Lake Toho Bass Fishing
Capt. Tim Fey
May 14, 2013
Kissimmee Chain - Freshwater Fishing Report
Folks we have been having a blast on West Lake Toho!
Doing our trips out here clients have been having fun catching some quality bass and some good numbers as well. Live wild shiners of course are always a good bet to catch the bass out here year round, but never forget about the fun and satisfaction you can get when your using artificial baits! Took my old neighbor out on a scouting trip to locate some new fish for future trips and all we threw were artificial baits. Senko type baits, worms and spinner baits were producing some good numbers for us as well as some quality bass.
Picture perfect morning with a slight breeze had us working shallow water areas and we watched the bass school in several areas this day, but we opted for the search of the beast, and she did not let us down on this day. Less than an hour into the day this sweet hawg hit one of my own hand poured lures, she put on a great fight thru the hydrilla and was weighed in on the official scales at Toho Marina and a sweet 9.8 pounds, our best five coming in at 22 pounds. Not bad for only 4 hours of fishing.
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