Lake Tarpon, a fishing destination tucked away in West Florida just north of Tampa, FL. While traveling to the west coast of Florida and looking for some incredible bass fishing, be sure to check out this freshwater paradise. Enjoy bass fishing behind some beautiful homes, backwater canals, and open lake water. An abundance of vegetation and clean water has created the perfect ecosystem for big bass fishing. March Lake Tarpon Fishing is only the slightest indication of what is to come here in the next several months.
When it comes to bass fishing on Lake Tarpon, you really have to know where and how to approach it. Our local experts have years of experience and knowledge to help you catch quality largemouth bass all trip long. All our trips come fully-equipped to not only show you a great time but also get you on the fish of a lifetime. You can easily break your personal best when exploring Lake Tarpon.
We would love the opportunity to show you around this fantastic fishery. Captain Bill Goudy Jr. will work hard to provide the ultimate outdoor experience. Watch along and tune into this fishing report and action on the water!
Latest Lake Tarpon Bass Fishing Report with Local Expert and Captain Bill Goudy Jr:
First Trip of this Report:
“I had the pleasure of fishing with David on Lake Tarpon in Tarpon Springs, FL. He was traveling to west Florida from Philadelphia looking to escape the northeastern weather. While doing so, he wanted to explore what Florida bass fishing was all about.
As a result, he went out fishing on beautiful Lake Tarpon. The action was steady all trip long with several-quality largemouth bass in the boat. Key structures on this trip were hydrilla and Kissimmee grass around docks. Throwing wild-caught live shiners around these areas really helps stir up a good bite.
David caught over 15 largemouth bass on his quick morning fishing trip. The biggest bass caught was right around 4.5 pounds. He was excited to see the quality of fish that he did as you just don’t get the opportunity to land fish like that up north.
David had a great time on the water and is looking forward to getting back down here soon for more action!”
Second Trip of this Report:
“Anglers, travelers, and visitors from across the globe travel to Florida to search down some big Florida largemouth bass. Alan was no different! I had the pleasure of fishing with Alan, my new friend, who was traveling from Toronto, Canada.
While down here, Alan wanted to catch some Florida largemouth bass. We went out on Lake Tarpon and had a blast all day long catching fish after fish. Alan did not expect to land his personal best largemouth bass while here. This fish weighed in at just over 5 pounds. He also lost an even bigger fish around 7 pounds right by the boat.
Fishing can be fishing sometimes, but in those moments we get addicted to the endless possibilities of what will bite the end of the line next. Live bait was the most effective method to help Alan land some beautiful largemouth bass on this fishing trip.
Cloudy but calm conditions made for a great day on the water. It was a really good experience to fish with Alan. He was a great guy to fish with and I am looking forward to getting back out on the water again soon!”
Final Trip of this Report and Video:
“Being a father and a family man, some of my favorite trips are the ones that I have father-and-son duos on the boat. I had the ultimate pleasure of fishing with Josh and his six-year-old son Ryan. They were traveling from Ohio and love bass fishing. While here in Tarpon Springs, we adventured out on Lake Tarpon and had a trip they will never forget!
This trip was post-frontal conditions which had it windier than expected. Fortunately enough, I had several spots that have been producing and knew they would continue to. When we pulled up to the first spot, the action was red hot from the first cast to the last.
The young angler Ryan caught his personal best rather quickly weighing in at 4 pounds 4 ounces. Shortly after that catch Dad, Josh landed his personal best largemouth bass weighing in at 7 pounds 4 ounces. After picking away at several other fish, it started to slow down.
It was nice to show Josh and Ryan around the lake further. We pulled up on another spot, where they were bedding and caught several more quality largemouth bass. It was a solid day of catching numbers of bass in the 2-4 pound range keeping everyone on board excited.
Josh and Ryan had an amazing experience on Lake Tarpon. They are looking to come back and explore the waters again with the whole family. I am looking forward to showing them around in the near future!” – Captain Bill Goudy Jr
Freshwater bass fishing on Lake Tarpon is a great way to experience the outdoors. Fresh air and non-stop fishing action will have you addicted and looking to come back for more. This beautiful fishery is home to some exceptional bass fishing you can experience all year long. Trips are booking up fast and now is the time to land that personal best you are after.
