Garcia / Miami Lakes Reservoir
The Lake Garcia Reservoir is a 3,149-acre section of the Blue Cypress Water Management Area (BCWMA) along the east coast of central Florida in north Indian River CountyWater depths range from 1.5 to 6 feet on this impoundment, fluctuating seasonally. Boaters unfamiliar with the BCWMA are advised to operate their crafts cautiously, due to the number of navigational hazards found throughout the area. Facilities include a double lane concrete boat ramp, air boat launch site, paved parking lot, picnic pavilion and restroom. This impoundment is noted for good numbers of smaller largemouth bass but does produce its share of trophy bass each year. Largemouth, bluegill and black crappie are the sportfish most often targeted by anglers.
cattail, hydrilla, eelgrass, emergent grass, and water lilies
operate their crafts cautiously, due to number of navigational hazards found throughout the area.
The deeper northwestern section of the reservoir and the area around the submerged borrow pit are good places to start fishing for bass