Dead Lakes Fishing

Dead Lakes
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Fish in Dead Lakes

Bluegill
Crappie
Largemouth Bass
Redear Sunfish

Dead Lakes Fishing Reports

Bass and Panfish
The fishing has slowed as little as the bass are running a little bit slower. Sunfish are biting pretty well and will most likely continue to do so. The lake itself is amazing though and worth exploring even if the fish aren't biting.
2014-12-17 | sfjtomp

Fishing 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.

The Dead Lakes fishing map contains information about some of the best fishing spots this lake has to offer as well as the nearby cottages, campgrounds, and bait and tackle shops. The map also shows hotspots where our fishing junkies have caught lunkers and posted photos and stories. Below are the latest Dead Lakes fishing reports submitted by charter captains, fishing guides, cottage owners and other users who have recently been out on the lake.
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