Summer Lake Toho fishing report

Lake Toho double up

The bass fishing on Lake Toho this summer has been some of the most consistent we’ve ever seen, and it’s due to some unique circumstances. Right now we have more hydrilla on the lake than ever before, and the invasive grass has actually made for some excellent bass fishing.

The water, which typically has a algae bloom at this time of year, is the cleanest I have ever seen during the summer, and the bass are loving it. We are averaging an incredible 30+ bass a day right now on just our 4 hour trips. With 40+ fish days happening multiple times a week. 

9 pound Lake Toho bass

The bass are schooling up like crazy in the large open areas out in the offshore hydrilla, and once you find one of these schools, it’s just one after another. The bulk of the fish we are catching right now on our charters are coming off of shiners.

With the live bait you can get in these schools and start catching. But for artificials, the bite has been largely on flukes, speedworms, chatterbaits, and jerkbaits. With some topwater action early if you’re in the right area.

You want to look for large mats of hydrilla and peppergrass, throwing speedworms and chatterbaits around the thicker hydrilla, and flukes and jerkbaits around the thinner areas of hydrilla and peppergrass. 

8 pound Orlando bass

This summer has been the best that I have seen in years for bass fishing on Lake Toho. So if you’re in the area on vacation or live around here, come spend a morning on Toho, and I promise you won’t be disappointed.  

If you would like to go with us, feel free to book anytime online on our website or by giving us a call at 407-288-9670.

-Captain AJ