Breakline Polarized Bed Fishing Lake Toho Largemouth Bass
As I pulled up to the boat ramp, I was amazed at how beautiful the lake looked today. Weather conditions were looming overheads but it still did not take away from the beauty. Michael came all the way from Minnesota to do some Bed Fishing Lake Toho Largemouth Bass, in Central Florida.
He insisted on doing artificial fishing and that is what we set out to do. I knew the only way to do that would be to bed fish. We went on searching for the big girls on their beds.
The wind was blowing just enough to make bed fishing difficult. As well, the fish were bedding in deeper water where they were difficult to spot. He pitched a soft plastic Bassassassin “fat-job” Senko worm onto the beds that were deep. Using that worm, he put a couple of good ones in the boat. Shiners were also an effective method when the conditions got worse.
Winds picked up and started forming white caps on the water. Michael forgot his polarized sunglasses and was having trouble with Bed Fishing Lake Toho. I was able to see them but we could not coordinate quick enough to make any bug bites happen.
Seeing is believing…
Having polarized glasses is the most important tool you can own as a fisherman. I use Breakline Polarized, they are the most reliable and best pair of sunglasses I have come across. Michael borrow a pair and it made all the difference. I think he might actually go out and buy a pair or two.
What an amazing trip overall, we had a lot of laughs. Looking forward to fishing with him again, as there is talk about a future trip. Hopefully, it won’t be as cold and windy as this time.
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Till next time,
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Captain Steve Niemoeller is a full-time Professional fishing guide and Licensed Master Captain. Primarily servicing the freshwater lakes of the St Johns River, Lake George, and Lake Monroe. He also guides on Harris Chain and Lake Toho. He also has great success on Ponce Inlet and Mosquito Lagoon in saltwater catching Redfish and other species.