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NW Winter Haven Chain of Lakes - Tags still swimming

Located in Polk County Florida, the Northwest Winter Haven Chain of Lakes is composed of eight extremely popular lakes and anglers can expect to use flipping plastic worms around the shoreline plants such as cattail and maidencane, as well as docks.

Acres: 6,000 total acres for the entire chain of lakes

Depth: Average depth 13 ft. (Maximum depth 30 ft.)

NOTE: The Northwest Winter Haven Chain includes Lake Jessie, Lake Idylwild, Lake Hartridge, Lake Conine, Lake Rochelle, Lake Haines, Lake Smart and Lake Fannie.

Boat Ramps:

  • Lake Haines Boat Ramp
    725 E Haines Blvd, Lake Alfred, FL 33850
  • Lake Conine Boat Ramp
    1600 Lucerne Park Rd, Winter Haven, FL 33881
  • Lake Rochelle Boat Ramp
    1155 S Lake Shore Way, Lake Alfred, FL 33850
  • Lake Conine Boat Ramp
    1600 Lucerne Park Rd, Winter Haven, FL 33881 NOTE: This boat ramp offers bank fishing opportunities
  • Lake Fannie Boat Ramp
    28.06816543442075, -81.68289965396781
    Ramp Directions: 3.7 miles west off of 1st Street at HWY 544 East; or 1.7 miles east of Old Lucerne Park Road; just before main entrance to the Wal Mart Distributing Office on Hwy 544 E, turn right.

Fishing Piers

  • Lake Hartridge
    20th St. NW
    Winter Haven, FL


Lochloosa Lake - Tags still swimming

Located in Alachua County, Lochloosa Lake has recently produced high numbers of trophy bass and offers a scenic alternative to it's popular neighbor (Orange Lake).  Flipping soft plastics around pads, the edges of grass, or along the shoreline should produce some monsters!

Acres: 5,809

Depth: Average depth 10 feet

Boat Ramp

  • Lochloosa Lake Park: 16204 SE 207 St, Lochloosa, FL 32640

Fishing Piers

  • Burnt Island Fishing Pier in Lochloosa WMA: End of Burnt Island Road. Turn west off of 301. Road is south of Lochloosa/north of Island Grove, FL

Fish Attractors

  • Brush/Cinder Block, 29.50932, -82.13638 (Built or reburb 24-Feb-21)
  • Brush/Cinder Block, 29.5119, -82.12016 (Built or reburb 24-Feb-21)


Lake Okeechobee - Tags still swimming

Lake Okeechobee is the second largest natural lake in the country, and the vast expanse of marsh makes bass fishing the BIG O an adventure. Big O Bass on a Big O Lake and a Big O Adventure for Big O Prizes!      

Acres: 467,000

Depth: Average depth 9 feet

Main Boat Ramps (others available)

  • Harney Pond Canal- Margaret Van de Velde Park
    Harney Pond Road, Okeechobee, FL 34974 
  • C. Scott Driver Recreational Area
    North off SR 78 west of Okeechobee, Okeechobee, FL 34974
  • Clewiston City Marina and Boat Ramp
    709 Hoover Dike Road, Clewiston, FL 33440
  • City of Belle Glade – Torry Island Public Boat Ramp
    Torry Island Road, Belle Glade, FL 33430

Fishing Piers

  • Lake Okeechobee Park
    2029 US-441, Okeechobee, FL 34972
  • Pahokee Marina   
    190 N Lake Ave, Pahokee, FL 33430
  • Harney Pond Canal - Margaret Van de Velde Park
    Harney Pond Road, Okeechobee, FL 34974


Lake Beauclair - Tags still swimming

On the border of Lake and Orange counties sits Lake Beauclair, one of the smallest systems in the Harris Chain of Lakes. For what it lacks in size, it makes up for in available habitat with abundant submersed and emergent vegetation for anglers to target, both inshore and offshore.

Acres: 1,126

Depth: Average depth 7 feet, maximum depth 13 feet

Boat Ramps

  • Trimble Park Ramp (Lake Beauclair)
    5702 Trimble Park Rd. Mt. Dora, FL 32757
  • Lake Jem Park (Apopka/Beauclair Canal)
    16141 County Rd. 448 Mt. Dora, FL 32757

Fishing Piers

  • Trimble Park
    5802 Trimble Park Rd. Mt. Dora, FL 32757


Porter Lake - ALL TAGS CAPTURED but still eligible for Pink Tag Chaser prizing

Porter Lake in Washington County has abundant vegetation, providing anglers plenty of opportunities to flip maidencane or work submersed weedlines with weedless soft plastic jerk baits.

Acres: 1,273

Depth: Maximum depth 25 feet

Boat Ramps

  • White Oak Landing
    4909 Porter Pond Rd Chipley, FL 32428
  • Tom Johns Landing
    4479 Thomas Drive Chipley, FL 32428



1st tag capture on each water wins:

  • $1,000 AFTCO
  • $1,000 888-BOAT-LAW
  • $500 Bass Pro Shops

2nd tag capture on each water wins:

  • $1,000 888-BOAT-LAW
  • $500 AFTCO
  • $100 Bass Pro Shops


 ALL TrophyCatch approved bass from pink tag waters are entered into a random drawing!