Isolation Kissimmee Bass Fishing
During these times of social isolation, getting outdoors can be a great way to stay active. All across the state, boat ramps are closing but the boat ramps around Kissimmee, FL are still open for fishing. If you are a local or traveler that is stuck here due to travel restrictions, getting on the water can be a great option to keep yourself occupied. Explore some Isolation Kissimmee Bass Fishing on your next outdoor adventure.
Below you will find an update on how the fishing has been here in Central Florida. We hope to share a special moment with you on the water. Please reach out with any questions you may have about our availability and we will be happy to assist.
Enjoy this fishing update for Lake Toho Bass Fishing with our Local Experts and Professional Fishing Captains:
Fishing with Captain John Leech
“Lake Toho is a famous lake known for its bass fishing. Every year, the lake gets a lot of publicity from local and national tournaments. When the tournaments come, it is best to stay off the water until the afternoon when all the boats have finished fishing. Luckily, all tournaments use artificial lures and most of our trips are done with live bait.
I had the pleasure and opportunity to fish with Ethan and Mike. While exploring what Central Florida had to offer, getting out on Lake Toho was a must. This big beautiful lake has some big bass that can be caught almost all year round. Great weather promoted some great fishing that they surely won’t forget.
Ethan and Mike capitalized a strong bite on their quick 4-hour fishing adventure. The biggest bass caught on this trip weighed in at 6 pounds, which was a giant largemouth bass. You can expect catches like this during this time of year. Larger females are spawning and in post-spawn ready to either protect their bed or gorge on bait.
These guys had an awesome trip and will cherish these fishing memories. I am looking forward to getting back out on the water again with them in the future!” – Captain John Leech
Fishing with Captain Steve Niemoeller
“Florida bass fishing is best done with live bait. Most anglers when it comes to fishing for largemouth bass, don’t associate live bait with it. When you come to Florida, using live bait can produce the results and action you want. Watching a big bass blow a shiner out of the water is a thrill you will never forget!
I had the pleasure of fishing with Justin and his brother Brandon. They were given a bass fishing trip as a present and went out while they were here in Central Florida. Lake Toho Bass Fishing was the perfect way to soak in the Florida sun and get outdoors.
This was a quick 6-hour fishing trip. Justin and Brandon never had the chance to fish with wild-caught live shiners. This was their first time fishing with them and they had a great time. They caught over 20 largemouth bass on their trip with the biggest weighing right around 5 pounds. As well, several fish weighed in at 2-3 pounds.
The wind was blowing which kept the bite strong but also pushed us to find some protected areas. Justin and Brandon will be back for more action in the near future and I am looking forward to our next fishing trip!” – Captain Steve Niemoeller
Fishing with Captain Brent Nelson
During the month of March, bass fishing is prime here on Lake Toho. Kissimmee, FL becomes the place to explore especially when looking to catch quality largemouth bass.
First trip of this update:
“I had the pleasure of fishing with Kevin and his wife from Tennessee. A Lake Toho fishing trip was a great idea to soak in the fresh air and enjoy the outdoors. The fishing conditions were sporadic with moments of rain, wind, and cloudy weather but that did not stop the bass from biting.
Kevin and his wife enjoyed every moment on the water. They caught over 15 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. The most productive method to catching these bass were wild-caught live shiners. As well, the bass were chewing on artificial baits including speed worms, soft plastic worms, and flukes.
When fishing for bass in Florida, focus your attention on submerged hydrilla on the main lake areas. This grass structure will attract fish and help you land that big bass you are after. Storms rolled through during the trip and shut down the bite. Once it moved through, Kevin and his wife picked away at several more quality fish.
They caught fish up to 4 pounds on this fishing trip. It was a blast watching them reel in these strong fighting fish. I am looking forward to getting back out on the water again with them in the future!”
Second trip of this update:
“It was a great pleasure to fish with Dennis, Steve, and Mark. While spending some time in Central Florida, they wanted to get out bass fishing. It was going to be a quick 4-hour afternoon fishing trip with some steady action.
Wild-caught shiners were the best way to catch largemouth on this trip as well. We went back to very similar areas as the last trip fishing over submerged hydrilla. The bass would come out from this structure and attack the bait.
Dennis, Steve, and Mark enjoyed the Florida sunshine and fought the windy conditions at the same time. Overall, they had a successful day on the water with over 10 largemouth bass in the boat up to 5 pounds. Nothing beats spending time on the water with your friends will reeling in quality largemouth bass. Everyone on board had a fantastic time and are looking forward to next time!” – Captain Brent Nelson
Come Catch Yours TODAY!
March has been a precursor to how the fishing will be in the upcoming months. You can still come out and catch some beautiful fish all trip long. Stay safe and choose a reliable local expert to get you on the fish you are after. We hope to get the chance to show you around while staying away from people and the crowds on an isolation Kissimmee bass fishing trip.