You can fish from your own backyard or be On the lake in under 5 minutes. Lake Istokpoga is Florida's 5th largest lake and loaded with trophy fish. Our home is the perfect choice for the serious angler & nature lover. This lake has quality fishing for black crappie (specks) and one of the highest largemouth bass catch rates in the state! There are also bluegill, catfish, and shellcracker! Great home to entertain and watch the birds and amazing sunsets from either of your screened lanai. Located in Istokpoga Shores a golf cart friendly community. Lake Istokpoga is 27,692-acres, known for it's trophy size Black Bass. This home is truly a fisherman's dream! Just hop on your boat steps away from the door to fish on one of the best lakes in the country for bass, catfish, and speck, or just enjoy the beauty of the lake.
When you?re not fishing enjoy a home that has a full kitchen ? 3 bedrooms that sleep 6 ? 3 baths ? fenced yard ? (2) covered boat houses w/electronic lifts ? gas grill ? washer/dryer , stairs with chair lift, mother in law set up.
Located five miles northeast of Lake Placid, Highlands County, this 27,692-acre lake has quality fishing for black crappie (specks) and one of the highest large-mouth bass catch rates in the state. The best speck fishing occurs during winter months drifting over open water, particularly in the northeast and southwest corners. Predominant aquatic vegetation includes spadderdock (bonnets), bulrush (buggy whips), cattail, and pond-weed (pepper grass). Kissimmee grass on the south end is particularly productive when there is flow into the Istokpoga Canal. This canal, located off County Highway 621, provides excellent large-mouth bass fishing from the bank when the gates are open. Arbuckle and Josephine Creek mouths are also good areas when there is flow. The island areas and associated grass can hold bass any time of year and the deepest portion of the lake (10 ft) is in the southwest corner. Public boat ramps are located on the north, northeast, and southwest shorelines off of U.S. Route 98, Lake Boulevard off Cow House Road, and Highland Lake Drive off of County Route 621, respectively. There are also six fish camps/resorts on the lake with various accommodations. Anglers can wade fish off of the Cow House Road boat ramp.
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