Guided Bass Trip on Lake Toho, Florida

On November 2nd and 3rd I had the priveledge of taking Bill Millwood and his son Billy on a guided bass fishing trip on famous Lake Toho south of Orlando. The season here is beginning to change from the hot summer conditions. We had cloudy and cooler weather both days.

The fishing was wonderful. Day one produced 13 bass with the largest weighing 6lbs 14 oz. Day two produced almost identical results with 15 bass with the largest weighing 7lbs 2 oz. What is most impressive about Lake Toho is the consistent quality of the fish along with their photogenic appearance which makes for some great photographs. These fish should also begin to put on more weight as we near the winter season and bigger fish become more common.

I highly recommend the use of wild golden shiners for best results as the water continues to cool. Artificial only trips can be productive on the right day if you are a seasoned angler.

For both a relaxing and productive day of bass fishing on legendary Lake Toho, be sure to check out my site at and give me call to book your trip.

Good fishin'

Captain Randy Yager

Fish Species: Largemouth Bass
Bait Used: Live Wild Shiners
Tackle Used: Heavy baitcasting
Method Used: Still fishing
Water Depth: 6 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Wind Direction: North
Wind Speed: 5-10 mph

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About The Author: Randy Yager

Company: Guided Bass Trips

Area Reporting: Black Lake and 1000 Islands, New York

Bio: Guided Bass Trips is a full time bass fishing guide service providing professional trips in the 1000 Islands Region of New York for both smallmouth and largemouth bass. All tackle is furnished. Big 20 foot center console bass boat accommodating up to 3 people plus the guide. Go to for more details.

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