Lee County Central Portion Topo Map

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The heart of Lee County is a hotbed of activity for saltwater enthusiasts. The Caloosahatchee River flows through downtown Fort Myers and connects to the lower parts of Pine Island Sound and Matlacha Pass at the coast. Redfish, snook, and tarpon are top targets for saltwater anglers throughout these waters. Boaters can motor up the Caloosahatcheee, cross through Lake Okeechobee, and connect with a canal that leads to the state’s east coast. And, you can fish along the entire route! This eTrail covers 20 different fishing destinations in these Florida counties including Lehigh Acres Canals, Caloosahatchee River, Caloosahatchee River, Alva Access Area, Caloosahatchee River, Franklin Lock and Dam, Orange River, Tarpon Street Pier, New Edison Bridge, Centennial Park Pier, Jaycees Park, Cape Coral Bridge, Cape Coral Community Pier, Punta Rassa, Lakes Park, Cape Coral Parkway, Cape Coral Canals, Pine Island Sound and Matlacha Pass, Matlacha Pass Bridge, Cayo Costa State Park, Sanibel Causeway, and Sanibel Fishing Pier.
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Fort Myers, Florida

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