Frog Togg Big Bass Fishing

Florida is known for its turn of weather but that doesn’t stop the bass fishing here. Frog Togg Big Bass Fishing can be some of the best fishing you can experience.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Walter traveling from West Virginia to catch some quality largemouth bass.

While the weather moved in on us it did not stop one of the better fishing trips we have had. No lightening rolled in which allowed us to remain safely on the water.

We got wet and ran for the bridges to wait out the rain until it cleared up and we made a run back to some great fishing. When the rain stopped the big bass came out to play.

Walter caught one of his biggest bass he has caught weighing 7 pounds 12 ounces. In fact, he told me a story about catching one close to that size on Lake Okeechobee years ago but never got it on the scale.

It is always good to weigh your fish so the customer knows exactly what size fish they caught. Wild caught shiners were the most effective method on this trip and you had to fish them slowly. Let the shiners move on top of the weeds and they will be picked up quickly by a
hungry bass.

Walter enjoyed his trip out and we are looking forward to fishing with him again in the future. For everyone else out there, for all your fresh and saltwater fishing needs, contact us today and we will be glad to help!

Come Catch Yours with Capt Steve Niemoeller on the Butler Chain of Lakes.


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