September Lake Toho Fishing
Are you looking for some of the BEST bass fishing in the state of Florida? Central Florida holds excellent fisheries that can show you an amazing time on the water. Every year, we see countless numbers of beautiful fish caught-and-released back into the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. Our local experts work hard at not only catching largemouth bass but making sure that on your next visit, you have a fish to catch. Hop on board for a September Lake Toho Fishing Charter that can provide enhancement to your Florida vacation.
Lake Toho is located in Kissimmee, FL, and is one amazing place to go bass fishing. All year long you can have a blast catching fish. Whether you want to throw live bait or artificial baits, we have you covered. Our local experts come equipped with everything you need to have a great day on the water. Make sure to ask questions and allow them to provide information on how to catch bigger bass in your hometown. You can apply some of the techniques used in Florida around the nation.
Here is an updated Lake Toho Bass Fishing Report out of Kissimmee, FL:
Capt Devin on Throw Again
Jared, his son Kayden, and their family friends Austin and Brandon came out to Lake Toho to go fishing. Florida bass fishing has been fantastic and they wanted to get out on the water. When traveling to Kissimmee, catching a largemouth bass should be at the top of the list. Captain Devin Dickerson had the pleasure of fishing with them on this quick 4-hour fishing charter.
Jared, Kayden, Austin, and Brandon met at Big Toho Marina on the north end of the lake. After that, they cruised to their first fishing spot. The action was red hot from the start with wild-caught live shiners. If you want to consistently catch fish along with potentially land a trophy, live bait is the way to go. These guys put some beautiful quality largemouth bass in the boat.
This group of guys caught over 25 largemouth bass with 5 of those fish in the 4-pound class. It was a great day for a summertime fishing trip. Even when the weather is hot, the fish still have to eat. All of the bass were caught fishing over the main lake hydrilla. This is the perfect structure for landing some nice fish, all year long.
Jared, Kayden, Austin, and Brandon had a great time fishing on Lake Toho. Captain Devin is looking forward to getting back out on the water with them again in the near future!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Steve Niemoeller had the pleasure of fishing with Arthur, Alla, and their 4 children. Something is just purely amazing and magical about the ability to get the whole family out on the lake catching Florida bass. They were traveling to Florida for the second time and wanted to switch things up.
The Demand for Capt Steve
After spending their last vacation at Disney World, getting out on Lake Toho was a change of scenery. They tried Deep Sea Fishing but that did not bear them any luck other than seasickness. As a result, they wanted to try out a Central Florida Pontoon Fishing Charter. Our pontoon trips are a great way to get everyone out on the water.
This trip was a major success. Arthur and his family enjoyed every moment catching bass. The biggest fish to the boat was caught by Alla weighing in at 5 pounds. Lake Toho Bass Fishing is red hot and will continue to get better. Captain Steve is looking forward to fishing with this wonderful family again in the near future!
If you are looking to spend a day on the water, Kissimmee is the destination for you. Nothing beats a nice boat ride as well as setting the hook into Florida largemouth bass. Our local experts will work hard at making sure they provide you with the experience you are after. Don’t be afraid to ask about the history of Kissimmee and Lake Toho on your next fishing adventure. Our guides come equipped with knowledge of all things outdoors here in Central FL. We hope to get the chance to spend some time with you on your next trip!
Come Experience Kissimmee and Catch Yours Today…
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