Kissimmee Big Bass Blast

Are you visiting Kissimmee, FL this summer? All throughout summer is a prime time for fishing for largemouth bass in Central Florida. Warm waters and active bait keep the bass hungry and aggressive. Get out in the early morning to avoid the sun and catch more bass than you can handle. You even may come across a giant largemouth bass. Hop on board for a Kissimmee Big Bass Blast on your next vacation to Florida.

One of the main keys to having a productive day on the water is a local expert. They have years of experience that can help you get to the bass quicker and catch more fish. Whether you want to throw artificial baits or live bait, our experts can get it done. They pride themselves on being the most professional and knowledgeable fishing captains in Central Florida.

Here is your Lake Toho Bass Fishing Update:

Captain John Leech had the pleasure of fishing with Sean and his Dad. They were visiting Kissimmee and wanted to get the full experience. In order to accomplish that goal, they wanted to spend two days on the water. It was truly a blast for these guys to be out on Lake Toho. Originally, they wanted to fish the Butler Chain of Lakes but the bigger bass was on Lake Toho.

The first day was by far the best. When you explore Kissimmee, always know that you can have a chance at a trophy largemouth bass. Sean wanted to throw artificial baits early in the morning but nothing was biting. After one to many casts, he switched over to wild-caught live shiners. It didn’t take long for the action to begin.

Sean caught the first bass weighing in at 4 pounds. Once reeled in and released, Captain John put on some new bait and it went down yet again. This time, he set the hook on a giant trophy largemouth bass. Sean enjoyed the fight and pull off this 9.3-pound largemouth bass. They caught over 15 fish on this fishing trip.

The next trip consisted of similar action with no big bass in the boat. Sean and his father accomplished their goal and had a fantastic time fishing with Captain John. Captain John is looking forward to their next adventure on the water.

Kissimmee Big Bass Blast 1Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Devin Dickerson explored the waters of Kissimmee, FL. He had the pleasure of fishing with Jason, Jacob, Jody, and Luke. They were traveling from Texas looking to cash in on some largemouth bass fishing. Jacob is a Make-A-Wish recipient and wanted to go fishing after hitting all the theme parks.

These men had a blast also catching over 15 quality largemouth bass in their quick 4-hour fishing trip. Jacob caught the biggest bass weighing over 5 pounds. The action is strong on Lake Toho and you can catch some quality bass this time of year.

Jason, Jacob, Jody, and Luke are looking forward to coming back to Central Florida to catch more bass in the near future! Captain Devin can’t wait to get them on even bigger bass.

It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Mike Morse had the pleasure of fishing with Jeremy. Jeremy was traveling to Central Florida for a vacation and wanted to do some bass fishing. Lake Toho Bass Fishing was the best option for him. Captain Mike got him on some nice largemouth bass in his short time on the water.

Jeremy caught over a dozen bass on his fishing trip. Most of the bass weighed between 2-4 pounds. He caught fish on both artificial and live bait. The main areas of focus were in the 5 feet of water on reed points. Jeremy had a lot of fun catching bass on this fishing trip. Captain Mike is looking forward to fishing with him again in the near future! Kissimmee Big Bass Blast 2

If you are looking for something fun to do, Kissimmee bass fishing is a great option. Get in the outdoors and enjoy the beautiful scenery of what Florida can over. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time. Our local experts can get you on some quality fishing all trip long.

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