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Lake Mary - Upper and Lower


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Rating - Very_Good   

Sunday, Jun 16 2024
LOWER LAKE MARY: The day use area is open from 7am to 7pm daily. Campgrounds along the Lake Mary Road corridor are open. Reminder the daily bag limit is 4 trout per day and 4 Channel Catfish per day. Northern Pike are unlimited, but must be immediately killed or released. Only boats with a single 10 horsepower motor (or less) or a single electric motor are allowed on Lower Lake Mary. Fishing has slowed considerably as the aquatic vegetation growth increases. Boat anglers are finding the best success by targeting the pockets of open water between the weeds. Small lures (spoons like Kastmasters and inline spinners such as Joes flies), flies (#10 bead head Simi-seal leech in black, wine, and olive, # 14-18 zebra midge, soft hackles, elk hair caddis, and #12 prince nymph), and bait (powerbait and worms) are good choices for trout. UPPER LAKE MARY: Statewide limits apply for the fish species in Upper Lake Mary, check your regulations (page 6). The main boat launches are open, and an electronic fee system is now in place. Nearby Lakeview and Pine Grove Campgrounds are now open. Walleye and Northern Pike are likely transitioning from the inflow areas of the lake to cruising the shoreline of the lake in search of food. Target the edges of the weed line for Northern Pike and look for rocky shoreline and points for Walleye. Anglers have been catching very large Yellow Bass (rivaling the current state records) recently on crankbaits. We have been getting reports of anglers catching walleye trolling night crawler harnesses.

Sunday, Jun 16 2024



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Lake Mary - Upper and Lower

RECEIVE FISHING REPORT UPDATES!


Rating - Very_Good

LOWER LAKE MARY: The day use area is open from 7am to 7pm daily. Campgrounds along the Lake Mary Road corridor are open. Reminder the daily bag limit is 4 trout per day and 4 Channel Catfish per day. Northern Pike are unlimited, but must be immediately killed or released. Only boats with a single 10 horsepower motor (or less) or a single electric motor are allowed on Lower Lake Mary. Fishing has slowed considerably as the aquatic vegetation growth increases. Boat anglers are finding the best success by targeting the pockets of open water between the weeds. Small lures (spoons like Kastmasters and inline spinners such as Joes flies), flies (#10 bead head Simi-seal leech in black, wine, and olive, # 14-18 zebra midge, soft hackles, elk hair caddis, and #12 prince nymph), and bait (powerbait and worms) are good choices for trout. UPPER LAKE MARY: Statewide limits apply for the fish species in Upper Lake Mary, check your regulations (page 6). The main boat launches are open, and an electronic fee system is now in place. Nearby Lakeview and Pine Grove Campgrounds are now open. Walleye and Northern Pike are likely transitioning from the inflow areas of the lake to cruising the shoreline of the lake in search of food. Target the edges of the weed line for Northern Pike and look for rocky shoreline and points for Walleye. Anglers have been catching very large Yellow Bass (rivaling the current state records) recently on crankbaits. We have been getting reports of anglers catching walleye trolling night crawler harnesses.


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