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Largemouth bass are starting to bite again

Capt. Scott Taylor
February 5, 2013
Lake Tohopekaliga - Freshwater Fishing Report

After the latest cold front blew thru the area late last week and into the weekend the fishing became slow, at best. Clients were catching fewer fish as the week progressed and the lower weights at the BASSmaster Southern Open proved the point further. The best baits were shad colored flukes fished slow, and blk/blue jigs in the pads.

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Lake Tohopekaliga Fishing Forecast:

The weather has now stablized and with the waters coming back-up to the high 60's and hopefully low 70's by the weekend the bite is getting better every day. When you factor in the New Moon this Sunday it should be a great time to be on the water.

Target Species:

largemouth bass

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Central Florida Professional Bass Fishing Guide Service 855-FL-GUIDE Capt. Scott Taylor is a USCG licensed, fully-insured, full-time guide based in Winter Haven, FL on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. Scott specializes in fishing with artificial baits for these monster Florida largemouth bass using topwaters, craws, worms, jigs, punch baits, swimbaits, flukes, trick worms, speed worms, etc. We also offer a Military/Veteran discount, contact us for details. Prices listed here are for CyberAngler.com

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TMC Guide Service
238 Towhee Rd
Winter Haven, FL 33881
Phone: 855-354-8433
Alt. Phone: 313-718-0698
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