Little Sarasota Bay
Little Sarasota Bay is as good as it gets. This Bay offers fly fishermen of all interests the best of all worlds, much like Estero Bay combines the incredible shoreline sight fishing opportunities of the Everglades with the excellent flats fishing of Pine Island Sound.
Combine the flats, shoals, bars, troughs, and pot holes of Charlotte Harbor with the inlets, passes, channels, and cuts of Tampa Bay and Little Sarasota Bay provides the perfect mix of prime fishing territory. The Bay is not a large body of water. You can almost see from one end to the other on a clear day in sunny southwest Florida. A good fly caster might, figuratively speaking, be able to cast from one side to the other. This excellent year round fishery supports a tremendous variety of popular game fish species during the spring months. Snook, redfish, trout, and the almighty tarpon are on the top of the list. This body of water ranks right up there with the finest fishing destinations in Florida, especially when you combine the near shore presence of other game fish like bonito, king and Spanish mackerel, cobia, and tripletail.
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