Bass fishing in Florida after a hurricane

With hurricane Matthew on the way I’m sure many people are wondering how it affects the bass fishing afterwards and how it affects the lakes in the big picture. All of the Kissimmee grass, bulrush, and various other types of grass and reeds fields that inhabit the lakes will be cleaned out with the heavy winds. This will allow for those plants to grow greener and fuller than usual which is great for the long run. But along with cleaning up the grass fields the wind will also stir up silt and gunk off the bottom muddying up the water. […]

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 […]

Bait and Lures for 2015

Baits and Lures for Catching Lake Toho Bass Live bait or better known as wild golden shiners are always the surest way to catch large trophy bass at anytime of the year here on Lake Toho. But, for those who prefer fishing with artificial lures. The ones that produce the best results for catching trophy Florida bass are plastic worms, soft jerk baits or better known as flukes, spinner baits, top water baits, rattle trap crank baits and spoons. Either way wild shiners or artificial lures, the bass action can be fast and furious. So, why don’t you take a […]

Coming to a draw

 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. 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, approaching normal once again, which energizes the fish population […]

West Lake Tohopekaliga

Florida bass fishing on West Lake Tohopekaliga ” Lake Toho” this summer has been very active in the morning hours. Good numbers of Florida bass can be caught during the early morning feeding frenzy that happens everyday from 6:00 to 9:30 am. This summer has been one of the most active summers on recent record. Wild shiners and artificial lures have been producing well. If you are bass fishing in the Kissimmee, Orlando area and planning to fish with artificial lures, soft plastic are best with Zoom Flukes being your best bet right now. But, wild shiners are always the […]

Toho Fishing in the Summer

Summer is a great time to fish Lake Toho in Kissimmee, Florida — during the early hours of the day, that is. The weather in Central Florida is almost always nice in the morning — sunny and clear – but the air heats up quickly as  Orlando Fishing Reportthe day wears on. Air temperatures are usually in the mid 70s at daybreak, in the mid 80s by 10 AM, and in the low to mid 90s in the afternoon. During the months of July, August, and September, we recommend our clients book their trophy bass fishing trips for no more […]