Kissimmee Chain Bass Fishing
Capt. Tim Fey
May 18, 2010
Lake Tohopekaliga - Freshwater Fishing Report
Lake Toho and Kissimmee Chain Bass Fishing
Early morning action has been doing great out on the Kissimmee Chain Of Lakes. Lake Toho and Lake Cypress have been our main focal points. Using various ramps on the chain to help keep run time on the water down, and giving us the ability to hit some spots earlier have been a key. Gobblets Cove has still been producing some quality bass for us, as well as flipping along Shingle Creek.
Main lake areas with hydrilla have been producing with red eye shads and spinner baits.
Zoom speed craws as well as Strike King Shim E Sticks in green pumpkin have been excellent producers. Some key areas to focus on have been areas with scattered grasses with lily pads.
With water flow coming thru the river, my usual areas on Lake Cypress have been holding some schooling bass, this is always a blast, as we can pretty much toss whatever we want to catch them. This allows my clients the fun of tossing everything from senko type baits to wake baits. My live bait trips have been very few as of late, which has not been a problem, as the bass have played pretty good using the artificial baits.
Be sure to also check out my web site for a more recent videos of bass fishing from the Kissimme Chain of Lakes.
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