Thursday, December 18, 2014
Florida bass fishing guides at Freelancer Bass Guide Service are totally impress with the big bass bite on Lake Toho. Capt. Jackson has found an area on the lake where the bass are stacked into 5 acre area on Lake Toho, like cord wood. The average size of these Florida bass are 3 to 5 lbs. with the number of 10 to 14 pound are almost beyond belief. We are getting chances at 10 pound plus bass almost on an everyday basis. I don't know that I have ever seen so many trophy bass in one area of Toho in my 33 years of professional bass guiding. Lake Toho Florida trophy bass fishing doesn't get any better then it is right now. So, come on down and get them while the get 'en is good.
Friday, December 5, 2014
The peak season for trophy size Florida bass on Lake Toho has started off with
a bang. Florida bass fishing on West Lake Tohopikaliga has been phenomenal
with catches of 15 to 30 bass on our four hour trip. Now, that's some fast bass
action.Not only the bass action is fast, catches of trophy sized Toho lunkers in
excess of 10 pounds have been coming in at a rate of 3 to 4 per week, that is
almost everyday. It usually doesn't get this good until January, with the bass
fishing being this good at the beginning of our peak season.This could make
for the best trophy bass fishing that we have seen for years. So, isn't time you
come down to Lake Toho here in Kissimmee, Florida and catch your trophy bass
of a life time. We know where your trophy bass lives.Our Lake Toho bass fishing
charters for December through March are filling up fast. Get your reservations in
as early as possible while we still have guides available.Give A.J.'s Freelancer
Bass Guide Service a call and let us guide you to the trophy bass trip of a life
See you soon.
Bass wishes, Captain A.James Jackson
www.orlandobass.com (800) 738-8144
Thursday, October 30, 2014
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 holiday 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
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Pre-spawn: As water temperatures approach the low- to mid-seventies, the bass begin to group in pre-spawn staging areas, setting the scene for a lot of action at these locations. Fishing Toho in the fall becomes a more productive and enjoyable endeavor because you don't have to run all over the lake, catching one fish here and another there. You can spend more time fishing in each location. Bass wishes, Capt.Jackson www.orlandobass.com (800) 738-8144
Monday, October 20, 2014
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 November 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 70's 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.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Average Catches: On a good day at this time of year: Catches of 15-29 bass are common, with catches of 5 to 6 pound bass a daily occurrence. When it comes to bass in the 10+ pound class, it is not unusual to produce a couple each week. (As always, your personal statistics can be better or worse, depending on weather conditions.) And, for every bass you catch over 10 pounds, you can expect to lose one or two in the heavy grasses. Nevertheless, the months of October, November, and December offer you plenty of opportunity to hook big bass; but it's up to you to get them in the boat!
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
The fall season has started on West Lake Tohopekaliga in the beautiful Kissimmee, Orlando
Central Florida area.This is the start of our peak season for trophy size Lake Toho bass.
Florida bass fishing on Lake Toho has been good. It's the middle of September and right now
we are fishing hydrilla beds, which is a submerged vegetation that is found on Toho's waters.
Big female bass are grouping up in their pre spawn staging areas. This may sound a little odd
for those of you that live up north. But,here in Central Florida our spawning season begins in
late November and goes thru the beginning of April. The spawning period for Lake Toho is a 5
month long event and gives us a peak season for Toho's lunker bass, fall through early spring.
Now, that you understand how our peak season and spawning period work. Lets get back to
what is happening now. Lake Toho's big female bass are grouping up on the outside edges of
Toho's hydrilla beds which has made for some great bass fishing, with catches of 15 to over 20
bass being caught on our Lake Toho fishing charters with consistent catches of 8 to up over 10
pound Florida largemouth bass.The weather at this time of year is very consistent and stable,
which in turn gives us very consistent and reliable Florida bass fishing. Now you may ask what
method for catching Lake Toho trophy bass are best. Without a doubt wild shiners are always the
best way for catching numbers of Toho bass and is also the best way for catching trophy size bass.
But, for those of you that prefer bass fishing with artificial lures, this is also a great time for
catching Toho bass. Using top water baits early in the morning which has been producing good
numbers of bass also an occasional Toho lunker bass. Plastic worms and soft jerk baits or better
known as flukes are always Lake Toho producers fished in and around Toho's hydrilla beds.
Also rattle traps crank baits and spinner baits have been producers for Toho's bass. So, if you
are planning a trip to the Kissimmee/ Orlando area or already here in the Central Florida area.
Now is a good time for catching Lake Florida bass. To make a reservation call Captain Jackson
at (800) 738-8144 or e-mail : email@example.com. We know where your lake Toho trophy bass
of a lifetime lives.
Looking forward to fishing with you.
Bass wishes, Capt.A. James Jackson