Lake Hall

Lake Hall is a clear natural lake that is accessed through beautiful Maclay State Gardens in northern Tallahassee. Waters are clear, supporting a diverse submergent plant community with water lotus and other emergent plant species that grow along a cypress lined shoreline. The lake, as you would suspect, also supports a healthy fishery of bluegills, largemouth bass, golden shiners (or roaches, as they are called in Europe) and the occasional flyer and warmouth. Each species of fish is typically very colorful living in the clear, rich water of Lake Hall.


Only boats with electric motors are allowed on Lake Hall; so, this is a very pleasant lake
to fish. Bream and bass readily take dry and historic wet flies fished with a 3 weight fly
rod. I seldom see another fisherman on the lake and I couldn't say that I have ever seen another fly fisher. The fish are plentiful and beautiful when brought to hand and the lake has a feeling of being private. This is a fishing venue you'll enjoy.




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