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Access Type:
Bank Access
Latitude:
30.523381018326095
Longitude:
-87.80949619068906
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
River
Species:
  • bass largemouth
  • catfish
  • panfish
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
Yes
Difficulty:
Medium
This is the upper reaches of Fish River and looks more like a creek. It has pretty good current and is better done by using it as a starting location.I can be a little crowed in the summer time with swimmers but makes a great starting point. Is 2.75 miles down to Boone Lane Park or 6 miles to Honey Road boat launch.
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Bohemian Park

This a great starting point for a Fish River fishing or paddling trip. The water is spring fed cool year round. It has good access but I do recommend a cart because it can be crowded with swimmers. We like to use it as a drop off point to go down the river. It's 2.75 miles to Boone Lane Park and 6 miles to the Honey Road launch where you can leave a vehicle. There is usually always people here so it feels very safe. Its does have a good current so going upstream from here would be a little hard.
There are a lot of sandbars along the way so you can take as long as you like in the summer.

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