These spots are perfect for a kayak - the boats that go in Wee Tee and Ferry Lakes are no supposed to use their gas motors - electric or human-powered only, so the atmosphere is nice and quiet.
There are a lot of gar and bowfin lurking about the waters of Wee Tee. Some of the gar are big boys - around four feet or better. I had a couple of gar hit my texas-rigged worms, while bass fishing - a pleasant surprise - especially when they go airborne and race quickly through the water.
The bass fishing isn't tremendous, but there are plenty of little footballs around to keep you busy. I did lose a couple of nice fish during recent trips - one would have been five pounds easily.
In addition to the bass, there are numerous panfish - including bream like Warmouth, bluegill, pumpkinseed, and crappie. Remember to bring some beetle-spins!
Wee Tee is worth checking out! Visit the Wee Tee Forest website for more information...