Spruce Creek Fishing

 

Spruce Creek Huge Gator Gar Cracker Creek Bass Fisherman 15 Jan 2014

 

The Spruce Creek Paddling Trail is officially designated as part of Florida's Statewide System of Greenways and Trails. The Cracker Creek launch site provides the only public access to Spruce Creek west of highway US1. Visitors can easily launch their own watercraft for a fee, or rent canoes, hydrobikes, or kayaks for fishing east or west on Spruce Creek.

Cracker Creek also provides a “Make and Take Cane Pole Kit” for $5. This includes a bamboo cane pole with a line, bobber, hook, and bait for fishing that participants can take home with them.

This page is for those interested in fishing in Spruce Creek with fishing charts, locations, advice, and smartphone apps for your success.

"When I fished Spruce Creek regularly, I always looked forward to the winter and spring months. Snook, redfish and tarpon hunker down in the upper regions to find refuge in the warmer waters. They’d hang there well into April before heading back to the Intracoastal. There were days when my dad and I caught 30 snook in an afternoon on chartreuse jigs, just reeling the baits slowly." Sam Hudson, Florida Sportsman magazine online, 14 February 2013.

Click the icon below to read more about Spruce Creek area fishing. Click on the icon below for information about local fishing forecasts.

Free smartphone apps for kayaking, canoeing, and other watercraft outings

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