Lake Toho Group Bass Fishing
Are you traveling to Central Florida in the near future? Are you going to the tourist attractions and looking for additional activities to embark on? Kissimmee Florida Bass Fishing is one of the best ways to experience Central Florida. Hop on board with one of our local experts and catch the fish of a lifetime. The Largemouth Bass are biting this time of year as the spawn is in full effect. Check out our Lake Toho group bass fishing charters on your next visit to Florida.
One of the advantages of bass fishing in Kissimmee with our local experts is that you will be on fish all trip long. They work endlessly and as a team to make sure we provide the anglers with the best experience possible. If you are looking for the ultimate way to Experience Kissimmee Florida, our bass fishing charters is the way to go.
Here is a Kissimmee Bass Fishing Update:
Captain Brent Nelson embarked on a double fishing trip. The first one took place in the morning and one was in the afternoon. Lake Toho Bass Fishing is the perfect place to do this. On Captain Brent’s first trip, he had the pleasure of fishing with Allison and Ryan. This lovely couple was traveling from Connecticut looking for a great experience on the water.
They had an amazing time catching Florida largemouth bass all trip long. The preferred method was using wild-caught shiners and artificial baits. Hydrilla was the main focus along with pencil reeds. If you are an artificial fisherman, the best baits were a zoom super fluke, speed worm, rattletrap and June bug sencos. Ryan and Allison caught 32 largemouth bass. Most of the bass caught were between 2-4 pounds. The biggest bass brought to the boat weighed right at 6 pounds.
You truly can’t beat the action while bass fishing here in Kissimmee. Allison and Ryan will be back in the future for more action and Captain Brent is looking forward to it while Lake Toho Bass Fishing!
Captain Brent Nelson had the pleasure of fishing with David and Anna Barnes. They were traveling from the United Kingdom looking to spend some vacation time in Central Florida. While doing so, they also wanted to get out on the water and experience fishing for the first time. It was a quick afternoon fishing trip jammed packed with great action.
David and Anna both caught their personal best fish over and over. Every cast yielded yet another nice fish. The best method for newcomers is wild caught live shiners. If you focus your attention on submerged hydrilla beds, you have the best chance at catching a big bass. The largest bass was taken by Anna weighing in at 5.75 pounds. They had a fantastic time catching bass after bass and will be back for more action on their next visit!
Captain Brent is looking forward to showing them around and getting them on even better fish on Lake Toho!
The next day, Captain Steve Niemoeller, Captain John Leech, and Captain Brent adventured out on a three boat fishing trip. They had the pleasure of fishing with the Mount Pleasant High School Fishing Team. While traveling from Tennessee, they wanted to explore what Lake Toho in Kissimmee, FL had to offer.