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Are there SPRINGS on the St Johns below Lake Monroe?

I have been fishing east of Lake Monroe for a while and I've noticed in some spots the water temps are significantly lower which leads me to believe there is an aquifer outlet close...These spots are killers spots and hold fish when the river is 90 degrees. Generally small area 40'x40' before the water meshes with normal temp water

Anyone seeing that too??? Are there springs in the Econ?

I know Weikiva and Blue Springs above Monroe are big head springs



  • mplspugmplspug Posts: 16,016 AG
    It sure sounds like a spring. I'd be more surprised if there were NOT underwater springs along most stretches of the St Johns. There may not be a spring "run" like Blue Springs or Wekiva, but I wouldn't be surprised if there some underwater or hidden to the naked eye.
    Just dropping grenades in OT
  • capt louiecapt louie Posts: 10,935 Moderator
    Yes , just not visible unless extreme low water. Even a small spring seep will attract fish.
    "You'll get your weather"
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