Blind Casting Fishing Trip
Every Florida Fishing trip will propose a new challenge for you to battle with. Many times it is the conditions and excellent Captains know their way around these challenges. Sometimes you have to go on blind casting fishing trip to dial yourself in.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Garrett and Brayden Tudor on Lake Toho. They wanted to experience what the bass fishing was like on this incredible lake. Despite the conditions, the lake produced an excellent fishing trip.
The bass bite early in our trip and quite often. Early morning bites are frequent and are the best bites to catch. Central Florida can truly be an incredible place to adventure and catch largemouth bass.
Garrett and Brayden managed to catch 26 Florida largemouth bass weighing up to 3.5 pounds. The most effective method was live shiners but we also caught some on artificial baits. We started to blind cast small beaver style bait to spawning beds where fish were holding. This added to our total fish catch throughout the trip.
I am looking forward to fishing with Garrett and Brayden again in the future. Book your trip today on Lake Toho for the fishing trip of a lifetime catching largemouth bass. I look forward to fishing with you!!
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Captain 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 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.