Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Water Levels: The lake level is lowered 2 ½ feet to prepare for the typical afternoon rains. When the level is lowered, the bass move out to open water hydrilla fields. Large numbers of bass congregate in groups over the hydrilla beds. Then we can anchor our boat in special spots and catch good numbers of fish before moving on.
Sunday, April 10, 2016
Spring is one of the most enjoyable times to be out on Lake Toho for a little freshwater fishing. The weather in Central Florida at this time of the year is almost always incredibly nice -- sunny and clear. Lake Toho Fishing ReportWe offer four, five, six, and eight hour trips up until the middle of June. However, when the afternoons become too hot, the bass stop feeding, and we discourage guide trips longer than six hours. As always, the most productive time to fish for trophy bass is during the early hours of the day. A light rain or thunderstorm may occur before the day is over, but it likely will be too late in the day to interrupt your fishing.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
Lake Toho: #1 Trophy Bass Lake in USA! If you're hoping to catch some trophy bass during the next few months, your odds are better at Lake Tohopekaliga than anywhere else in the nation. So, come on down and treat yourself to the bass fishing trip of a lifetime! [Note: With the popularity of Florida fishing on the rise across the United States and abroad, it is important to book your guide trips as early as possible. The sooner you book, the more likely you will get the dates you prefer.
Gift Certificate: Need a unique gift for someone special? How about a day of trophy bass fishing on Lake Toho? Just give me a call and a beautiful gift certificate will soon be on its way to you – a gift your special person will never forget!
Bass wishes, Capt.James Jackson (800) 738-8144 or cell: 407-288-9670:
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
The weather is great and so is the bass fishing here on Lake Toho.
In the last two weeks the weather has been beautiful with temperatures
in the low 80's, with nice stable warm weather makes for very productive
fishing.Our freshwater Florida bass fishing charters have been producing
15 to up over 25 bass on 4 and 5 hour bass guide trips. Also, the numbers
of trophy bass 10 pounds and larger being caught on our Lake Toho guided
bass trips have been almost on an everyday basis's. So, if you are here in
Central Florida near Disney World in the Orlando, Kissimmee area or are
planning a trip to our area. You couldn't be coming at a better time to
experience trophy Florida bass fishing guide trip of a lifetime.
Bass wishes, Capt.James Jackson
Thursday, January 28, 2016
First Spawn: With the first spawn, which occurs during our winter season, Toho's staging areas are alive with their greatest numbers of fish. To locate them, check out the maidencane grass fields. Maidencane grass is the predominate vegetation near the spawning grounds, areas having firm, sandy bottoms. The concentration of bass in these locations sets the stage for a lot of action. January through March is peak season for trophy bass fishing in Central Florida -- and the busiest time of year for our professional bass guides. Be sure to ask your guide take a photo of you with your trophy catch.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Choice of Bait: After a few days of good weather, artificial lures (mainly top water baits, plastic worms and soft jerk baits) can produce some decent catches. But, with typical winter weather patterns continuing from the first of the year until spring, wild shiners remain your best assurance for both good numbers and size. Keep in mind, however, that after a cold front passes, producing bass with either kind of bait can be difficult.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Average Catches: Winter is our favorite time of the year for catching good numbers of big Florida black bass. Setting your hook on upwards of 25 largemouth bass is not unusual, and you can expect plenty of them to be in the 4 to 7 pound range. When it comes to the 10+ pound monsters you read about, each of our guides sees 2 or 3 caught every week. We assure you, your bass guide will put you on plenty of bass -- but it's up to you to get them in the boat! For every half dozen you land, you are likely to lose one or two in Florida's grassy waters.