Sunday, September 20, 2015
If you're hoping to catch some trophy bass during the next few months, your odds are better at Lake Toho than anywhere else in the nation. So, come on down and treat yourself to the bass fishing trip of a lifetime.
This is the season when the dog days of summer draw to an end with the beginning of October just around the corner, we gradually ease into fall. With the passage of several cold fronts, lake conditions begin to change. Water temperatures dip back into the 70s and water levels rise, approaching normal once again, which energizes the fish population in our Central Florida lakes. The Florida largemouth bass finds new vigor, and both fish and fishermen become more active.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Florida bass fishing on West Lake Tohopekaliga " Lake Toho" this summer has been very active in the morning hours. Good numbers of Florida bass can be caught during the early morning feeding frenzy that happens everyday from 6:00 to 9:30 am. This summer has been one of the most active summers on recent record. Wild shiners and artificial lures have been producing well. If you are bass fishing in the Kissimmee, Orlando area and planning to fish with artificial lures, soft plastic are best with Zoom Flukes being your best bet right now. But, wild shiners are always the best way to catch Lake Toho's BIGGEST bass. The fast bass action on Toho should continue right through the end of September. If you would like to go on one of our Lake Toho bass fishing charters with Capt.Jackson or one of his 7 full time professional bass guides. Please give us a call at (800) 738-8144: cell 407-288-9670. Our goal is to send you home with a photo of a catch worth bragging about and a big, ear-to-ear grin on your face. We know where your trophy lives.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Summer is a great time to fish Lake Toho in Kissimmee, Florida -- during the early hours of the day, that is. The weather in Central Florida is almost always nice in the morning -- sunny and clear – but the air heats up quickly as Orlando Fishing Reportthe day wears on. Air temperatures are usually in the mid 70s at daybreak, in the mid 80s by 10 AM, and in the low to mid 90s in the afternoon. During the months of July, August, and September, we recommend our clients book their trophy bass fishing trips for no more than 4, 5, or 6 hours, beginning at daybreak. The first 3 1//2 hours of daylight can be some of the most productive fishing of the year! Although, this is our rainy season, the thunderstorms usually don't occur until late afternoon or evening -- some time after our fishing adventure has ended for the day.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Average Catch: During the summer, the number of bass caught on 4-hour trips generally ranges from 10 to 15. When bass are more aggressive and active, a catch of 20 to 30 can be expected. Even on the worst of days, you can look to catch 5 to 8. The average size bass is about 3 pounds. However, 5 pounders are caught almost everyday. Catching a 7 to 8 pound bass is fairly common, but it is not everyday you land one. As for 10+ pound trophy bass, we catch at Toho all year round – just not as many during the summer as in the cool winter months, when the bass feed throughout the day. But, you never know what will happen – an 8 to 10 pound lunker may be your very next fish.
Friday, July 3, 2015
Lake Conditions: Water temperatures range from the mid-80s to the upper 80s. Over the winter and spring months, the lake levels are gradually lowered about 2 ½ feet to prevent possible flooding conditions during our summer rainy season. As the water level is lowered, the bass move out to open water hydrilla fields, where large numbers of bass congregate in groups. When the bass relocate to this deeper water, we relocate, too. No need now to catch one fish here and another over there. We anchor our boat in or near the hydrilla beds and catch good numbers of fish at each location before moving on – a more efficient use of our time.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Bait: As always, we recommend wild shiners for numbers of bass—and especially trophy-size bass. Artificial lures also can be very productive, provided you have the right conditions. Top-water baits are favored for early morning fishing. Plastic worms, flukes, sinkos, rattletraps, and spinner baits are the most productive lures used on Lake Toho and the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. So whether you prefer wild shiners or artificial lures, give us a call and we'll set you up with a great fishing adventure on beautiful West Lake Tohopecaliga – the Number #1 Trophy Bass Lake in USA!
Saturday, May 16, 2015
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.