I fished Teneroc 15+ years ago and had a great experience. I went back this week (5/2) with hopes of sharing another fun fishing experience with a friend. The water has clear signs of algea and four hours of casting every lure in the arsenal produced one strike. The other four boats fishing in Lake 5 had similar results. Teneroc is a beautiful ecosystem teaming with waterfowl, alligators, snakes and other creatures one might expect to see in this part of Florida.
My personal opinion; if you're interested in enjoying a true bass fishing experience you might want to consider some other destination. There's something seriously wrong with the water quality at Teneroc. (again, my opinion)
I've fished all over the state for bass, krapie and othe panfish. I enjoy the outdoor experience and while I have NO expectations about quanties and size of fish hooked, this place "felt" different enough for me to post this review.
This fisherman has very limited time to spend on the water. Teneroc is proff posifive that precious time is better spent on Lake Okeechobee or any lake, pond or canal that is devoid of aglae. Don't waste your time at Teneroc.
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