The Conway Chain of Lakes consists of four interconnected lakes in the south Orlando area. This chain is collectively referred to as Lake Conway. Conway is nearly 1,800 acres of clear water and hard sand bottom. Most of the chain is covered with scattered beds of Pepper Grass, Eel Grass, and Hydrilla. Schooling fish are found nearly year 'round, and are easily taken on small chrome jigging spoons, Rat'l Traps, and soft plastic jerk baits. This is also a great lake for those who like sight fishing for spawning Bass. Conway is also great for Crappie (Specs) in the early spring months, and other panfish, such as, Bluegill and Shell Cracker during the summer months.
Pepper Grass, Eel Grass, and Hydrilla
Small chrome jigging spoons, Rat'l Traps, and soft plastic jerk baits for bass. Live minnows or Beetle Spins are the baits of choice for crappie and panfish.