Post Thanksgiving Fishing Report
Thanksgiving is a great time to visit family here in Florida. While doing so, getting out on the water is a fantastic way to enhance your experience. The cooler weather has been getting the bass fired up. Freshwater fishing is on the rise here in Florida, and now is the time to go explore. Enjoy this post-thanksgiving fishing report for Central Florida bass!
Central Florida has an abundance of freshwater lakes. During this time of the year, these fisheries are in transition. Water temperatures are changing, getting the bass ready for spawning. In the next several months, larger fish will continue to be caught.
When it comes to bass fishing in Florida, our local experts are the way to go. Years of experience have allowed them to get you on the fish faster. Bring your whole family along for a great time on the water. Our guides will pass on their knowledge to help put some beautiful fish in the boat.
Check out this Lake Toho Bass Fishing Report with Captain Brent Nelson:
Meet Ryan and Alex; they were traveling from Topeka, Kansas looking to vacation in Central Florida. While doing so, Florida bass fishing was on their mind. As a result, they set up a Lake Toho bass fishing charter.
Captain Brent Nelson had the pleasure of taking them out on the water. They had a fantastic fishing trip. Alex wanted to throw artificial baits, while Ryan, dad, was content fishing with shiners. Either way, everyone on board caught number of bass on this fishing trip.
Alex enjoyed catching largemouth on a variety of artificial baits. The most productive were swim jigs, Carolina rigs, and Senko. Focusing on submerged sparse hydrilla was the best bet at putting fish in the boat. Even Ryan had some fun catching fish on a Senko.
After spending some time with artificial bait, they switched to live bait. They got into a school of fish when the sun started to go down. It was non-stop, and the action was amazing. Every cast yielded a quality largemouth bass.
Unfortunately, they did have several nice bites in the mix, but the fish did not eat the bait correctly. As a result, the fish never made it to the boat. All-in-all, they caught several largemouth bass in the 3.5-4 pound range with over 35 fish total.
Ryan and Alex had a fantastic time on the water. Captain Brent is looking forward to seeing them back again in the near future!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Mike and Matt explored what Lake Toho Bass Fishing had to offer. They were traveling from Canada looking to get out on the water and catch some Florida bass. Captain Brent had the pleasure of fishing with these guys.
Lake Toho has been producing some excellent fishing this time of year. Artificial baits and live baits were both very effective. Mike and Matt caught bass all trip long over submerged grass beds.
As always, when looking for larger Florida bass, wild-caught live shiners are the best method to go. Mike and Matt caught their best largemouth bass, with fish over 4 pounds on this fishing trip.
No big giants were caught on these trips, but you can tell the fishing is about to get good. Mike and Matt enjoyed catching over 15 largemouths on their journey. Why the lake does not have Striped bass the largemouth bass, and crappie fishing is some of the best in the country.
Captain Brent is looking forward to getting back out on the water soon!
Come Experience Kissimmee and Catch Yours Today…
Lake Toho in Kissimmee, FL, is one of the best lakes in Central Florida to explore. All year long, you can get on some nice fish. Significant grass structures and water conditions promote exceptional fishing. You never know what your next cast will produce for you.
We hope to get the chance to fish with you next time you visit Central Florida!
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