Lake Toho fishing guides

The Power of the Fluke

The fluke, it simply gets the job done. From Florida all the way to the northern smallmouth impoundments a fluke will catch you fish day in and day out. It’s versatility makes it one of the greatest lures ever invented. From using it as a fast action top water bait for schoolies or working it slowly when the bite gets tough the fluke covers it all. Here in Florida our Lake Toho fishing guides always have one rigged up. Through the years our guides have refined fluke fishing down to an art. Here are some of the tricks that we’ve […]

Our peak season is finally here

Well it’s finally here once again. The beginning of our peak season for catching trophy sized largemouth on West Lake Toho. It has started off with a bang, our guided trips have been producing between 15 and 30 bass on 4 hour trips. This is the start of the pre-spawn staging period. The bass on Lake Toho have been showing up in numbers and I mean bass in the 10 pound range. This is the time of year we all have been waiting for on the nations #1 trophy bass lake. So if you are planning a trip to the […]

Big Florida bass on Lake Toho with artificial lures

West Lake Toho located in the small town of Kissimmee, just minutes from Disney world here in Central Florida is typically the top trophy bass lake in the state, and big wild Shiners are always the best way to catch these giant Florida bass. The fall season is a unique and special time for largemouth bass on Toho, there is a big increase of activity and the reason behind this is water temperatures are dropping to prime levels for Florida bass along with there instincts telling them to feed up for winter. Also during the summer months the U.S Corps […]

Great early fall Toho fishing

The bass fishing on West Lake Toho today was hot and heavy. Today’s trip was a reunion of three friends that grew up together. I heard lots of story’s from there high school days, and plenty of jokes. It was a good day of comradery and bass action. The bass bite started as early as first light and was non stop until we ran out of bait! These 3 friends caught over 15 bass weighing anywhere from 2 to 7 1/2 pounds and only a couple were under 3 pounds, with around another 15 being missed that makes around 30 […]

Fall Lake Toho bass fishing report

The fall season is a transitioning time for Florida bass. Water temperatures on West lake Tohopekaliga decrease from the upper 80’s in the summer to the 70’s in the fall. The falling water temperatures on lake Toho excite bass and they become more active, feed more aggressively, and feed for longer periods of time. The increase in activity makes our bass fishing charters productive for longer periods of time. Bass here in the Orlando, Disney world area, begin moving into there prespawn staging areas in large groups this is the beginning of the peak season for lake toho’s truly supersized […]

Fall 2015 Tip of the Year

I have just developed a fishing technique that nobody knows about for catching Florida large mouth bass. Bass can’t resist this technique. It’s a wild shiner method for catching bass that is out of the box and takes bass fishing to a new level that we have all dreamed about. This is without a doubt the most exciting way to catch bass on wild shiners that has ever been conceived. The action is hot fast and furious. The bass seem to hit our shiners almost nonstop until we run out of bait. I can’t tell you what the technique is, for […]

Fall Forecast 2015

Fall Forecast: October, November, and December: If you’re hoping to catch some trophy bass during the next few months, your odds are better at Lake Toho than anywhere else in the nation. So, come on down and treat yourself to the bass fishing trip of a lifetime.Kissimmee Fishing Report This is the season when the dog days of summer draw to an end with the beginning of October just around the corner, we gradually ease into fall. With the passage of several cold fronts, lake conditions begin to change. Water temperatures dip back into the 70s and water levels rise, […]

Lake Toho in the fall

Choice of Bait: During the fall months: We fish the hydrilla and maiden-cane grass fields in 3 to 6 feet of water. Artificial lures and wild shiners both work well at this time of the year. But, if it’s lunker bass you’re after, wild shiners produce the really big ones. This doesn’t mean that you can’t catch trophy bass on artificial lures – you can – just not as frequently as with shiners. However, if fishing with artificials is your choice, it’s best to use only weed less baits: plastic worms, soft-jerk baits, spoons, and top water lures because the […]