Lake Toho Bass Fishing

Lake Toho bass fishing has been doing very good despite the much warmer weather we have finally been enjoying. Several trips with live wild shiners has produced some good catches in Gobblets Cove as well as Friars Cove. The other day we had several big bass crush the baits only to come unbuttoned close to the boat, one did a last ditch effort dive under the boat to set herself free, and she was an easy 5 pounder. Pete as you can see on the newest video on my site listed in Bass Fishing Videos, was not going to be denied his big bass, as this gal just creamed his wild shiner.

Crankbaits have also been doing very good for us. Strike King Red Eye Shads have been catching some quality bass as well as some good numbers. Cotton Cordells have been very good all the way up in Gobblets Cove, especially around hydrilla. North end of the lake, all the way up by Neptune road saw some mid day schooling action, but of course they were just out of reach for us, and disappeared just as fast as they showed up.

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Fish Species: largemouth bass
Bait Used: live and artificial
Tackle Used: deep south fishing rods
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lake toho bass fishing
lake toho bass fishing

lake toho bass fishing
lake toho bass fishing

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About The Author: Captain Tim Fey

Company: Florida Bass Fishing Guides

Area Reporting: Central Florida

Bio: Florida Bass Fishing Guides' founder Captain Tim Fey has been fishing Central Florida lakes for over 15 years. Captain Tim Fey is a Licensed Captain with the US Coast Guard and an avid tournament angler. Captain Tim has published numerous articles on trophy bass fishing and is an advocate of C.P.R Catch, Photograph, and Release.

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