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Highland Lake Profiles: Lake Istokpoga

Lake Istokpoga is the largest lake in Highlands County and the fifth largest freshwater lake in Florida. The lake has … Jan 27th, 2017

Lake Profile: Lake Huntley

Lake Huntley is a mid-size 680 acre lake located on the southeast side of Lake Placid, Florida. Lake Huntley is … Dec 22nd, 2016
Lake Jackson bass fishing

Highlands Lake Profile: Lake Jackson

Lake Jackson is a lake that is quite visible and pronounced as you travel through Sebring FL. The lake is … Nov 23rd, 2016

Lake Glenda

by Geoffrey Balog Lake Glenada is located between Avon Park and Sebring just off of U.S. Highway 27. Lake Glenada … Oct 30th, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake Francis

Lake Francis is a hidden little gem of a lake off of Cloverleaf Road in Lake Placid, FL. While only … Sep 30th, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake June-in-Winter

Lake June-in-Winter located off of route U.S. Highway 27 in Highlands County is Highlands County’s 3rd largest lake consisting of … Aug 31st, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake Damon

Lake Damon is one of the many smaller lakes in the northern end of Highlands County. It is situated just … Jul 23rd, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake Placid

Located in Highlands County, Lake Placid is one of our areas gems. Hidden off of US Highway 27 just south … Jun 30th, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake Clay

Lake Clay is a small 353 acre lake located in Lake Placid, FL that offers plenty of opportunities to fish … May 27th, 2016

Lake Profile: Lake Istokpoga

As summer begins to draw to a close, bass fishing enters a new chapter in south-central Florida and specifically at Lake Istokpoga. Water temperatures in the high 80’s and even the low 90’s in some areas will begin to cool and the baitfish, which seemed to disappear during the summer months will become much more evident in the shallower water as bass begin their seasonal migration, eating everything in sight in preparation for the cooler months ahead and eventually the spawn. Sep 29th, 2015