We hope that you get the chance to see what March Lake Tarpon Fishing can do for you. Our local experts, especially Captain Bill Goudy Jr., will work hard to show you one amazing time on the water. See you on the water next time!
When it comes to Central Florida bass fishing, your options are endless. This destination is filled with lakes to explore whether by land or by boat. Several fisheries hold some exceptional bass fishing you can experience almost all year long. During this update, you will get an inside look into a hidden premier bass fishing lake, not many anglers travel to. We hope you enjoy this February Kenansville Bass Fishing Report to show you what you can explore and catch right here in Central Florida.
Kenansville Lake is tucked away near the east coast of Central Florida. Within a short drive of Kissimmee or Orlando, you can explore some of the BEST fishing this state has to offer. After driving down a long dirt road, you will arrive at a remote fishery known for its trophy largemouth bass. Getting outdoors and unwinding is the true highlight of our fishing trips on Kenansville Lake.
The bass fishing is red hot right now and will continue to get better. Stable weather, proper moon phases, and the right water temperatures will create the magical recipe for landing some giant largemouth bass. If catching a trophy largemouth is not your goal, this lake will not only provide a great outdoor experience but you will stay active catching numbers of fish all trip long.
The most essential part to all of our fishing trips is the local expert. Years of experience and knowledge allow them to get you right on the fish. Instead of struggling to find fish, preparing your own tackle, wondering if you have the right tackle, just hop on board and let our local experts handle everything for you. We hope that we get the chance to show you around this beautiful destination in the near future!
Check out this Central Florida Fishing Update that will get you excited to get out on the water:
“I had the pleasure of fishing with Victor Moore and his daughter and son. This family was traveling from Chickamauga, Georgia looking to spend some time on the water. Due to windy conditions, the bite was slower than normal but that did not stop the action throughout the whole trip. It is always good to be thrown different conditions to allow for adjustments and to help dial me in.
Victor and his family were super excited to get out on Kenansville Lake. After finding the right areas, they started putting some quality fish in the boat. Wild-caught live shiners were the most effective bait of choice on this fishing trip.
On almost every lake here in Florida, submerged hydrilla is a prime feeding and staging ground for largemouth bass. Most of the fish on this trip were taken over hydrilla with live bait. Victor and his family caught over 15 largemouth bass on their fishing trip with some quality bass in the boat. The biggest fish weighed in at right around 6 pounds. They also caught several-quality fish weighing between 3-4 pounds.
It was a great day of family bonding along with some fantastic fishing. I am surely looking forward to fishing with this family again in the near future!”
Second trip of this report:
This report is a true testament to the productivity of a bass fishery even when the conditions are not ideal. A cold front, which happens during the winter months here in Florida struck, and as a result, this happened!
“Cold fronts can be a double-edged sword for bass fishing. It can really shut down a fishery but it also can provide windows of strong feeding when the sun is shining and warm. I had the pleasure of fishing with repeat clients of mine, Dave and Bryan. We fished two days in a row and had a blast on every trip.
They were traveling from Fort Myers, Florida looking to cash in on some largemouth bass on Kenansville Lake. The fishing was slower than normal due to a cold front that moved in as well as some high winds. Two sunny days saved our fishing trip along with finding some clean water.
Once we found clean water and some key pockets, Dave and Bryan started landing some quality largemouth bass. Over the course of two days, these guys caught over 45 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. They even caught a trophy largemouth bass during their trip weighing in at 8.04 pounds. Some solid fish in the 7-pound range also made it to the boat.
Kenansville Lake showed its true colors on this fishing trip and I could not have been more ecstatic for Dave and Bryan. They had a fantastic time and I am looking forward to getting them back out on the water in the near future!” – Captain Brent Nelson
Now is the time to plan that bass fishing vacation to Central Florida. The Florida sunshine will draw you here and the bass fishing will keep you here. All across the state, you can cash in on some incredible fishing for trophies and quality largemouth bass. Our local experts work hard to show you a great time and will help you experience a fishing trip of a lifetime!
The bass fishing in March especially here in Central Florida should be fantastic. We hope to get the chance to fish with you on your next vacation to Central Florida!
