Lake Toho Bass Fishing
Capt. Tim Fey
September 12, 2012
Lake Tohopekaliga - Freshwater Fishing Report
So everyone wants to know what is going on in bass fishing in Florida. Well here it is folks, we have been having some great bass still being caught and everyone is having a great time out here. Lake Toho has been good with live bait as well as artificial baits. Senko type baits and flukes have been the best for us on the artificial baits.
Bait tossed around hydrilla have been the main way to catching the bass if there is no flow going on. Some days have been weightless and some have been with a small bullet weight, all depending on how the bass are positioned.. Red eye shads have been good producers and a great way to help locate bass as well as reach the schoolers that may be just out of casting distance with soft plastic.
Live wild shiners have been good on the slow troll in the open waters near areas of good hydrilla concentration. Lip hooked and set below a float is usually the best bet, but we have a few days were we have run them without the float. The heat is almost gone and that typically means time for some good top water action as previous years have dictated.
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