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Lake Toho lunkers

Capt. Randy Yager
March 2, 2010
Lake Tohopekaliga - Freshwater Fishing Report

My guided bass trips on Lake Toho have produced more trophy size bass lately as the weather begins to warm and the days get longer. Water is still cold for these Florida strain bass so shiner fishing is still your best producer.

Trolling and freelining shiners over submerged hydrilla has been the most effective technique. The artificial bite may begin to pick up but it will depend on the weather. I still prefer to see my customers use shiners to increase the odds of catching their biggest bass ever.

Captain Randy Yager
www.guidedbasstrips.com

Lake Tohopekaliga Fishing Forecast:

Now is the time to fish this legendary lake while the hydrilla is still thin and the water is warming. Eventually the hydrilla will get thicker and many of the bass will be finished spawning. The eventual post spawn period will be a great time to experience more action although many of the fish then will be thinner than they are right now.

Target Species:

Largemouth bass

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Guided Bass Trips is a full time bass fishing guide service providing professionally instructed outings on the best waters of Central Florida and Northern New York for big bass.

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Guided Bass Trips
1811 Sunny Street
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Phone: 407-744-1350
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