The end of February is fastly approaching. As travelers are flocking to Central Florida to escape the colder weather at home, the bass fishing is heating up. The month of March will be a fantastic month to catch the fish of a lifetime. Cooler weather and water temperature brings about a very important time of year for our ecosystem. Every year, for several months, the Florida bass spawn occurs, which provides the perfect opportunity to catch-and-release that trophy largemouth bass you dream of. Tune into this March Toho Fishing Forecast for Florida largemouth bass from our local experts.
Not only does this time of year bring about some beautiful weather to enjoy the outdoors, but perfect conditions for big bass fishing. When traveling to Central Florida though, plan for unpredictable weather. Even though overall, it will be beautiful, you can experience some cooler weather in the mix. When cold fronts and spells hit across the United States, Florida also feels it as well.
Several nights of cool temperatures bring the water temperature to the perfect temperature to get the male and female bass to spawn. A mix of the right conditions and the proper moon phase can really cause some of the BEST bass fishing this state has to offer in March. Whether you want to throw artificial or live bait, you can capitalize on this time of year on your next vacation.
Lake Toho Bass Fishing located conveniently in the city of Kissimmee, Florida will be the perfect fishing destination for all ages and anglers’ experiences. Our local experts have years of experience and knowledge to help you land that bass of a lifetime. Book your charter in advance as the dates are filling up fast for March!
Check out this March Toho Fishing Forecast with our Local Experts and Professionals:
Fishing with Captain John Leech
“Lake Toho is my home lake and waters. It is a lake I have been fishing for many years now. This trip I am about to share with you is one of the books. The bass were biting and is an indication of how the fishing is going to be in the next several weeks.
I had the pleasure of fishing with John and his daughter Nikki. They were traveling from New York looking to enjoy Florida outdoors. While doing so, Lake Toho fishing was on the menu and it sure showed up for them. It was one of the best days of fishing I’ve had in a long time.
Some days you can go out on the water and crush the bass on artificial baits when they are schooling. This time of year though calls for live bait. John and Nicki landed over 30 largemouth bass on their fishing trip with some giant fish in the mix.
Nicki caught most of the fish. The biggest fish of the trip weighed in at 7 pounds with a 6.5, 6, 5 and several other quality bass in the 3-4 pound range caught. It was a blast to watch this young girl and her father have such a great time reeling in fish.
I am looking forward to fishing with Nicki and John again on their next trip from New York!” – Capt John Leech
Fishing with Captain Steve Niemoeller
“I had the pleasure of fishing with Bob, and his two young boys Bobby and Xavier. They were 12 and 9 years of age. I think I can speak for all my fellow captains, it is trips like these that get us the most excited. It brings us back to when we were younger and got to enjoy a day on the water with our father.
Bob and his boys were traveling from New Hampshire. Instead of going to all the theme parks this year, they wanted to go out bass fishing on Lake Toho. Even with windy conditions, we made it happen for them.
Wild-caught live shiners were the most effective method to put bass in the boat on this fishing trip. One of the best parts was watching Bobby and Xavier catch bass all trip long. They love to bass fish back home and just had to see what Florida Bass Fishing could produce for them.
The biggest fish caught on this trip weighed in at 3.5 pounds. They also caught several bass in the 2-3 pound range with no trophies caught. It was a fun day by all!
I am looking forward to our next trip. For all your freshwater fishing needs, contact us here at Bass Online and we will be glad to help!” – Captain Steve Niemoeller
Fishing with Captain Brent Nelson
Captain Brent got the chance to fish a double on this day that really captured how the fishing will be in the upcoming weeks.
“I had the pleasure of fishing with Jeff, Noah, and Darrel Black on a Lake Toho Bass Fishing Charter out of Kissimmee. They were traveling from Canada looking to cash in on some bass fishing here in Florida. This was a morning fishing trip with wild-caught live shiners, making for a fantastic day on the water.
The most productive structure to fish almost all-year-round in Central Florida is submerged Hydrilla. When you can find quality grass around Hydrilla, it is an even better combo. Slight winds made for a strong bite in the morning and once it stopped, the bite slowed down.
Jeff, Noah, and Darrel caught over 35 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. The biggest fish weighed in at 5.5 pounds with several truly quality fish in the mix! They had a great time fishing on Lake Toho and are looking forward to getting back down here soon!
