TALLAHASSEE FISHING CHARTERS

Tallahassee Fishing Charters
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WELCOME TO TALLAHASSEE FISHING

Tallahassee is the largest city in Leon County in state of Florida. It’s the largest city in the region of North Florida with plenty of fun things to do. Some of the best fishing in Florida is right here just minutes from downtown Tallahassee. Tallahassee is home to the University of Florida State, one of the nation’s largest universities. If you’re here during the fall, you won’t want to miss one of FS’s football games, but while here you have got to get out and catch on the area’s big trophy bass. Tallahassee, is the State of Florida Capital and majority of the community is located on the southeast side of Tallahassee which is the area bass fishing is also highly rated.

Florida’s famous saltwater fishing on the east coast and west coast are not that far to experience, Cedar Key is to the west about 1 hour drive, and Flagler Beach to the east about 1.5 hours drive to intercoastal waterways. But why go to the coast if you’re looking for big bass. The area has great fisheries like Lake Talquin and Lake Jackson. The great part about bass fishing is you’re bending poles and stretching lines on huge bass and crappie if you wish. The bass fishing in Tallahassee is known as some of the best in the state of Florida and offers some of the most diverse fishing opportunities anywhere.

Looking for HUGE bass?  Tallahassee is world renown for some of the largest bass and crappie. They run so big, they call them toads. With shallow & deep, lakes and rivers the Tallahassee area has a lot going on. Read options below for all your choices in Tallahassee bass fishing charters.

Florida’s famous saltwater fishing on the east coast and west coast are not that far to experience, Cedar Key is to the west about 1 hour drive, and Flagler Beach to the east about 1.5 hours drive to intercoastal waterways. But why go to the coast if you’re looking for big bass. The area has great fisheries like Lake Talquin and Lake Jack