Lake Toho fall fishing Report
Capt. Jim Passmore
October 11, 2008
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report
As we enter into fall, just a few tips on fishing lake Toho and the Kissimmee Chain.
The long,warm summer has left us with large areas of hydrilla, fish and wildlife have not sprayed this summer, up to this week, any part of the lake. Goblets cove is socked in as well as the lower end up and their Whaleys and Browns point. Granada and Overstreet are in good shape, with beautiful grass and clean water.
Big Grassy is also in good shape. Behind or west side of the islands are also locked in with hydrilla.
North of Sign marker 24 in open water has been quite active with some good catches before 8am
What I have found is that most of my fish are in the 6 to 8 ft depths, hard bottom with areas or clumps of hydrilla rising 2 to 3 foot of the bottom.
Fishing in the kissimmee grass produces some fish, but not in the quantity only in the size.
Less fish, just bigger.
Water is 79 night to 83 day, clear in the grass, stained in the center of the lake and dingy in the south. Days are 70 at dawn and up to 85 during the day. Usually a nice breeze early and evening.
Have fun and catch some fish, They are biting
Captain Jim Passmore
Orlando Fishing Forecast:
Fall is a great time to go fishing. It is also a great time to catch some Quality and Quantity bass
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