South of Tallahassee, off the beaten patch, is a secluded park called Natural Bridge. At the north end of the park is an underground river, and where it come up is a great fishing spot. In the tannic stained water I saw many bass swimming and a few bream. Most were skittish, and I could not get them to look at a lure. I did catch a few on a watermelon trick work around 12″ long.
I did get another one to come look at a vintage Creek Chub darter, but it never struck. It followed it for about a few yards, and gave up.
The next Park that we stopped at was Bald Point. It is exactly that, a point that extends out into the gulf where the Ochlockonee River enters the gulf. This was a very interesting place to fish since I could wade or fish off the dock.
There is a nice eddy that forms around the dock near the bank, and is a great place to fish. I was able to catch a flounder and a nice trout on my Yozuri jerk bait. I had few other bites, and had a real nice flounder break my line and cost me a lure!