Lake Blue Cypress Fishing Charters welcomes you in Lake Blue Cypress, located on the Treasure Coast of Florida around 20 miles west of Vero Beach, covers 6,555 acres land of prime central Florida.

Lake Blue Cypress is located at 27°45′15″N 80°44′37″W. It is the headwaters of the St. Johns River. The lake is 21 mi (34 km) in diameter and it’s around 6,500 acres (26 km²). It is in the west of Fellsmere, 11 miles away. Towards north is Palm Bay, to the west is Yeehaw Junction, and in the east is Fellsmere.

The bluish glow of the lake's cypress trees is the main factor for lake's name, as the morning sun reflects off the lake's surface.

The St. Johns stream, that flows northward quit 300 miles to Jacksonville and the Atlantic Ocean. The St. Johns River Water Management District owns most of the 21-mile bounds that are enclosed by 29,000 acres of marshes, swamps, and cypress forests.

The lake is around 3 miles wide and 7 miles long. The area is a division of the District's 150,000-acre reclamation project to reverse decades of pollution and restore marshes. Lake Blue Cypress is one among the cleanest within the St. Johns District and good area for Kayaking.

What about the fishing?

The average depth of Lake is about 8 to 9 feet, which allows for a good deal of water vegetation to grow. Though for swimmers it is not ideal, these aquatic conditions create great opportunities for bass fishing. As anglers gladly tell you that the Lake Blue Cypress is a fisherman's paradise: few of the cleanest water in Florida makes the perfect home for bluegill, catfish, chain pickerel, crappie, largemouth bass, shellcrackers, and warmouth.

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