I am looking forward to our next bass fishing adventure.”
Within hours of the last trip, Captain Brent was back out on Lake Toho with a new set of clients looking to catch some bass!
“Right after fishing with my last clients, I was back out on the water. This time, I had the pleasure of fishing with India, Andrew, and Mom. They were traveling from Minnesota looking to explore what Kissimmee, FL had to offer them.
They were new to fishing with live bait, especially wild-caught live shiners. Once I dialed them in on how to catch bass with shiners, they had a blast. The bite was slower than the morning time but they still managed to land over 25 largemouth bass.
Andrew came in strong with the biggest bass weighing close to 5 pounds. The shiners were fished around backwater areas near Kissimmee grass and spatterdock lily pads. These areas were prime for catching numbers of bass all trip long.
India, Andrew, and Mom all had a really great time fishing on Lake Toho. I am looking forward to fishing with them again soon!” – Captain Brent Nelson
Fishing with Captain Devin Dickerson
Every now and then, Lake Toho really shows it’s true colors. This trip to come is one of the main reasons you come explore what Florida Bass Fishing has to offer, cause you just never know what you will catch. Also, this report is a highlight of our March Toho Fishing forecast!
“I had the pleasure of fishing with the Lindsey Family. They were traveling from Upstate New York looking to soak in some Florida sunshine. While doing so, bass fishing was one of the outdoor experiences they had to try. On their first day of fishing, they had such a great time on the water that they immediately booked another trip.
It was on the second trip that the true magic happened. As we always recommend, live bait is the most successful method to catch largemouth bass here in Florida. The Lindsey Family went out on Lake Toho on the pontoon fishing vessel looking to see what they could catch the second time.
Lake Toho woke up for them and showed them a fantastic trip they will never forget. Everyone on board had their share of catching some quality largemouth bass but two of the family members cashed in on GIANT TROPHY bass. These fish weighed in at 9.5 pounds and 8.8 pounds. It is not every day that you catch two big bass like this in one trip.
Sunny and beautiful weather only made this trip complete. It was one that this family will never forget and I am forever grateful to have the opportunity to show them such a great time on the water. I am most certainly looking forward to fishing with them again in the near future!” – Capt Devin Dickerson
Fishing with Captain Bill Goudy Jr on Lake Toho
“Lake Toho has been on fire lately and all of our team captains have been catching some big bass. It is a testament of what is to come in the near future!
I had the pleasure of fishing two trips with Gary and his friend Greg. While traveling from Washington D.C, Gary did not expect to experience what he did. Greg is a Florida local that loves to get outdoors. When his friend Gary was visiting, they wanted to explore Lake Toho in Kissimmee, FL.
I had the honor of getting a chance to fish with them for two days. One was a morning trip and the other was an afternoon fishing trip. Both trips were absolutely fantastic and productive for catching largemouth bass.
On their first fishing trip out on the water, Gary caught the biggest bass of his life. It weighed in at 9 pounds even. Wild-caught live shiners were the most effective method to catch bass on both fishing trips. Submerged grass on the main lake was the most productive for landing some quality bass.
On the afternoon fishing trip, they had 7 fish in the boat in their first two hours. Two of those fish were 5-pounds or better. The rest of the fish caught on this trip weighed in the 3-4 pound class range.
Windy conditions on the second trip made it more difficult to fish some of the prime spots we had the opportunity to fish on the first day. One thing I do know for sure is that they will be back for more of this insane action on Lake Toho.
March is going to be an action-packed month for landing largemouth bass here in Central Florida. Kissimmee is filled with exceptional things to do with bass fishing a highlight. Now is your time to book that dream bass fishing trip on one of the BEST lakes in Florida. Our local experts have some big fish located and will continue to find more as the month rolls on.
We hope to have the opportunity to get out on the water with you and help you land that personal best. This March Toho Fishing Forecast really showcased some exceptional fishing and you can most certainly get the chance to experience it. See you on the water next time!
The Winter Haven Chain of Lakes is an intricate fishery known for its exceptional bass fishing. Every trip is a true adventure as you meander through the lake and canal systems in search of quality largemouth bass. Largemouth bass fishing in Central Florida is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy a day on the water. Bring your families and friends out for a fishing adventure you will surely not forget. February Winter Haven Fishing has been fantastic and a must experience when looking to explore more of what Florida has to offer.
