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Irish_Bassman

im goin to the wachula area next tuesday...

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is there anyone around there that knows a few places to try out for some decent bass action? im meeting up with a buddy of mine from the navy and we are trying to get some fishing in. ive heard the peace river is one place to go, but im not sure what to expect. anyone have any insight? thanks in advance!

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Your right by Lake Istapoka off 27, great Lake, and a little further is Walk On Water a small lake full of Hawgs.

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2nd vote for Istapoga.

The water's hot though...last I was there it was 94 in the afternoon.  Fish deep and slow.

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Might be nobody responded because they were'nt quite sure where you were going. I am familiar with Wauchula, Florida. I think the lakes that others might be referring to are Lake Istokpoga, and Lake Walk-In-Water, (Lake Weohyakapka).

For the fellow that saw 94 degree water on Istokpoga - you might want to get that temp sensor checked out.

Back to the question at hand: Lots of lakes in the Wauchula area including a gem right there in Sebring. Peace river is a great canoeing spot, but not so good for bass fishing.

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At 345 pm, surface temp was 94.  It was crazy hot.  

No need to have it checked out.  ;)

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Bro,the surface temp in Sante Fe,was 87 deg.F. SAT at 1:00 pm.SO water temp in the 90's is not so far fetched,I also noticed that down about 4-5 ' the temp was in the high 70's

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