Everglades - Florida

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Everglades - FloridaLevel 18
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Everglades - Florida
Charts
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The most productive fishing time is around early morning and late evening, when the sun is quite low.

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Evening is the best time for fishing in this weather. Morning is considered equally good. Fish usually become less active around noon. However, if you are in Florida, Butterfly Peacock Bass will bite even in bright sunlight.

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In cool, overcast weather fish tend to become more active in the afternoon. Keep this in mind when fishing in such weather.

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Fees
Travel fee
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6500
Fishing fee (per day)
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1000


Welcome to the Everglades, easily the best place for fishing in the whole world, let alone the United States. This enormously majestic slow-moving sheet of water is the largest subtropical wilderness in all of the country, a breathtaking mosaic of ponds, sawgrass marshes and mangrove forests dominated by wetlands. With a perfectly balanced ecosystem, developed over thousands of years, the Everglades are home to rare, endangered and exotic wildlife: egrets, herons, manatees, alligators and even the Florida panther - coexist side by side in this natural wonderland. As for the unmatched abundance of fish species, there are so many, that we won’t even begin to list them! But...on the other hand, no harm in a small teaser. Just imagine all the countless exotic freshwater species like Largemouth Bass, Butterfly Peacock Bass, Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Brown Bullhead Catfish for your unforgettable angling experience.


Licenses

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Basic License

Available from level 18

1 day
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2000

MUST BE RELEASED:
Trophy & Unique Common Snook, Trophy Red Drum, Common Tarpon, Trophy and Unique Butterfly Peacock Bass, Trophy and Unique Largemouth Bass

MUST BE TAKEN:
Common & Trophy Bowfin, Common & Trophy Brown Bullhead Catfish

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Forbidden

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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5700
Week
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12600
Month
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48000
Unlimited
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100
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Advanced License

Available from level 18

1 day
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4000

MUST BE RELEASED:
No restrictions

MUST BE TAKEN:
No restrictions

PROHIBITED SPECIES:
No restrictions

NIGHT CATCH:
Allowed

BOAT FISHING:
Forbidden

3 days
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11400
Week
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25200
Month
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96000
Unlimited
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180


Starting points

The Floating Thickets

The Floating Thickets

Fish off an old wooden dock overlooking a vast watershed area. This moderately shallow pond spills over a thick reedy jungle giving you the illusion that these dead trees, roots and vegetation are almost floating on clear water. Just imagine the splendid aquatic kingdom right below the water level, among the submerged wooden thickets. Some of Florida’s biggest Largemouth Bass, Warmouth, Bluegill and Brown Bullhead Catfish inhabit this wondrous ecosystem of silty mud bottom with its intricate tree roots and rocky reefs. In this spacious and desolate atmosphere, there is nothing to distract the still air but the merry chirping of birds and the peaceful buzzing of insects (don’t forget your repellent!)...and the not-so-peaceful crackling of dried branch...a sure sign of an alligator nearby (sorry, no repellent for that).

Infinity Tunnels

Infinity Tunnels

What are the most mesmerizing angling locations in the Everglades? Well, it is next to impossible to choose among the intricate maze of magnificent creeks, beautiful ponds and picturesque canals. However, some spots stand out as unmatched by their beauty and angling opportunities. Like these man-made canals, created among the endless thickets of dense luscious green reeds, spreading to the horizon as far as the eye can see. Anglers sometimes call them the Infinity Tunnels. Indeed - just one look ahead is enough to feel oneself one on the verge of infinity...This canals are perhaps the nature’s metaphor for the very essence of human existence. And wait till you start testing out your angling skills - with countless fish like Largemouth Bass or huge Butterfly Peacock Bass just to name a few - you won’t be disappointed.

Lily Pad Channel

Lily Pad Channel

Take your fishing tackle and make yourself comfortable on a wooden dock near this natural channel of breathtaking beauty covered in submergent juicy vegetation, hence its name - the Lily Pad Channel. This is a clash of aquatic splendor and natural exotic flora at its best! These clear, crisp waters covered in abundant lily pads, tunnels of green reeds and dense bushy weed beds are a natural habitat to an array of exotic wildlife, beautiful birds and a multitude of fish species, including Channel Catfish and really big Largemouth Bass. Just don’t forget your fishing license! And watch out for alligators, who feel very much at home in this plant-covered watershed.

