the productive waters of Jupiter inlet, surrounding beaches and the Loxahatchee
River. The Loxahatchee River is considered Florida's only wild and scenic river,
offering a host of fishing and canoeing opportunities. Some parts of the Loxahatchee
are brackish so even a largemouth bass is possible.
Depending on time of year and target species, you may want to head west, up
the river, to fish the many canals, channels, sand bars, and mangrove lined islands
that make up this diverse ecosystem.
Further north - along the Intracoastal Waterway - you can work your way to
Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge. This is a unique habitat where fish species
more prevalent in northern Florida can meet their southern cousins. Redfish, black
drum and seatrout are common catches in the winter months.
As an inland area, the Loxahatchee River is well protected from the elements.
This allows anglers to fish the Loxahatchee River habitat no matter current sea