Lake Jackson Florida & Lake Walk In Water Florida

Closest Town:  Lake Jackson, Florida

Lake Size:  4,004 Acres

Public Boat Access:  Many located around lake including:

Highway 27 Landing – Located off Hwy. 27

Sunset Landing – I-10 to Old Bainbridge Road go east on Old Bainbridge right on Lake Drive

Miller’s Landing – Meridian Road approximately 2 miles north of Timberlane intersection, turn west on Millers Landing Road

Faulk Landing – Highway 27 north to east on Faulk Drive

Crowder Landing – Highway 27 north of I-10 to east on Crowder Road

Rhoden Cove Landing – Meridian Road approximately 3/4 mile north of Timberlane intersection to west on Rhoden Cove Road

Lake Notes:  Specializing in Largemouth Bass, Bluegill and Shellcracker.

Lake Jackson Fishing Species

Lake Jackson Largemouth Bass

Lake Jackson Bass Fishing

Lake Jackson Bluegill

Lake Jackson Bluegill Fishing

Lake Jackson Shellcracker

Lake Jackson Shellcracker Fishing


Fishing Lake Jackson in Florida


Lake Walk In Water Florida


(Also known as Lake Weohyakapka)

Closest Town:  Alcoma, Florida

Lake Size:  7,532 Acres

Public Boat Access:  Located off S.R. 60 & Lake Walk-In-Water Rd in Frostproof

Lake Notes: Specializing in Largemouth Bass, Bluegill and Black Crappie. National reputation as an outstanding spot to catch largemouth bass. The lake also produces many trophy bass exceeding 10 pounds each year. A 15- to 24-inch slot limit regulation and a three-bass daily bag limit are in place to help maintain quality bass fishing. Typically, the best technique to catch trophy bass is to drift live wild shiners over hydrilla weed beds in the northern half of the lake. Angling techniques may have to be altered during 2005 because the 2004 hurricanes temporarily cleared most of the hydrilla from the lake. Pitching live wild shiners and flipping soft plastic baits in the bulrush (“buggy whips” or “round rush”) and cattails in the northern and eastern areas of the lake has been successful. Spinnerbaits should also produce bass in the bulrush and cattail stands. Bass were concentrated in these areas during the fall. Remaining hydrilla beds in the cove south of the boat landing will hold good numbers of fish as well. Topwater lures are also productive, particularly chuggers or the walk-the-dog types of baits. Bass should become less concentrated on the shoreline as off shore hydrilla beds grow back through the summer.


Lake Walk In Water Fishing Species

Lake Walk In Water Largemouth Bass

Lake Walk In Water Bass Fishing

Lake Walk In Water Bluegill

Lake Walk In Water Bluegill Fishing

Lake Walk In Water Black Crappie

Lake Walk In Water Crappie Fishing

Fishing Lake Walk In Water in Florida