February is an interesting time to come fishing here in Florida. Cold fronts and warm weather has the fish in all different stages. During this month, you can witness fish pulling up to the shallows to start one of their many spawns. Male fish get the beds ready for the larger females to pull up on. Cold fronts that roll in will affect the spawning process.
One of the most important aspects to have a successful day of fishing on the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes is a local expert. Captain Bill Goudy Jr. can show you around this beautiful chain of lakes getting you on quality bass all trip long. Enjoy reeling in fish around some big waterfront homes. This place will amaze you with the endless exploring you can do.
Check out this February Winter Haven Fishing Report:
“Cold fronts made the fishing tougher than normal on this trip. Luckily, I was able to adjust some tactics to make it happen. One of the best parts about being a fishing captain is the challenges you have to face on a daily basis. When you overcome them, you have the greatest joy!
I had the pleasure of fishing with Jose, who was traveling from Illinois on vacation. While doing so, Florida bass fishing was an activity he was interested in exploring. Staying near Lakeland, he had several choices but the Winter Haven Chain was one that appealed to him the most.
The bite may have been slower than normal but we caught several quality largemouth bass. Jose caught over 10 largemouth on this fishing trip with the biggest weighing in at 5 pounds. It happened to be his personal best. Nothing like fishing in tough conditions and still pulling out a personal best. It was a trip he would not forget!
Sunny, Calm, and Breezy conditions did help stir up some activity for Jose. Wild-caught shiners were the most effective method to land bass on this tough day. Jose will be back for more action and I am looking forward to getting him back out on the water!”
It was not long after this fishing trip that the conditions changed and some bigger bass started to roll in!
“This trip, I had the pleasure of fishing with Tom, who was traveling from Pennsylvania. He was looking to escape the cold weather and soak up some Florida sun. While doing so, I helped him get on some quality Florida largemouth bass on the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes.
Sunny and calm fishing conditions really got the bass fired up. Tom enjoyed every moment reeling in over 10 largemouth bass on his quick fishing trip. Wild-caught live shiners was yet again the best method to land all his fish during this time of year. If you want to catch quality largemouth bass, live bait is the best way to do so.
Tom caught his personal best bass on this fishing trip. This weighed in at 6 pounds. He also caught a beautiful 5-pound bass as well. You really can’t beat the action and it is only going to continue to get better. Big bass are rolling in as the weather begins to stabilize.
Tom had a fantastic time exploring the Winter Haven Chain. I am looking forward to the opportunity to get him back out on the water!” – Captain Bill Goudy Jr.
Now is the time to explore the Winter Haven Chain of Lakes. It is a beautiful fishery that can provide you the ultimate outdoor experience. Every trip is unique and can show you a fantastic time. If you are looking to get your family addicted to fishing, this is a great location for you.
Our local experts, especially Captain Bill, are a great option to show you around why we love this fishery. We hope to get the chance at getting you out on the water on your next Central Florida vacation!
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Lake Okeechobee is one of the most infamous lakes to explore when it comes to bass fishing. Being the largest lake in Florida, you never know what you will catch and the size of that catch. Lake Okeechobee bass fishing is a highlight of what you can experience when traveling to Florida. Be sure to invite the whole family out for an action-packed day on the water. Enjoy this Current February Okeechobee Report with our local experts and professional fishing captains.
One of the most important aspects of fishing Lake Okeechobee is getting out with a local expert. Whether you plan to visit Okeechobee, Clewiston, or Belle Glade, every location can pose endless waters to fish. Understanding and having knowledge of these waters is critical to your success on your fishing trip. Our local experts have spent years determining the best techniques and areas to fish.
When fishing Lake Okeechobee, you can use either artificial baits or live bait. If you are searching down a giant or trophy largemouth bass, live bait is the way to go. When looking to have a lot of rod bending fun, be sure to ask to throw artificial baits. Each captain and trip comes fully equipped with artificial baits.
