Lake Kissimmee is the largest lake in the south end of the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes
and is very popular for Trophy Largemouth Bass , Bluegill, Black Crappie and Shell
Cracker. The main body of the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes Located south of Kissimmee
about 20 miles by boat through locks and channels. Boat ramps are located at several
locations along the lake shore.
Expansive stands of native aquatic grass at Philadelphia Point, North Cove, Tiger
Cove and Brahma Island provide anglers with cover to flip plastics baits, cast a
crankbait or fish with large golden shiners for Hugh spawning Bass during the winter
Fly fishermen have good success fishing along the miles of shoreline on Lake Kissimmee.
Lake Kissimmee is rich in wildlife, including Bald Eagles, White tail deer, Bobcats
and Turkeys. This lake is surrounded by protected wetlands, a State wildlife area
and is undeveloped and secluded and a part of old Florida you will truly enjoy.