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Lake Miccosukee Fishing
Lake Miccosukee is a sizeable swampy prairie lake in northern Jefferson County, Florida, located east of Miccosukee’s settlement. A small portion of the lake, its northwest corner, is located in Leon County. The small town of Miccosukee, Florida, is located on the lake’s northeastern shore in Leon County a stone throw from Tallahassee.
Lake Miccosukee is a reservoir located just 6.5 miles from Monticello, in Jefferson County, near Lois, FL.
Most anglers will find various fish, including redfin pickerel, largemouth bass, warmouth, bullhead, bream/bluegill, catfish, carp, crappie, and gear here. This lake allows excellent opportunities to catch fish using fly fishing, Spin fishing, or Baitcasting techniques. Don’t hesitate to use your favorite rod and reel and head out to Lake Miccosukee.
Join us as we discuss the Florida Fishing License options, fishing rules, and fishing regulations. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active. Read on the web all the information.
Things to Do in the Area
Swimming not an ideal activity for families wanting a summer fun on the water. Leon County host Lake Miccosukee and also borders Jefferson County. Sinkholes have controlled the history of the north end of the lake.
The Miccosukee is a natural prairie lake, low-level, shallow water that will occasionally dry up during dry weather spells. Plants to grow well in the drying lakebed in the nutrient-dense soil.
Four large prairie lakes exist in Florida, consisting of Lake Miccosukee, Lake Iamonia, Lake Jackson, and Lake Lafayette.
Home to plenty of alligators and prime hunting on Lake Miccosukee. The area offers excellent ducks and locations for local outdoorsmen.
Interestingly, many endangered plant species – Miccosukee Gooseberry – are in only three places in the world. The lake has two locations on its shoreline that is home to the endangered gooseberry.
In the City of Monticello, there are an easily accessed fishing dock and boat ramp for the lake located on the US 90.
Madison Blue Springs:
USA Today voted it #1 Swimming location by kayaking, located off Road 6 in Madison County.
Lake Miccosukee excellent for enjoying kayaking, canoeing, fishing, scuba diving, or want to enjoy a leisurely day of swimming, bird watching, and tubing, Blue Springs has got you and your family covered. The grounds at Blue Springs have areas for picnicking, and pets are allowed on the premises.
Blue Springs flows from a 25-feet-deep cavern and into the Withlacoochee River. To date, 26,000 feet of extra caverns have been explored by professional scuba cave divers (don’t try it yourself).
Park hours are from sunrise to sunset most days of the year. An entry fee of $5 will be charged per vehicle.
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