Trophy Bass Fishing Lake Toho Florida

2011-04-19 23:11:15
Kissimmee, Florida - Freshwater Fishing Report
Lake Toho

Lake Toho has been fishing great the past two weeks.Offshore shell beds have been producing some very good fish

on the days we have lite winds.These areas in the main lake have a lot of shad and the fish can be seen schooling.

Rattle Traps and Hard Jerk Baits have been my bait of choice on these shell beds and a Bitters Bait and Tackle

June Bug Blue Tail Worm worked very slow is also producing good fish as well.

The inside grass lines are full of fish at this time.Look for scattered Kissimmee Grass mixed with Hydrilla in 2 to 3 ft of water and you will catch fish.I have been using a Bitters Naked Swimmer in the Native Shiner color and doing very well with clients

the past week.

The flipping bite has been great as well.Matted Kissimmee Grass and Alligator Weed in 3 to 4 ft of water has worked best for me the past two weeks.

Thanks From Captain Ed Bussard and Bass Challenger Guide Service

Guiding Clients To Trophy Bass In Central FL For Over 31 Years.

www.basschallenger.com

office 800-241-5314

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Fish Species: Trophy Bass
Bait Used: artificial
Tackle Used: Loomis Rods ABU Reels
Method Used: Casting Flipping
Water Depth: 2 to 6 ft
Water Temperature: 77
Wind Direction: SW
Wind Speed: 15 to 20


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