The Florida bass fishing here on West Lake Tohopekaliga has been phenomenal this spring. Because of restoration work that is being done on the Kissimmee River South of Lake Toho water levels are lower than usual. These conditions have forced Lake Toho bass to the outside edges of the maidencane grass fields. This has caused bass to group up in large concentrations in boat cuts and pockets on the outside edge of the grass field. There is also an open-water aspect to the bass fishing on Lake Toho this year. With great numbers of fish staging over top of Eel Grass beds and hydrilla beds. Large golden wild shiners are always the best bet for numbers and especially for the trophy size bass 10 pounds and larger. Artificial lures have been producing extremely well this year with the lower water conditions. We have been getting explosive hits on topwater baits and better than usual numbers of Lake Toho bass this year. So if you’re planning a trip to Central Florida or thinking about going fishing somewhere during the hot weather months of this summer Lake Toho here in Central Florida has been red-hot this year. Give us a call here at AJ’s Freelancer Bass Guide Service and we will be glad to get you out on Lake Toho for the trophy bass fishing trip of a lifetime. We know where your trophy bass of a lifetime lives.
Captain A. James Jackson