Lazy Days on lake Toho
Capt. Jim Passmore
August 17, 2008
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report
It is diffently summer as evening rains and constant draw downs by the corp. of engineers to keep our water level stable in case of a tropical depression, keeps me and the bass guessing.
Bass have moved back into the kissimmee grass and 8 to 10 in a morning is average. look for clean, clear and holes in larger patches of grass produces better.
I am signing off for August as My wife and I are taking a trip. I will be back in sept to start the fall fishing. Looking forward to sept thru dec as schoolies and pre-spawning bass are feeding for their long spawning time Jan thru April
Also the snook season is back in full swing the 1st of sept. and I love those large snook and reds at the inlet.
Rest a couple of weeks and get ready to get her done as fall is full of action. lots of days on the water. I get excited about this time every year as summer comes to a close. Of course it is still warm in sept here but with all the action it soon pases and you start noticing cooler mornings.
If you are thinking of coming down this fall or Jan thru April you need to book your fishing days as soon as you can. To guarantee your self a spot in the action.
Captain Jim Passmore
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Orlando Fishing Forecast:
Sept is an awsome month for saltwater and oct thru dec for freshwater schoolies and pre-spawn
Bass. Beautiful weather and fishing, who could ask for more.
Bass, Snook, Redfish
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