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Bass Fishing on the St. Johns River in FL

The 310-mile-long St. Johns River is Florida's longest river. Its brackish water, a mix of salt and freshwater, is home to abundant wildlife. There are a variety of species of fish and other animals, including alligators, bald eagles, monkeys, and more. But the St. Johns River's most famous residents are the prized trophy largemouth, smallmouth, and striped bass. They are also known as the best bass fishing grounds; The St. Johns River in FL reels in anglers from all over Central Florida, including Daytona Beach, DeLand, DeBary, Deltona, Ocala, and Orlando.

Where can I Catch bass on the St. Johns River?

Professional and novice anglers will find the best bass fishing on the St. Johns River and its surrounding freshwater lakes and streams, including Lake George, Suwanee River, Lake Russo, and more. The key is knowing when and where to catch bass, as the best fishing spots change with the season. That's why avid anglers and first-timers hire Bob Stonewater's Trophy Bass Fishing Guide Service with Captain Jim Pratt, who knows the best places for trophy bass fishing any time of year.

What bait should I use?

We recommend fishing with live bait for reeling in largemouth bass. Our clients have successfully caught thousands of largemouth bass using live wild Golden shiners. Your fishing guide will have an ample supply of bait and give you their secrets that have proven successful for nearly a half-century as a fishing guide along the St. Johns River in Florida.

What fish are running in the St. Johns River?

In addition to the prized bass, there are many other species in the St. Johns River, including bluegill, crappie, and perch.

St. Johns River Fishing Guide Service

Are you ready to catch your prized largemouth trophy bass? If so, then contact Captain Jim Pratt, with Bob Stonewater’s Trophy Bass Fishing Guide Service, at 386-279-9436 or 513-488-0803 to book your next fishing trip. Captain Jim has been fishing along the St. Johns River most of his life. Under the helm of his grandfather and uncle, Captain Jim has developed somewhat of a sixth sense of knowing when and where the best spots are for bass fishing on the St. Johns River in Florida.