Fishing Charters – Dead Lakes

As far as fish are concerned, the Dead Lakes are anything but “dead”

The age-old Cypress and Tupelo trees that stand guard in the Dead Lakes hold a lot of secrets . . and they also shelter a lot of fish.

The Dead Lakes eco system is a haven for bass, crappie, and bream (blue gills, red breasted, and warmouth to name a few) and the still, tannic water gives the fish there a deeper darker trophy like coloration.

We’ll navigate the stumps while you hit it with your fly rod, bream buster, rod-and-reel or even a cane pole.  No matter your choice of weapon (fishing gear) you’ll have plenty of room on our 25’ quad fish pontoon boat— you’ll be just fine in comfortable fishing chairs, no trouble standing, and all-day shade.

We can take up to 6 guests.

Half Day trips leave at 8:00am and return at Noon or leave at 1:00pm and return at 5:00pm – $400

We’ll pick you up at the Dead Lakes Boat Landing – located off Highway 71 just north of Wewahitchka at the end of Gary Rowell Road. You might need to use a map the first time, just sayin’.

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