Sorrento is a town in Lake County, Florida. The City is an unincorporated part of Lake County and is a part of the environmentally sensitive Wekiva River Basin. The majority of the area lies between Mt. Dora and Sanford. Mt. Plymouth is also considered a part of Sorrento. There's a little-known secret in Lake County that few local anglers would want anybody to know about. Lake County offers some of the most diverse and abundant fishing opportunities in the state. The Clermont Chain is comprised of 13 lakes that range from 20 to 3,634 acres. The Palatlakaha River, along with Lakes Minneola and Louisa, provide the best fishing opportunities on the Clermont Chain for largemouth bass, black crappie, bluegill and redear sunfish. Channel catfish are also abundant as 20-pound catches are not uncommon. The Holly Chain is comprised of three lakes north of the City of Umatilla. The chain features unusual contours for Florida lakes. The deepest water is found near shore, with a ridge rising in the center. Bass are often found near the deep water closest to the shore and where the bottom rises to the center ridge.