Suwannee River bass fishing is a little-known commodity outside of the small river towns scattered
throughout North Florida’s Big Bend section. It includes plentiful, often cooperative bass that can be
ambushed at the entrances of tidal creeks along the southern end of the river. Those large-mouth
run up to 11 pounds and often hide along the wooden structures that line the banks. Farther north,
rocks and wooded areas hold the unusual Suwanee Bass, a feisty subspecies that patrols the shoreline.
There are also crystal-clear springs where big bass go to spawn each year.
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