Our fall season on West Lake Toho here in Kissimmee Florida has started with a bang. Hurricane Irma came through early September and raised the water level on Lake Toho nearly 4 feet. Because of this the water has been flowing from one leg to another which has made for some of the best fall Florida bass fishing that we’ve seen in years. Lake Toho bass have been bunching up in groups on the outside edges of hydrilla where the water has been moving down the lake. Wild shiners have been the best way to get big numbers of bass in a short period of time. Also we’ve had quite a few bass up over 10 pounds caught in the last couple of months. Artificial baits have been producing good if you have the right kind of weather. The days before a cold front are always the best. While wild shiners have been producing good catches throughout.
Catches of Lake Toho bass on our 4-5 hour trips have been anywhere between 15-30. Large Golden Wild Shiners are always the best way of producing trophy sized bass on a consistent basis. So either way, wild shiners, or artificial lures the bass fishing has been very productive. So if you’re here in the Central Florida area give us a call at AJ’s Freelancer Bass Guide Service and we’d be glad to get you out on Lake Toho for your chance at a trophy bass of a lifetime.
Captain Jamie Jackson