Toho Artificial Bait Fishing
Lake Toho in Kissimmee Florida is an excellent bass fishing destination. While traveling to Central Florida and wanting to experience what Kissimmee truly has to offer, get out bass fishing on this beautiful lake. The wildlife and nature is something you have to explore yourself. Our experienced captains and local experts will put you on some of the best Toho Artificial Bait Fishing in Central Florida.
Captain Brent Nelson is one of the BEST for catching Florida largemouth bass on artificial baits. He works very hard to make sure you are in the right location and using the right techniques to catch the bass. Three days in a row he went out on Lake Toho and caught them up on a variety of different baits.
When you are visiting Florida, make sure to understand and be prepared to endure some changing weather. It is our rainy season down here and you can get wet. Don’t worry though, it always passes quickly and most of the time the weather forecast is not completely accurate.
Captain Brent had the pleasure to fish with Steve and Travis on Lake Toho on his first day on Lake Toho. They were traveling from Virginia and wanted to experience what Lake Toho had to offer. Most mornings you can catch some nice bass immediately on artificial and then the bite slows down to where it will begin to produce on wild caught live shiners.
The artificial baits that were the most productive were a Bass Assassin die-dapper, speed worms and the fat-job. If you are patience with these baits, you will have success. The incredible grass structures on Lake Toho hold fish close to the bank along with in open water. You can really enjoy some great fishing if you love to throw artificial baits.
Steve and Travis caught 25 Florida largemouth bass. The biggest fish weighed right around 5 pounds 10 ounces. Steve caught a 5.4 pound largemouth on the die-dapper. Captain Brent is looking forward to fishing with these amazing gentlemen again in the future.
After this amazing fishing trip, Captain Brent had the pleasure of fishing with Mark, Jenifer, Brian and Eric Davidson. They were a family looking to have some fun catching bass on Lake Toho. When you have more than two people on the boat, it can get tough to throw artificial baits.
Wild caught live shiners were the most effective bait to use on this fishing trip. If you love to just catch bass along with entice some bigger ones, you should most certainly use this technique. This amazing group and family caught 16 plus fish weighing up to 5 pounds. It is amazing to explore what bass fishing has to offer here in Kissimmee and Captain Brent is looking forward to fishing with them again in the future.
Weather can turn off a fishery at times but Lake Toho is a very stable lake. Even with bad weather, Captain Brent produced another fantastic fishing trip. He had the pleasure of fishing with Warnecke Family. They were traveling from Ohio to enjoy Florida.
On this trip, the artificial bite slowed down but if you moved into the main lake, you were able to find some decent fish. Rattle Traps are the most effective bait to throw in open water. Wild caught live shiners were the most effective on this fishing trip. This awesome family managed to boat 17 fish in their quick trip weighing up to 6 pounds.
Lake Toho Artificial Bait Fishing will continue to get better as the summer roles in. If you are either visiting or live local to this fantastic fishery and have never experienced it, let’s get you hooked up. You can most certainly catch a fish of a lifetime. Don’t be discouraged by weather or summer time heat when fishing in Central Florida, Lake Toho will still have you catching quality largemouth bass. We’re only one click away to a fishing adventure worth remembering. Captain Brent is looking forward to seeing you on the water next time!!
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About Capt Brent Nelson grew up in North Georgia and had a love of all things outdoors from a very young age. Always wanting to share his love of fishing, nature, and wildlife with others he pursued a career as a licensed captain and is now certified through the U.S. Coast Guard as well as a carries a Sea Tow endorsement. Brent has been very Blessed to have fished in Various Bass Fishing Clubs, Fishing Tournaments and Charity Events over the past 27 years helping and preparing him with gaining guide experience.