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Orlando, FL - Lake Toho, Clermont Chain & The Kissimmee Chain

Capt. Tim Fey
March 24, 2005
Orlando - Freshwater Fishing Report

Lake Toho

Today we had Bill out on Lake Toho, weather was great, not the sunshine like the weatherman said but a perfect day.

Waters started out at 70 degrees and warmed up to 75 by days end.

We started out working Brownies Point with Gene Larew Craws, black with red flake, and white spinnerbaits. Working the grass flats was the only way to catch them today, even with perfect weather the fishing was still tough.

From Brownies Point we headed into Gobblets Cove, pitching the lily pads with only one good hit back there.

From Gobblets Cove we headed to Whaleys Landing and worked the grass flats there. Again working white spinnerbiats and flippin craws, senkos,horny toads, and a few lizzards. Handful of Bass made it to the boat with the biggest today coming in at 4.5 pounds.

We seen several shiner guys out there and they were saying the fishing was very tough even with shiners.

Tomorrow we are headed to Lake Kissimmee and then Sunday Bill is coming back for day 2 of his trip.

Till my next report, tight lines and keep safe.

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Florida Bass Fishing Guides' founder Capt. Tim Fey has been fishing Central Florida lakes for over 15 years. Capt. Tim Fey is a Licensed captain with the US Coast Guard and an avid tournament angler. Capt. Tim has published numerous articles on trophy bass fishing and is an advocate of CPR Catch, Photograph, and Release.

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