Find unique fishing spots, catch locations and more on Fishbrain
Check out the best fishing spots in Trinity, Florida. Anglers have logged in Fishbrain over 25,591 catches for Largemouth bass, 6,068 catches for Common snook, 4,774 catches for Red drum and many more species in the Trinity area.
Use Fishbrain to view local fishing regulations, read reviews of local fishing spots, and learn what lures are most successful in Trinity. Become a Pro subscriber to see when and where fish are being caught and logged in Fishbrain. Whether you use the free version of Fishbrain or upgrade to Fishbrain Pro, you can find a diverse range of successful fishing spots in Trinity, and get tips on how to increase your fishing success!
I have fished Hunters Lake for over 15 years and have lived on it for 9. I have seen the lake go from the lowest to the highest it has ever historically been which believe it or not was Sept 2, 2019. I have caught over 1k bass on the lake but still have not caught that double digit lunker. My personal best on the lake is 7.6. As long as everyone respects the lake and the fish this will be a great fishery for generations to come.
The Lake Carlton lakes (Turkey Ford and Lake Thomas) are behind a guard house in a private community. I’ve lived here 6 years and have been fishing here since I first arrived. Lots of species, and the lakes are very healthy. If you get through the gate, please be ethical fishermen/women and pick up trash. Take your trash, used lures and line with you. I’d like to continue fishing here and I don’t want to lose that privilege. I also STRONGLY advise you to release the fish you catch. Though the fishing is great, it used to be a lot better. These waters are still recovering from a massive hurricane Irma kill and there are also quite a few people who keep their catches around these lakes.
15 million catch locations, advanced fishing maps and depth charts from Navionics- all the fishing intel you need to start fish smarter and catch more.
Make your fishing dreams come true today and tomorrow