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Fish still bitting!

Capt. Pete Matson
January 10, 2010
Lake Tohopekaliga - Freshwater Fishing Report


With the coldest temperatures in years in Central Florida shiner fishing is producing the larger fish. Not as many as you will catch on artificial. There is no sign of a spawn with temperatures hovering around freezing at night. Lake Toho has been tough but we manage few larger fish but one can only expect only a few bites a day. The Orlando Butler and Conway Chains are a lot better on artificicial. Monday the fish started to school up as the day warmed and we caught 14 fish in deep water ledges. Carolina rigs watermellon red and June bug worms are working best use ratltraps when the fish come up. Shiners worked a little better when you anchor up. With warmer weather predicted for next week you could see record breaking fishing like we saw from Dean Rojas of BASS a few years back. Still have openings in January!

Great fishing!
Capt. Pete Matson

Lake Tohopekaliga Fishing Forecast:

If the weather warms as predicted this could be the best week of the year for giant fish.

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Bass fishing in Orlando, Central Florida area minutes from Disney World. Artificial or live bait fishing. All equipment provided, transportation, licenses available. Professional rigged Triton bass boat. Single, Families or groups welcome. No group too big or too small. Making dreams come true since 1991.

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P.O. Box 7544
Indian Lake Estates, FL 33855
Phone: 800-707-5463
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