by eroding Limestone known as Karst topography. Rainwater is the primary water source: a vast 4,720 acres and some spots as deep as 40 feet. Eleven inter-connecting lakes make up the beautiful Sand Lake chain of lakes. The Chain has regulations while operating a motor boat and has a speed limit to protect shorelines and the Lake’s ecosystem. You can expect to catch Bluegill, shellcracker, bullhead catfish, crappie, and lunker bass at this location.
Big Sand Lake is one of the best-kept secrets in Orlando for fishing; the water gin clear a combination of underwater grass and shoreline grass that produce very well. The secret is the offshore structure in which the local knowledge is worth its weight in gold.
Big Sand Lake Location
Big Sand Lake can be found on the Lake Jessamine topo map. Big Sand Lake is a lake in Orange County in the Orlando, Florida, area. The latitude and longitude coordinates for this lake are 28.4300, -81.4881, and the altitude is 92 feet (28 meters).
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