Lake Weohyakapka, Lake Wales Florida - Polk County's largest body of water Lake Weohyakapka, commonly known as Lake Walk-in-Water, is one of their "best kept fishing secrets" specializing in largemouth bass, bream and black crappie..
Predominant vegetation on Lake Weohyakapka is cattail, bulrush (buggy whips), kissimmee grass, and hydrilla. There has been some fish attractors put on the lake to help identify areas to try.... Log into read more...
Getting there: Off CR630 take Walk in Water Rd north then go right on Boat Landing Rd to ramp.
Boating: All Boats Allowed.
Special Regulations: Bass measuring 15 to 24 inches must be released alive immediately. Anglers are allowed a 3 bass limit of all must be less than 15 inches, or 2 bass smaller than 15 inches and 1 bass over 24 inches. Log infor more detail...
The Walk-in-Water Primitive Campground is located on the Walk-in-Water Tract (part of Lake Wales Ridge State Park) and is open to the public year round but large groups should get a special use permit.
Lake Walk-in-Water Boat Ramp
Single lane ramp with dock and limited unimproved parking.