Check out how the fishing has been in this Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing Update:
Fishing with Captain Mark Shepard out of Clewiston, FL:
“Every day that I get to share my passion with a client is special. This trip was a very special one because I got to spend and have the honor to fish with a wonderful family. I had the pleasure of fishing with Jerry and his two sons Ian and Jeremiah. They were 11 and 14 years old and came out to explore Lake Okeechobee out of Clewiston, FL.
Being Florida natives, they wanted to get out on the water and see what Lake Okeechobee can do. Rainy, overcast skies, and funky weather made the fishing conditions quite interesting. Even with these factors, bass fishing was active.
No giants made it to the boat but a lot of quality males were caught. All the action was caught on light tackle and artificial baits. I was impressed with how well these young men were able to cast and fish. There was a lot of quality bass in the 3-4 pound range
Everyone on board had a fantastic time on the water. Jerry made memories that he will never forget. I am looking forward to landing more quality bass with this wonderful family next time!” – Captain Mark Shepard
Fishing with Captain Mark Rogers out of Okeechobee City, Florida:
“Okeechobee City, FL is a beautiful place to explore and visit. It is one of the largest towns surrounding Lake Okeechobee. As a result, you can find a comfortable place to stay before your fishing adventure. Fishing out of Okeechobee City is much different than all the other destinations. From the structure to the scenery, it provides you a whole different feel.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Rich and his Father. They were traveling from Massachusetts looking to cash in on some bass fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Calm winds allowed for a beautiful morning of fishing. Before finding our spot to set up, I showed them around this amazing fishery.
We anchored up and started catching bass right away. We did not come across any giant fish but the action was steady all trip long. Cool water temperatures made the bite slower than normal but that did not stop the bass from being caught.
Rich and his father caught over 15 largemouth bass on their fishing trip. The biggest bass weighed in at 4.5 pounds. Several other fish in the 2-pound range were caught as well. They both enjoyed spending time together while catching Florida largemouth bass.
I am looking forward to getting the opportunity to fish with this Father and Son duo again in the near future!” – Captain Mark Rogers
Fishing with Captain Joe Gruny out of Okeechobee City, Florida:
“Some of my favorite trips are the ones that I get to show the client Lake Okeechobee or any fishery for the first time. Lake Okeechobee especially is one that is exceptionally beautiful to show the clients around. Every year and every month this lake changes making it exciting for the clients to explore.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Edward and his three sons during this current February Okeechobee report. They were traveling from North Carolina on vacation and wanted to get out fishing. This was their first time getting out on Lake Okeechobee. They were in search of some big bass but unfortunately, it just was not their day to land one.
Family fishing is not about catching big bass but about spending quality time with each other. We pulled up on this one reed head and spent most of our time catching fish after fish from it. Edward and their sons caught over 15 largemouth bass and landed 4 nice catfish. All the action made for a successful day on the water with the biggest bass weighing over 3 pounds.
I had a blast fishing with Edward and his family and I am looking forward to having the opportunity to do it again!” – Captain Joe Gruny
Fishing with Captain Mark Rose out of Belle Glade, Florida:
“The Full Moon was in full effect on this fishing trip. Big girls were moving into the shallows and my clients got on some super quality largemouth bass in their quick 4-hour fishing trip. Some trips you catch large numbers and others, the numbers are low but the quality is high.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Paul and Susan who were traveling from West Palm Beach. It is always a blast to get out on the water with Florida natives that know what this time of year and conditions can bring. The proper moon phase and beautiful weather was the perfect recipe for landing some big bass!
Paul and Susan explore Lake Okeechobee out of Belle Glade, Florida, which is the closest location to Palm Beach, Florida. Utilizing wild-caught live shiners, they had the luxury of landing over 10 largemouth bass. Paul and Susan caught two largemouth bass weighing in at 5 and 6 pounds.
What a day on the water for both of them and they are most certainly looking forward to coming back to get on even more bass in the future!” – Captain Mark Rose
Whether you are looking for larger bass or quality numbers, Lake Okeechobee is a wonderful destination to visit. Words can’t describe how beautiful this fishery actually is. From the moment you step aboard to the time you get off, your senses will open up. Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing is a must experience for all those that love the great outdoors.
Our local experts and guides would love the opportunity to show you around all the locations you can fish at. They get excited when new anglers and travelers hop on board. You never know what you will get the chance to experience and see when embarking on a Lake Okeechobee adventure!
