The Bass Stick Marsh (also known as Farm 13) attracts anglers from around the world because of its world-class fishing and huge largemouth bass. Rated as one of the Top 10 Trophy Bass spots in Florida, the marsh is also home to shellcrackers, bluegill, redear sunfish, black crappie and several catfish species. This 6,500-acre impoundment is known for its excellent bass fishing due to the special catch-and-release policy for largemouth bass making fishing a true delight. You will also enjoy a variety of marine bird life during your fishing expedition. Extreme caution should be used by boaters because of a variety of natural and man-made hazards in the water. Several local guides work this waterway and can be employed to take you out, insuring a great haul and a memorable experience fishing the Stick Marsh.