High Pressure Bass Fishing in Kissimmee, Florida with Local Experts

High-Pressure Bass Fishing

Are you an outdoorsy person that is visiting Central Florida in the near future? Kissimmee, Florida is one of the nicest places to explore and visit. When you embark on your vacation in Central Florida, you have plenty to experience and do. Take a break from the theme parks and explore what high-pressure bass fishing can do for you. Bring your family along for a fishing adventure you will not forget.

It is not every day that you have the ability to come to explore what Florida has to offer. With that being said, we want to assure you that you have the most remarkable time. If you are looking for a great time bass fishing and experiencing the wildlife in Florida, our fishing charters with our local experts are the way to go.

Here is an update for Lake Toho Bass Fishing in Kissimmee, FL with Captain Devin:

Captain Devin Dickerson had the pleasure of fishing with Jeff and Hiram on an afternoon adventure. Jeff and Hiram were traveling to Central Florida on vacation and wanted to explore what Florida Bass Fishing had to offer. Lake Toho was a great option for them and the bass fishing was very productive.

The afternoon was started with all artificial baits. Constantly changing fishing conditions can make artificial fishing difficult at times. The rain was coming down sporadically but that did not stop the bass from biting. Jeff and Hiram caught 4 largemouth bass while flipping the heavy cover. Shortly after that, they switched to live bait putting several more quality fish in the boat on their quick 4-hour fishing trip.

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Jeff and Hiram enjoyed their time on the water and Captain Devin is looking forward to their next trip out.

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It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Devin was back out on Lake Toho. This time, he had the pleasure of fishing with John and his father-in-law Benny. They were traveling from Indiana on a family vacation. While doing so, Lake Toho Bass Fishing was an intriguing activity they wanted to embark on.

The north end of Lake Toho produced big time for these travelers. Wild-caught live shiners were the most effective in catching Florida largemouth bass on this fishing trip. John and Benny caught approximately 20 bass on this fishing trip weighing up to 6 pounds. Submerged hydrilla is the main structure point on Lake Toho for catching big bass.

John and Benny had a great time reeling in quality largemouth bass. It was a productive morning of fishing and Captain Devin is looking forward to fishing with these gentlemen again soon!

That afternoon, Captain Dvin had the pleasure of fishing with Jim and his friend John. These gentlemen always wanted to catch bass in Central Florida and Lake Toho was the perfect fit. They came down on the tail end of a full moon making fishing quite interesting. On top of that, high pressure and no wind made Captain Devin have to put in some more work.

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Capt Devin Delivers

The experience allowed Captain Devin to put these gentlemen on some quality fish. Jim and John caught around 20 largemouth bass on their quick afternoon fishing trip. The largest fish weighed 5.75 pounds. They also caught several bass in the 4-5 pound range. All the fish were caught on wild-caught live shiners over submerged hydrilla on the main lake.

Jim and John had a blast fishing on Lake Toho. Captain Devin is looking forward to their next trip on the water.

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The action has been super strong on Lake Toho in Kissimmee, FL. It is only going to get better and the bass is going to continue to bite. The warm months of Florida are a great time to come catch largemouth bass. Cash in on an early morning or late afternoon fishing trip for an adventure of a lifetime. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!

Come Experience Kissimmee and Catch Yours Today…

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