Novice or pro, Connestee Falls’ fishing is great sport.
Who would think that a private community could be a fishing enthusiast's dream? Whether the idea of fishing is an ambition or an obsession, residents of Connestee Falls will tell you the fish are plentiful and the lakes pristine.
Species of bass, bluegill, redear, red breast, green sunfish, catfish, crapie and Rainbow trout are the catch of the day, almost everyday, year round. A stocking program ensures there are plenty of fish for healthy aquatics.
Fishing our lakes requires a Connestee Falls fishing license, available at the Administration office. Boat-launching ramps can be found on each lake, and to ensure pristine water quality and the quiet environment that surrounds the lakes, only member-registered, non-gasoline powered watercraft are allowed on Connestee's lakes.
The Connestee Falls' Fishing Club is one of our community's largest and oldest clubs. Hosting monthly meetings and special events, the club sponsors many community-focused projects, like stocking the lakes and building fishing docks and constructing fish hides. The club is also well-known for its outreach programs to the greater Brevard region's organizations, such as hosting an annual "Fish-A-Rama," inviting children and families to Connestee to experience fishing (and hopefully, catching), many for the first time.
Information about Connestee's Fishing Club can be found on the club website.