The Paleoindians were among the first inhabitants to experience the benefits of the Aucilla River over 12,000 years ago. Today, the Aucilla River provides excellent fishing.
This blackwater cypress lake takes you to sinkholes, lilypads, under Capital Circle, and through mazes of cypress trees with an occasional airplane coming in for a landing or taking off.
One of the largest sinkhole lakes left in Tallahassee. Over 5,000 acres of diverse aquatic vegetation make the shallow waters the premier largemouth bass fishery.
Tallahassee offers a unique opportunity for inshore saltwater fishing due to it’s close proximity to the forgotten coast. The local waters are riddled with oyster bars and host a variety of species.