Lake CrescentFlagler & Putnam Counties

This 15,960-acre lake is a tributary of the St. Johns River. Public access to Crescent Lake can be obtained on the west shore off of Highway 17 in Crescent City. Private access can be obtained from Lake Crescent Resort (386-698-2485). For additional listings of fish camps or more information, please call our Regional Office at 352-732-1225.

 Current Forecast:

Largemouth bass anglers using live shiners and artificial baits usually target docks in deeper waters. The eelgrass is coming back on the eastern shore, and should provide some opportunities there.  Cooler temperatures bring out the black crappie (speckled perch) anglers and this area lake is a local favorite. Anglers should have good luck drifting or trolling minnows or crappie jigs, particularly in the southern end of the lake early in the season, and moving closer to shore as the waters get cooler.


 



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