Lake Toho Bass Fishing
Capt. Tim Fey
January 30, 2012
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report
Sorry this is coming so late, things have been very busy around here. Pretty much all of our trips have been done on Lake Toho and the bass have been playing very nicely for us. With most of the people opting for using live wild shiners, and a great choice of bait to use at this time of year I might add, they have been catching some good numbers of bass as well as some great size too.
With calmer days we have been working the wild shiners under a float, sometimes anchored in areas where we know we have a good concentration of bass marked already, if the bass have scattered on us we will slow troll the live bait to get back on them again. When the wind is up some we will work our baits freelined and this is an amazing way to catch some great bass as you can see from the pictures here.
Trips using artificial baits have been doing good as well. We have been throwing a lot of the Bass Assassin baits, mainly the Die Dapper and the TapOut and they have been catching some quality bass.
Main focus has been in and around areas with good concentration of Kissimmee grass hitting the nooks and holes. One big key is to get a read on the wind patterns for previous days, if there has been a consistent direction in the wind, that will play a big key for locating bass quicker for you.
Till the next report, keep those lines tight and BASS ON!!!!!
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