The Salty Delta

The Salty Delta

This magnificent brackish water delta right at the end of Lily Pad Channel lets you get a taste of the high seas at long last! As the morning sun dawns on the horizon, sail at full speed inhaling the invigorating cool air in greedy gulps as the fresh breeze carries a salty reminiscence of the nearby ocean. This part of the Everglades is probably the very quintessence of Florida’s most majestic watershed and just the spot for catching some Tarpon! Here, you can find almost anything: shallow shoals, densely grown with submerged vegetation, islands of “floating” mangrove thickets, beautiful gradual shores lined with exotic palm trees, habitat of different birds, including herons and egrets. This delta offers a multitude of captivating locations for the most fun and challenging fishing experience!

Competitions

Name

Species Description
Fly like a Butterfly Swim like a Bass. Everglades, Florida Butterfly Peacock Bass Hey angler, how about trying your luck in a heated Competition? Then head over to the limitless wetlands of Florida’s Everglades to join this intense Butterfly Peacock Bass hunt! Keep in mind, you can only use float fishing tackle to prove yourself the ultimate Butterfly Bass champion!
Bass Challenge. Everglades, Florida Largemouth Bass This competitive endeavour is for real Bass catching experts! Hunt for Largemouth Bass with your favorite spinning tackle to land 5 largest specimen in your Keepnet. And may the best Bass catcher win!


Tournaments

Name

Species Description
Gars&Glory Cup Gar family Welcome to the Gars&Glory Cup, the event that’s bound to overshadow Halloween this October! And no wonder. After all, fighting real monsters like huge Gars is by a far more exciting than dressing up and pretending! So get out your most powerful tackle and get ready for the fish fights of your life on the most exciting journey across some of North America’s top Gar fishing destinations - from the luscious green wetlands of Florida’s Everglades, on to the banks of North Carolina’s Neherrin River and finally the swampy wilderness of Louisiana’s Quanchkin Lake! Compete against the most ferocious opponents and make your glorious way through the 2 preliminary Qualifiers as well as the Semifinal and the Great Finale that’ll show who’s who on the monster fishing arena!
Christmas Giant’s Tour Big fish Hello and welcome to the most sizable Tournament of the year - the Christmas Giant’s Tour! This event isn’t about any particular kind of fish, the key rule here is: the bigger the better...and not just big...but GIGANTIC! Yep, we’re talking super-huge Trophy-sized monsters: Trout, Pike, Salmon, Burbot, Catfish, Muskies, Bass, Gar, Snook, Dolly Varden...the list can go on and on! It’s not the name, it's the size that matters. Yep, this is the big league, boys and girls and we’re doing some heavyweight fishing! Tight lines!
Largemouth Bass April Cup Largemouth Bass Hello and welcome to Largemouth Bass April Cup, a sportfishing Tournament that’ll take you on a thrilling adventure across four states from Missouri over to North Carolina, then Louisiana and all the way down to Florida’s mesmerizing Everglades! Catch all forms of Largemouth Bass as you compete with fellow anglers in 2 preliminary Qualifiers as well as the Semifinal and the Final Round that’ll show who’s Boss when it comes to landing those big-mouthed Bass! Compete against the best for fame, glory and prize pool that includes plenty of Credits, BaitCoins and unique fishing tackle and equipment!
Virtual Bass Open Bass family Welcome to Virtual Bass Open, the annual Bass Sportfishing Tournament hosted by Fishing Planet that is meant to honor this year’s Father’s Day - the perfect holiday to spend celebrating the symbolic and deep meaning of the sacred father-and-son connection by doing some good ’ol fishing! Сompete in catching virtual Largemouth, Smallmouth and Spotted Bass to win valuable in-game prizes and prove yourself to be the best Bass angler in history of virtual fishing! Can your bass fishing skills take you to the top and land you one of the first three winning places? Enter the Virtual Bass Open, pass the Qualifiers, get to the Final Round and compete against the very best to become the Virtual Bass Open Champion! First-place winner and two runner-ups gets the fame, the glory and the Champion status! Don’t miss the most real sportfishing tournament of the virtual realm!

Resident species