Lake Toho Bass Fishing With Capt Steve

Lake Toho Bass Fishing With Capt Steve

This is my Lake Toho Bass Fishing With Capt Steve fishing report for Lake Toho.

I guided Ahmed his wife and their 3 kids, and we went and took some shiners with us and one of the kids caught on within 5 mins of being there. He was pretty excited about that, it was their first time fishing over here in the states. It was really fun we caught about a dozen fish, a bunch of bass, and a couple of gars.

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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.

ABOUT LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA

Welcome to West Lake Tohopekaliga, known to the locals as Lake Toho, is a 22,700-acre lake located in the City of Kissimmee. The Lake Tohopekaliga comes from the Seminole Indians who lived nearby, and it means “we will gather together here.” The lake is one of the most famous trophies bass fishing lakes in the entire country and spectacular, redear sunfish, birdwatching, and wildlife sightseeing. Osceola County, Florida, is home to Lake Tohopekaliga, the largest lake in the area.

AN INTRODUCTION OF LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA PARK

Lake Tohopekaliga park at the north end of the lake. It offers walking trails, barbeques or grills, pavilions, restrooms, covered picnic areas, a splash pad and playground for children, a fishing pier, a miniature lighthouse, picnic pavilions, and extremely lovely vessel ramps and docks, all well maintained by the City of Kissimmee.

Named and recognized as “The lakefront park” has a walking scenic trail, guests can observe wildlife such as alligators, waterfowl, otters, redear sunfish, turtles, and many more while sitting on park benches. The lake population of Florida-strain largemouth bass is the draw for most visitors.

 

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