My guided bass trips for the month of November have been producing good catches of largemouth ranging 3-7 lbs along the edges of the hydrilla in 6-8 feet of water. Most of my trips have produced 10-18 bass with typically 2-5 of the bass being in the 5-7 lb range. The bigger trophy bass are there and will begin to show up more regularly as the hydrilla begins to thin out.

Today, December 1, marked the beginning of the scheduled treatment of the hydrilla by the South Florida Water Management district. This will change the appearance of Lake Toho as many of the pronounced hydrilla edges will begin to dissappear. For bass fisherman, this can be a good thing as it may improve your odds of catching that trophy bass that might have been buried in the heavy vegetation It also provides more areas to fish and allows for different techniques to help you catch your trophy.

So if you are going to be in the Kissimmee area take a look at my site at and give me a call.

Good fishing,

Captain Randy Yager

Fish Species: Largemouth Bass
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Water Depth: 6-8'
Water Temperature: 65-70
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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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