Florida Saltwater Fishing & Fly Fishing Guide
Anybody can go to the center of Florida and hang out at an amusement park. Disneyworld, Universal Studios, Sea World... they're all there. Sure, they're a lot of fun, but sometimes people forget there's a whole world of other things to do in Central Florida. Most importantly, some of the best fishing you'll find is just a stone's throw from the Magic Kingdom.
Now we don't know about you, but we love fishing. Anytime we plan a vacation, we like to go somewhere we can at least try to make a catch. But when the kids convinced us to take them to Disneyworld, we thought we'd have to forget about our fishing trip for the year. Imagine our delight when we discovered that we could take the kids on their dream vacation to Central Florida, and still get in our fishing trip at the same time!
We were so elated by our discovery of fishing in Central Florida, that we decided to put up #1 Florida Saltwater Fishing & Fly Fishing Guide the second we got back. We're assuming that many people out there are like us, and had no idea Orlando was such a fishing center. But trust us, if you love fly, freshwater, or saltwater fishing, by all means consider taking your next trip to Lake Kissimmee. You'll be glad you did.
Lake Kissimmee: Where in Florida is it?
Lake Kissimmee is one of the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. It is very close to Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, and the metropolitan Orlando area. For those of you not familiar with Orlando, it is located right in the center of Florida, approximately four hours north of Miami by car.
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