Florida Fishing Regions
This 100-acre Fish Management Area six miles southeast of New Port Richey on CR 587 provides good bass and bluegill fishing. A boat ramp is located at the park; however, no bank access is available.
A boat ramp facility about 5 miles west of Dade City with bank fishing access is located near I-75 and US Hwy. 41 off Townsend House Rd., one mile south of Dan Brown Rd. Good bass, bluegill, and crappie fishing.
Boat and pier access is available at the park located off Shady Hill Rd., six miles east of Port Richey and two miles north of SR 52. This 700-acre lake has good bass and panfish angling.
A fishing pier and canoe launch are provided to this scenic river at a park located at the end of River Road, east of Dade City. Aquatic plants frequently interfere with navigation. Bass, panfish and catfish are abundant.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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