Lake Toho Fishing
Welcome to Lake Toho fishing; Our staff of fishing guides on Lake Toho cordially invite you to experience possibly the best bass fishing you will ever encounter. Fish Lake Toho one of Florida’s most famous big bass lakes and get to enjoy one of Florida’s most precious natural resources all while catching big trophy bass. Were proud of being the leaders in Orlando bass fishing guide services in Central Florida and hope if you’re searching for the excitement of trophy bass fishing while visiting Orlando you will give us a call after exploring our website and all the great pictures.
When planning a vacation to Central Florida area consider taking a guided bass fishing trip with Florida’s largest and most respected fishing guide service. Our guides are full-time bass fishing guides and professional tournament anglers that know how to provide the prefect fishing experience for our customers. Catching trophy bass on Lake Toho and creating memories is what our guide service is consistently achieving daily!
Our no fish, no pay guarantee on all Orlando bass fishing trips leaves us consistently at #1, standing alone at the top when it comes to credibility and reliability in the Orlando bass fishing industry. BASS Online specializes in catching trophy bass, with artificial lures, fly fishing gear and live bait. Our fishing guides will teach you proven techniques that catch trophy Florida bass, at the same time helps improve your skills for bass fishing on your own.
Come experience the beautiful Orlando Florida area and all of its Central Florida lakes including Lake Toho, Lake Cypress and Lake Kissimmee. These lakes are all part of the Central Florida Chain of lakes that provide the perfect opportunity for you to experience Orlando Florida bass fishing. Be sure to visit our bass fishing photos page to see what our customers are catching during these fishing trips. Click here to see Orlando bass fishing guide rates for fishing Lake Toho and the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.
Consider a vacation in Central Florida bass fishing, a great way to spend time with the family while in Orlando. Men, Women, children, your best friend or business client are all welcome to come enjoy a day of bass fishing on Lake Toho with us. We plan on making your Orlando fishing trip an unforgettable experience, that will have you thinking about nothing other than wanting more and leaving you craving to come back for more.
We have only U.S. Coastguard licensed Orlando bass fishing guides, we maintain the highest standard of safety to make sure you have a relaxing day while you are fishing with us. The one thing that remains the same in Florida is the abundance of trophy bass fishing opportunities as well as the chance to see exotic plants and watch native Florida wildlife. If you’re seeking that once in a lifetime fishing trip or just want to experience more of what Florida’s beautiful lakes have to offer, book your charter now.
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More about LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA (Osceola County): Lake Tohopekaliga known to the locals as Lake Toho is an 18,810-acre lake located southeast of the city of Kissimmee. The Florida Fishing Commission fish attractors are especially popular fishing areas, for a map with lat-long coordinates, click here.
Largemouth bass anglers may want to direct their time on the water around the mouth of Shingle Creek, enhanced shorelines east and west of South Port Park, Lanier Point, Goblets Cove, and Brown’s Point. Offshore hydrilla patches near channel marker 24, Little Grassy Island, and in Goblets Cove will also hold a good number of bass. Additionally, anglers who can find moving water associated with rainfall runoff should give these areas a cast or two. Both live and artificial baits can be very effectively utilized within all the above mentioned areas. Golden shiners are the live bait of choice by most anglers, although spinner-baits (white, white/Chartreuse or yellow skirted), lip-less crank-baits (chrome or shad colored) and plastic worms (black, black grape, black/blue, and June bug colored) will account for a fair share of the catches.
Typically from April to June you will find spawning activity by bluegill in full force in Lake Tohopekaliga. Anglers targeting bluegill should try to schedule time on the water around the new and full moon phases and concentrate their efforts in areas having sandy bottoms associated with vegetation. Brown’s Point and North Steer Beach are two areas of the lake which have been productive over the years. Live bait (crickets and red wigglers) will be the bait of choice by many bluegill anglers, but small artificial jigs (tube lure or curly-tailed) or beetle spins (white or yellow colored) will also account for some respectable stringers of fish.
Several boat ramps available around Lake Toho, with the most popular being a six-lane boat ramp with a floating courtesy dock located on Lakeshore Blvd. From the intersection of Highway 192 and Highway 441/17-92 in Kissimmee, travel south on Main Street 0.6 mile to Monument Avenue. Turn left onto Monument Avenue and follow to Lakeshore Blvd. Turn right on Lakeshore and follow 0.3 miles to ramps on left. Pier and bank fishing is allowed.
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I just wanted to send you my deepest gratitude for setting Mary and I up on the 2 best fishing days we have ever had. Mary is not much into fishing but she had a blast being on the lake and talking with Captain Steve. We both found him to be very delightful and knowledgeable. Proof of his expertise is that even I managed to snag a few bass (and chain pickerel too, which were on my "bucket list"). All in all it was a very memorable trip and I will have very fond memories of it -- up to the point when I return again soon, lol!
I sent a "Thank You" e-mail to Steve along with a small gift that I recently ran into while shopping, and also wanted to send him a tip (I had gotten so bewildered with the transactions that I forgot to include one). Thank you very much, hope you had a Merry Xmas and will have a great New Year. Hope to be back soon!
Spike, thank you for the kind words and taking the time to send a review. Capt Steve and all us here sincerely thank you for allowing us to be part of your memories!