Local Kissimmee Fishing Charters
Kissimmee, FL is home to one of the largest draws in the world: Disney. When traveling to Central Florida and looking to spend time with your family, you have to spend time at Disney. You may never get bored but if you do, we have something special for you. Florida largemouth bass fishing on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes is an exceptional adventure for your whole family. Hop on board for our local Kissimmee fishing charters on your next vacation to Central Florida!
Bass fishing in Florida can be quite intimidating. One you may not even know that you can freshwater fish in Florida but if you do, you probably are aware of the massive amount of destinations to go fishing. A local expert and professional is essential in having success in the water. If you want to lock into the fish quickly, just hop aboard and let them take care of the rest. When the line starts to leave the reel, be ready for a great fight.
Lake Toho Bass Fishing is a fantastic activity for the whole family. We have fishing vessels that are more intimate for groups of less than 4. We also have pontoon fishing vessels that can fit up to 6 people. Whatever size group you have, we can help you get on the water and catch some quality fish.
Here is a Lake Toho Fishing Update with our Local Experts
Captain John Leech had the pleasure of fishing with long-time repeat clients, Tommy Dorsey Jr, Sr, and their good friend Mike. They are local residents of Central Florida always looking to have a great time on the water. Tommy Jr is Captain John’s dentist and loves coming out to Lake Toho Bass Fishing.
It is always a blast getting out with these guys. They are always poking around with each other or engaging in competition. Captain John loves sitting back and enjoying the company. The fishing was great on this trip. Conditions paired up perfectly for a productive day on the water.
As of current, Lake Toho is fishing well. If you come into the right pod of fish, you can catch some big numbers. Now, generally is not the time for big numbers. The largemouth bass is in a transition mode. In a short time, you will start to see better numbers and quality of fish.
Tommy Jr, Sr, and Mike all had a great time fishing. Most of their fish weighed in around 2.5-3 pounds. The biggest fish caught on this trip weighed 4 pounds. When looking to come out bass fishing, you can expect some solid fish this time of year.
Captain John is looking forward to getting back out on the water with these guys again soon!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Captain Brent Nelson explored what Lake Toho had to offer. It was actually a two boat trip with Captain John. Captain Brent had the pleasure of fishing with Tom and his nephew Brian. Captain John enjoyed fishing with Tom’s cousin and Tom’s son.
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They were traveling locally from Orlando, FL looking to experience Kissimmee, FL. It was a beautiful sunny day with calm winds. Generally, this could slow down the bite but it fired it up on this trip. Tom and his family enjoyed putting Florida largemouth in the boat.
They caught between 30-40 largemouth bass on this fishing trip. Conditions changed that promoted such a great bite. If you catch over 20-30 largemouth bass on a fishing trip, you had an exceptional day on the water. Lake Toho, if you hit it right, can produce great fishing like this. Reach out to a local expert to get a more in-depth look at what the bite is doing for your expected visit date.
Tom and his family had a fantastic time fishing on Lake Toho. Captain Brent and John are both looking forward to their next adventure on the water!
Come Experience Kissimmee and Catch Yours Today…
You really never know what a day of fishing is going to hold for you. Every day proposes new conditions and feeding patterns. One thing is certain, the best time to come bass fishing in Florida is right around the corner. Don’t miss out on your next fishing and outdoor adventure right here in Kissimmee, FL. We hope that you get the chance to see why we love to go out fishing on a daily basis. See you on the water next time!
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