We hope to see you on the water next time!
Current February Okeechobee Report Locations & Trips:
When you are traveling to Florida, getting outdoors is a must. Every chance you can get, be sure to explore all that this beautiful state has to offer. Florida is consumed with exceptional things to do, especially largemouth bass fishing on Lake Toho in Kissimmee, Florida. Many travelers overlook the impact fishing can have on their vacation but it is a highlight for all those that climb aboard. Enjoy this February fishing Lake Toho update to see what you can get yourself into.
Lake Toho Bass Fishing is starting to get red hot. Bigger female and spawning bass have been coming into the shallow waters. Now is most certainly the time to come land that trophy largemouth bass that you are after. Whether largemouth bass, speck or crappie, and alligator gar, you can have a blast reeling in fish all day long.
Our local experts are beyond professional and knowledgeable of bass fishing in these areas. You never know what you will get yourself into when looking to explore Central Florida. Lake Toho is one fantastic place to experience and to bring your whole family on a trip they will never forget!
Check out this February Lake Toho Update with our local experts:
Fishing with Captain John Leech
“I had the pleasure of fishing with Mike and his son-in-law Cody. They were traveling from West Virginia and wanted to catch some Florida bass. There is no better way to spend a day outdoors than getting out on Lake Toho. Kissimmee, FL is a beautiful place with a lot to offer.
We headed out to several different spots on the main lake. Mike and Cody put a smackdown on the largemouth bass. Wild-caught live shiners were the most successful technique in catching largemouth on this fishing trip. It was not long before they ran out of bait.
The biggest fish caught on this trip weighed over 5 pounds. They had a great time catching fish all trip long. There is nothing like family time on the water and getting the chance to bond with loved ones.
I am looking forward to fishing with Mike and Cody again soon!” – Capt John Leech
Fishing with Captain Steve Niemoeller
“Lake Toho located in Kissimmee, FL is starting to ramp up. This is one of my favorite fisheries to show travelers a great time. I had the pleasure of fishing with Steve and Terry who were traveling from Northern Indiana to Central Florida. While doing so, Lake Toho Bass Fishing on the pontoon boat was a must.
Whether you have two anglers or have six anglers, you can enjoy the pontoon boat. Space and comfortability is what draws anglers to it. Bass fishing and crappie fishing are easily accessible on this fishing vessel. This time of year, bass fishing is most certainly the way to go.
Steve and Terry booked two days of fishing on Lake Toho. The fishing conditions were windy at times but overall it was two exceptional days on the water. Live bait was the most successful method to catch largemouth bass on this fishing trip.
These gentlemen caught over 25 bass on their first day and over 35 bass on their second day. You truly can’t beat that action when coming to Florida. On the last day, they caught a fish to break the scales with. It weighed in at 8.3 pounds, which they put into the Florida trophy catch with.
Everyone had a blast on these fishing trips and you just never truly know what these lakes will produce. I am looking forward to getting these gentlemen back out on the lake as soon as possible!” – Captain Steve Niemoeller
Fishing with Captain Brent Nelson
“Cold fronts can most certainly slow the fishing down quite a bit. Throughout these winter months, you will periodically have some cooler weather. One thing about being out on the water on a daily basis, I have learned to have the ability to adjust.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Bryan, who was traveling from Texas. He was coming down to explore what the waters of Lake Toho had to offer. Fishing may have been slow due to windy, cloudy, and cool temperatures but we did manage to land numbers of largemouth bass.
Fishing wild-caught live shiners over submerged hydrilla around Kissimmee grass on the main lake produced an exceptional bite. Bryan caught over 23 largemouth bass on this fishing trip weighing up to 5 pounds.
He also caught a 5-foot gar that added some excitement to his fishing trip. Even with the conditions the way there were, Bryan had a fantastic time catching fish all trip long.
I am looking forward to getting him back out on the water again soon!” – Captain Devin Dickerson
We hope that you get the chance to come fish on Lake Toho. The natural essence and beauty of this place will captivate you. Big bass and endless action will keep you entertained all trip long. If you have any questions, we are always here to help. Look forward to getting you out on the water next time!
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