Catching Schooling Florida Bass on a Florida Fishing Trip in Kissimmee

Catching Schooling Florida Bass

Florida Bass Fishing can be extremely exciting especially when you find a congregation of largemouth bass, which would be a school. You can experience this style of fishing throughout the whole year but you have to know where they are at. Come enjoy catching schooling Florida bass on your next vacation.

I had the pleasure of fishing with Teddy and Israel Williams. We went out to Lake Toho Bass Fishing in the morning on this trip. They wanted to experience what this incredible Central Florida Lake had to offer them.

Water temperatures are continuing to rise back to normal and the bigger bass is beginning to move around. You can catch them on artificial or live bait. The key to catching decent numbers is finding the schools. We had a rough start but once we found them, it was game on.

Blue and Silver rattle traps and shad-colored flukes were very effective methods in catching this schooling largemouth. You can also catch them on the wild shiners. Try a variety of baits when you go fishing to determine which is going to be best on that given day.

Lake Toho Continues to Produce

Teddy and Israel both caught their personal best fishing at Lake Toho. Also, they boated 16 quality largemouth bass with the biggest weighing 5.3 pounds! The action is steady and consistent this time of year.

I am looking forward to fishing with these gentlemen again soon. Don’t miss out on your adventure to catch Florida Largemouth Bass next
the time you are visiting.

Come Catch Yours with Captain Devin on Lake Toho.

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Captain Devin grew up in North Georgia catching schooling Florida bass 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.


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